Basil sweet ct linalol Essential Oil

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Fresh, spicy-sweet, green, licorice-like aroma. Treats insect bites (mosquito, wasp), gout, muscular aches and pains, rheumatism, bronchitis, coughs, earache, sinusitis, dyspepsia, flatulence, nausea, cramps, irregular periods, colds, fever, flu and infectious diseases. Refreshing, invigorating for both mind and body. Good for concentration/alertness. 

In massage, it can be relaxing to aching muscles. May stimulate and sharpen the sense of smell. Dilute 1:1 with carrier oil. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Do not use if epileptic. Skin test for sensitivity. 

Basil is a powerful antispasmodic oil.  It is also anti-viral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and muscle relaxant.

You may use Basil essential oil for stomach cramps, muscle cramps, tummy aches, migraines, throat/lung infections, mental fatigue, insect bites as well as other uses listed above.

Steffan Arctander describes
the aroma of the Basil Essential Oil as “sweet and spicy, slightly green, fresh
with a faint balsamic-woody undertone and a lasting sweetness.” Generally
speaking there are two types of sweet basil; Mediterranean type and Reunion
type. However, this herb has been hybridized extensively producing many unique
nuances. The Mediterranean variety, also called true sweet basil, contains
higher percentages of the natural constituents, cineol and d-linalool. The
Reunion variety is higher in methylchavicol. This is the Mediterranean variety.




Sweet basil essential oil contains numerous health-promoting
properties that can relieve headaches and migraines. According to Dr. Jae B.
Park's research for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sweet basil is
anti-inflammatory to bring down swelling, antiemetic to ease nausea that might
accompany your headaches, antispasmodic to help spasms causing a headache and
analgesic to relieve your pain.




To use basil essential oil when you have a headache, simply
smell the oil from the bottle, put it in a diffuser, or for migraines, put some
in the palm of your hands and cup them over your nose (inhaling through your
nose and exhaling out your mouth). While you might not think the smell of basil
will have any effect, the scent of essential oils travels to the limbic area of
your brain and your brain releases chemicals in response. In the case of basil,
your brain will release chemicals to stimulate and relieve pain. If you prefer,
add one drop basil oil to 1 tbsp. carrier oil, such as fractionated coconut
oil, and massage the blend into your temples, along the hairline of your
forehead, and at the brainstem area of the back of your neck. Dilute basil in a
carrier oil 1:1 before applying it to your skin. Inhale the aroma for a time,
every ten minutes, until the migraine is gone.




Basil has been widely used by ancient cultures such as India
for medicinal purposes (Ayurveda). The herb was used for diarrhea, coughs and
mucous discharges, constipation and indigestion, and skin diseases.




This is the better type of basil to use on children; properly
diluted, of course.




Health benefits of basil essential oil include the following:



* Cosmetics: Basil essential oil is used topically to massage
the skin. It enhances the luster of dull looking skin as well as hair. As a
result it is extensively used in many skin care supplements that claim to
improve the tone of your skin. It is also used for acne and skin infections.


* Digestion: Basil essential oil is also used as a digestive
tonic. Since basil oil has carminative properties, it is used for treating
indigestion, constipation, stomach cramps and flatulence. It provides immediate
relief from the gas in your stomach and intestines. It is also colic and hence
is used for bowel pain.


* Cold: Basil essential oil is effective in providing relief
from cold, influenza and associated fever. Due to its antispasmodic nature, it
is used in case of whooping cough.


* Respiratory: Apart from its usage in cough, it is used for
asthma, bronchitis, and sinus infections.


* Infections: Basil oil is good for treating a variety of
infections such as cuts, wounds, skin infections, bladder infections, etc., due
to its antibacterial properties. It is also good for viral infections.


* Stress disorder: Basil essential oil has a refreshing
effect and hence it is used for treating nervous tension, mental fatigue,
melancholy, migraines and depression. Due to this calming nature of basil
essential oil, it is widely used in aromatherapy. It regular use gives mental
strength and clarity.


* Blood circulation: Basil oil improves blood circulation and
thus helps in increasing the metabolism.


* Pain relief: It is analgesic and provides relief from pain.
Hence it is used in arthritis, wounds, injuries, burns, bruises, scars, sports
injuries, sprains, headaches, etc.


* Eye treatment: It is ophthalmic and hence relieves
bloodshot eyes.


* Anti vomiting: Basil essential oil can be used as an anti
vomiting agent in motion sickness and many other vomiting cases.




Basil essential oil is also a good treatment for itching from
bites and stings from honey bees, insects and even snakes. Other uses include
curing motion sickness and vomiting.




Warning: Although they are natural, essential oils can
occasionally have side effects when used improperly and can sometimes cause
allergic reactions. Specifically, basil is known to aggravate sensitive skin.
If you use basil topically, test a small amount of diluted (1:1 with a carrier
oil) essential oil on your skin for a reaction before applying it to a large
area. Basil can also overexcite you or, conversely, cause you to feel tired and
cloudy if you use too much. Consult a certified aromatherapist for more
information on basil and its proper uses. This oil and basil in any other form
should be avoided by pregnant and breastfeeding or nursing women. On the other
hand, some people suggest that it increases milk flow.




Basil essential oil blends well with bergamot, clary sage,
clove bud, geranium, lime, lemon, hyssop, juniper, eucalyptus, neroli,
marjoram, rosemary, melissa and lavender.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. This information has been designed to provide information to help educate the reader in regard to the subject matter covered. The product is sold with the understanding that the seller is not liable for the misconception or misuse of the information provided. It is not provided in order to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, illness, or injured condition of the body. The seller shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss, damage, or injury caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by the information contained on this sheet. The information presented here is in no way intended as a substitute for medical counseling. Anyone suffering from any disease, illness, or injury should consult a qualified health care professional.

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