The ancient Greeks called that basil “King of Herbs” or “Herb of Kings”.
Basil( Ocimum basilicum ) belongs to the mint family (Labiatae). Primarily native to the Mediterranean area, it can be found all over Europe. it is an annual to perennial plant that is 20-60cm high.
As a spice plant, basil is known in every kitchen – less as a medicinal plant.
The basil is still one of the most important medicinal herbs in Ayurveda, the ancient Indian medicine. The basil probably reached Egypt and Greece via Persia, and eventually also to ancient Rome.
Women in Italy wore the herb on their bodies to win over their loved ones.
From about 700750kg herb you get 1ltr. Oil.
Use: In the fragrance lamp for the office or for concentrated work, as a bath additive, as a spice note in men’s perfume
Before internal use, please consult specialist books, doctor or aromatherapist.
Physical effect: Anti-inflammatory, antihypertensive, appetizing, antispasmodic, nerve tonic, um
Emotional effect: Relaxing, nerve-strengthening, anxiety-relieving, helps with: depressive mood, insomnia, stage fright, um
TIP: Not only because of its aroma, but also because of its antiseptic properties, basil oil is an ideal refinement of salads and raw vegetables.
Ingredients: 1 drop of basil essence on 4 – 5 tablespoons of dressing
Ingredients: Alcohol, Ocimum Basilicum (Basil) Oil, Eugenol **, Geraniol **, Limonene **, Linalool **< br />
<small> ** natural components of the 100% natural, essential oil< / small>