About Basil Sweet Essential Oil
Basil, also called great basil or Saint-Joseph’s-wort, is a culinary herb of the family Lamiaceae. It is also referred as Tulsi Tree in India, which has religious significance in Hindu culture.
The leaves and seeds of the basil plant have been used from ancient time as herb, which is regularly used in cuisines and recipes, and numerous ayurvedic medicines all over the world.
Basil is native to tropical regions from central Africa to Southeast Asia. It is a tender plant, and is used in cuisines worldwide.
Blending Properties of Basil Sweet Essential Oil India:
It blends well with Bergamot essential oil, black pepper oil, cedarwood himalayan oil, fennel seed oil, ginger essential oil, geranium oil, grapefruit, lavender oil, lemon, marjoram, neroli oil and verbena.
FAQs Related to Basil Sweer Essential Oil
Can you eat basil essential oil?
Basil essential oil also can be inhaled after sprinkling a few drops of the oil onto a cloth or tissue or through use of an aromatherapy diffuser or vaporizer. Basil is also considered for adults when taken by mouth as a medicine, short-term.
Where do I apply basil essential oil?
Use basil essential oils topically on the feet or by diffusing them aromatically to fight fatigue. Besides when applied on skin, it can nourish, repair, balance, calm, and brighten the complexion.
Is Basil Good for Hair Growth?
It has the ability to increase blood circulation which helps promote hair growth by stimulating hair growth.
What are the side effects of basil?
Basil is considered mostly safe when taken by mouth in food amounts or applied topically on skin. However, it’s recommended to consult with your doctor if you have any medical condition. In some people basil can cause low blood sugar.
Is Basil good for your stomach?
Some studies indicate that eugenol, a compound in basil, can help keep your gut safe from pain, nausea, cramping, or diarrhea by killing off bacteria.