Alambika Basil Linalol Organic Essential Oil
Botanical name: Ocimum basilicum L.
Quality: 100% natural essential oil
Cultivation: controlled organic
Suitability as: food
Fragrance profile: sweetish-hot, green-fresh, clove-like
Fragrance note: head
Plant part: flowers / plant
Main chemotypes: (INCI) linalool, eugenol, alpha-terpineol, geraniol, beta-caryophyllene
With its fresh and irresistible taste, basil is immediately associated with Mediterranean recipes in Italian cuisine. Basil oil can have an encouraging and invigorating effect and can be used for stress, doubt and mental overload. It is considered one of the most effective protective oils, it can give clarity and confidence.
Thanks to its invigorating and relaxing properties, it strengthens well-being and is a remedy for stress and anxiety. It energizes in the case of nervous tension in the head region, forgetfulness, sleep problems and melancholy feelings.
On a spiritual level, basil is repeatedly associated with devotion and divine protection. According to Ayurveda, it strengthens the connection between the head and the heart.
- stress relieving
- Helper with melancholy feelings
strengthens the connection between head and heart
- Protective oil
- balances Vata and Kapha imbalance (Ayurveda)
Can be mixed well with:
- 1-2 drops in the diffuser
- Mix 1 drop in a carrier oil of your choice and massage generously in circular motions on the affected areas
- as a smelling bottle
DIY recipe: shampoo for shiny, long-growing hair
- 180 ml of aloe vera gel;
- 3 tablespoons of jojoba oil
- 10 tablespoons of baking powder
- 10 drops of rosemary oil cineole
- 5 drops of basil oil
- glass bottle
Mix all ingredients and store in a glass bottle.
About the plant
Basil has its roots in the Greek word "basileus", which means something like king and thus describes the extraordinarily high rank of this plant that it held within the ancient Mediterranean civilizations.
Basil, a member of the mint family, is characterized by a variety of species. The sweet basil is the most common. The sun-hungry spice plant originally comes from India, but is cultivated all over Europe. The mint family is an annual plant that grows bushy and grows up to 50 cm high. The main chemotypes are, depending on the origin of the plant, linalol and estragole, which are described as effective anticonvulsants and are therefore used in naturopathy as nerve and stomach tonic.
Item number: 1120