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Basil, Sweet, Linalool (organic)

Basil, Sweet, Linalool (organic)

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Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum L.
  • Cultivation: certified organic
  • Certification: EcoControl
  • Origin: Egypt
  • Manufacturing Method: distilled
  • Part of Plant: Blossom/Plant
  • Main Chemotypes: Linalool, Eugenol, alpha-Terpineol, Geraniol, beta-Caryophyllene
  • INCI: Basil Oil, sweet
  • Article No. 1120-10
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Product Description: Sweet Basil Essential Oil

Introducing our premium quality Sweet Basil essential oil, also known as organic Basil sweet oil. Botanically known as Ocimum basilicum L., this essential oil is carefully cultivated using certified organic methods in Egypt.

Our Sweet Basil oil is extracted through steam distillation, which ensures that the natural properties and aroma of the plant are preserved in the final product. This results in essential oil with a sweet, herbaceous scent with notes of licorice and mint.

Certified organic by a reputable third-party organization, our Sweet Basil essential oil is 100% pure and all-natural. It is a versatile oil that can be used in a variety of ways, from aromatherapy and massage to skincare and hair care products.

With its uplifting and energizing properties, this organic Basil sweet oil is the perfect addition to your daily self-care routine. So, why not experience the benefits of this amazing essential oil for yourself and enjoy the sweet and refreshing aroma?

About the Plant

Basil, Sweet (Ocimum basilicum L.) is a beloved herb in the mint family that has been cultivated and used for centuries in various cultures around the world. Originally native to India and other parts of Asia, this aromatic plant is now widely grown and used in many different cuisines and for medicinal and spiritual purposes.

Traditionally, Sweet Basil has been used in various cultures as a natural remedy for a variety of ailments. For example, in Ayurvedic medicine, Sweet Basil is used to treat digestive issues, respiratory problems, and skin conditions. It is also considered to have a calming effect on the mind and is used to relieve stress and anxiety.

In traditional Chinese medicine, Sweet Basil stimulates the appetite, promotes digestion, and reduces inflammation. In Europe, it has been used to treat headaches and menstrual cramps and as an insect repellent. In addition, Sweet Basil has been used as a natural remedy for coughs, colds, and fever.

Apart from its medicinal uses, it is also a popular culinary herb that is used to flavor a wide range of dishes, from Italian pasta sauces and pesto to Thai curries and Vietnamese salads. The fresh leaves can also be added to salads and sandwiches for a fresh, herbaceous flavor.

Basil is also considered spiritual and cultural significance in some cultures. In Hinduism, it is associated with the goddess Tulsi and is considered a sacred herb. In some cultures, it is also used in religious ceremonies and rituals.

Overall, the Basil Sweet plant has a rich history and tradition of use, with a wide range of benefits for the body and mind. Whether used in cooking, aromatherapy, or traditional medicine, this versatile plant continues to be cherished and valued by many around the world.

General Information: Keep away from heat and sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.