Basil Holy Essential Oil - 6 Pack

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Botanical Name: Ocimum Sanctum

Country of Origin: India

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled Blossoms and Plant

Cultivation Method: Conventionally farmed

Consistency: Thin

Aromatic Description: Sweet, herbaceous, light scent of Basil

Perfumery Note: Top

Blends well with: Lavender 40/42, Clary Sage, Thyme White, Cedarwood Atlas, Bergamot, Geranium, Orange Sweet, and Rosemary

History: Basil originates from India, where it was used as a sacred herb for many centuries. It was said to strengthen faith, compassion and mental clarity. Holy basil is known as the herb of the Goddess Lakshmi. In India, basil is dedicated to Vishnu and is regarded as the incarnation of his wife, Lakshmi, goddess of fortune and beauty. Tulsi is also called upon for life and death, for various acts of life and above all for giving children to those who want them. According to tradition, Holy Basil protects from unfortunate destinies and evil spirits. This Essential Oil is considered a sacred herb in India, where it has been planted around doorways to banish evil spirits. In various parts of the Orient it is planted around temples, and used in prayer beads.

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