Basil/Tulsi Essential Oil: Ever wondered if you’d keep your home clean and your family healthy and refreshed without relying on strange manufactured chemicals? Yes, now you can, with essential oils! Essential oils have been used for thousands of years as skin therapies, remedies, and personal fragrances. They are extracted directly from the bark, leaves, flower fruit, nut, resin, or root of a plant or tree, and only one drop can provide the incredible health benefits that each oil provides.
Furthermore, the world of essential oils is vast, intriguing, and honestly, a tad confusing as there are hundreds of essential oils, each with their own unique therapeutic powers and health benefits. So, it’s important to know which ones are the most effective in treating the condition you’re looking to improve. Here, at Herbal Strategi, we surely love essential oils. The list is long.
Once careful researched, we have narrowed the top best essential oils that can help you the most. Holy basil is the species of basil most known for its powerful healing qualities. Tulsi oil has a sharp, fresh, earthy and minty fragrance. It is pale yellow and has a thin viscosity. Pure Tulsi Essential Oil can be extracted through steam distilling the leaves and different parts of the plant.
Benefits of Basil/Tulsi Essential Oil: Fights acne, Balances hormones and lowers stress. Relieves fever and headaches. Helps improve respiratory disorders. Dental care and oral health. Supports eye health.
Essential oils are natural but powerful. Some people may develop an allergic reaction to any oil. So, it’s always best to try a little by doing a small skin patch test on your arm or leg (never your face or neck) to make sure you don’t have an adverse reaction.
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This Herbal Basil/Tulsi Oil is made from the below Ingredients:
100% pure therapeutic-grade essential oil
How to use
Topical: Dilute 2-3 drops or 1 tsp. Neem oil with other carrier oils like eucalyptus, coconut or almond oil. Then, massage lightly onto the affected area.
Aromatic: Add the 3-4 drops of oil to water and then use it as a mist or use an oil diffuser or vaporizer.
What to watch out for!
- Do a small skin patch test on your arms and legs (never on your face and neck) to make sure you don’t have any allergic reaction to any oil.
- Keep away from eyes and mucous membranes.
- If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your primary care physician prior to use.
- Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.
- For External use only.