Basil Organic Essential Oil

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In aromatherapy, basil essential oil has one of the most useful properties needed to treat ailments. Native to the Asian regions, mainly from India, basil was introduced later in Europe where people experienced its effectiveness in combating digestive disorders. And that is why you should turn to it in case of gastroenteritis, digestive bloating and other digestive problems. With its anti-inflammatory actions, it helps alleviate articulation problems and supports functional fluidity of men and women’s lower abdomen.

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  • Botanical Name: Ocimume basilicum var. basilicum
  • Botanical Family: Lamiacée
  • Country of Origin: Indes
  • Plant Part: Sommité fleurie
  • Size: 10 ml

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  • Basil essential oil is a must-have to fight digestive problems. When used in a massage, it helps relieve colitis, bloating and gas or digestive spasms. For internal application, it reduces nausea (motion sickness), wards off digestive infections and improves intestinal transit fluidity. Note that a therapist’s advice is paramount prior to use.
  • This essential oil is also known for its respiratory benefits and is effective against spasmophilia or asthma. If you feel like using it in olfaction or in dermal application, just dilute it with carrier oil and massage along the vertebral column. With its anti-inflammatory actions, it helps relieve muscle and joint pain; it also combats rheumatism and arthritis by applying the diluted oil to the affected zone or by gently massaging it. May we remind you that basil EO is one of the most recommended ENT anti-allergic essences by professional therapists.
  • Apart from that, basil essential oil is effective against uro-genital problems, painful periods and amenorrhea or urinary tract infections. You can also use it to get rid of sleep disorders, anxiety, stress, nervousness and psychological overwork.