Basil Tropical in Methyl chavicol
"Ocimum basilicum ssp basilicum"
curative and condiment plant since ancient times
the cradle of Basil is probably India where this sacred plant is dedicated to Vishnu and Krishna gods. Today, its healing properties are very popular in Indian medicine. The basil essential oil is known since the fourteenth century, and used mainly in the stomach and intestinal disorders, but also to combat nervous exhaustion .Today basil is primarily a very valuable herb (10 drops of essential oil of basil exotic mixed with 50ml of olive oil ... delicious ..mélange to use on your salad tomato mozzarella ...)
Physically, basil has antispasmodic and soothing effect and a psychological level, it helps to relax and take heart-and it's not for nothing that it is also called the balm of the soul.
Botanical Family: Lamiaceae or Labiatae
Extract: the flowering plant and leaves
Perfume: fresh, spicy, balsamic
aromatic Biochemistry: Phenol methyl ethers: methyl chavicol
- Antibacterial average
- powerful antispasmodic (dilute 10% to 20% essential oil basil in vegetable oil hazelnut, sesame ...) massage on the solar plexus
- digestive tonic and hepatobiliary
- Viral hepatitis and hepatic congestion,
- Muscle cramps and contractions
- Arthritis, tendinitis, arthritis
- Spasmophilia, anxiety, insomnia
- Nausea, flatulence, flatulence, gastrointestinal spasms
basil oil mixes well with lavender, the angelic, grapefruit, clary sage, patchouli, tarragon, sage, hyssop and rosemary.
Not recommended for pregnant women and young children
skin irritation possible (dermocaustic) pure.
These properties, indications and methods of use are derived from books or websites reference in aromatherapy. We find them regularly and for many confirmed by observations in scientific circles. This information is presented for informational purposes, they do not in any way constitute medical information, or engage our responsibility. For any use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes, consult a doctor.