Name: Ocimum basilicum ct. Linalool
Country of Origin: Egypt
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Distillation Date: Jun 2018
Minimum Shelf Life: 5 years
Plant Part: Fresh Leaves
Perfume Note: Top/Middle
Aroma: Clear, sweet, fresh hint of spice
Blends well with: Bergamot, Black Pepper, Clary Sage, Cedarwood, Eucalyptus, Coriander, Cypress, Fir Needle Siberian, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Lime, Marjoram, Frankincense, Orange, Oregano, Palmarosa, Rosemary, Sage Dalmatian, Tea Tree
Basil Sweet ct linalool essential oil is renowned as an excellent aromatic stimulant, is clearing for the head and brings strength and clarity to the mind. Basil essential oil is also a good toning refresher for the skin, restorative for the nerves, aid for concentration, insect repellant, prevents vomiting, and soothes itching. Basil essential oil has a beneficial action on the respiratory tract and is often used for asthma, bronchitis and sinus infections or to help with concentration. Basil oil is a good tonic for the treatment of nervous disorders and stress related headaches and migraines.
Top Tip: Keep pure basil essential oil in the car and if tired use a few drops on tissue or hanging air freshener. Use basil in an oil warmer when studying, revising or working.
Aromatherapy use: adrenal tonic, alopecia, amenorrhea, anxiety, bronchitis, colds, colitis, cough, depression, dysmenorrhea, dyspepsia, earache, fatigue, fever, flatulence, flu, fluid retention, gout, hemorrhoids, herpes, insect bites, insect stings, insomnia, memory problems, menstrual cramps, migraine, muscle aches, nausea, PMS, rhinitis, shingles, sinusitis, skin abrasions
General use: Oil diffusers, potpourri, blending massage oil, perfume, bath oil, bath salt, bath and shower gels, spa treatment oils and creams, soap making, candle making
Contraindications: Basil pure essential oil causes sensitization in some individuals. Do not use if pregnant or breast feeding. Not for use by those with epilepsy or estrogen-related cancers.