Basil sweet ct. linalool essential oil

Botanical name:  Ocimum basilicum ct. linalool

Botanical family: Lamiaceae

Plant part: Flowers, leaves

Aroma: Herbaceous, sweet.

Evaporation note:  Top

Extraction method: Steam distilled

Cultivation method: Organic

Country of origin: Nepal

Main chemical families:  Monoterpenols

Some properties mentioned by Worwood are: antibacterial, antidepressant, anti-infectious, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, nervine, restorative, tonic.

Worwood, V. A. (2016). In The Complete Book of Essential Oils and aromatherapy, revised and expanded: Over 800 natural, nontoxic, and fragrant recipes to create health, beauty, and (p. 535). essay, New World Library.

Benefits: Emotionally and mentally uplifting. Assists concentration and spiritual transition.

“Basil helps us discover our spiritual purpose. It strengthens us as we seek for it and helps us identify it. It invigorates and uplifts our minds to promote clarity and understanding. It also helps us to feel secure during those times of change, when our spiritual journey is shifting, and we transition to another stage.”

Keim, J., Bull, R., & 19. (2016). In Aromatherapy anointing oils: Spiritual blessings, ceremonies & affirmations (pp. 19–20). essay, Joni Keim & Ruah Bull.

Chakras: Throat

Safety and contraindications: No known safety concerns. However, it can cause skin sensitization if oxidized.

Warning: Always dilute essential oils with a carrier oil before applying topically. Do not apply internally or ingest any essential oil. Keep away from children. Store in a cool place and away from direct light.

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