Product Information and Traditional & Alternative Uses Basil essential oil is derived by steam distillation from the Ocimum basilicum plant. It belongs to the Lamiaceae plant family, and like many other herbal plants, basil has been used for centuries as a food additive. Today, basil essential oil is used to promote healing for various wounds and infections. As well as a calming agent for inflammation, and has been indicated for it positive benefits for adrenal fatigue, and nerve issues and muscle conditions.
1 ANTIBACTERIAL 2 ANTIFUNGAL 3 KIDNEY CONDITIONS 4 COLD AND FLU
5 INSECT BITE 6 INSECT REPELLANT 7 MUSCLE RELAXANT 8 LACTATION STIMULANT
9 EAR INFECTION
Primary Action - Antimicrobial: ANTIBACTERIAL/ANTIFUNGAL: Add 8-10 drops to 8oz spray bottle use to clean surfaces. Add five drops to Aeroma Plus diffuser or 10-15 drops to Aeroma Pure diffuser and diffuse for airborne pathogens. COLD AND FLU: Add five drops to Aeroma Plus diffuser or 10-15 drops to Aeroma Pure diffuser and diffuse throughout the day. Make a vapor rub. 1/4 cup of sweet almond oil, 1/4 cup camelina oil, 1/4 cup grated beeswax. 20 drops of Aeroma basil, 20 drops Aeroma Eucalyptus, 10 drops Aeroma peppermint. Pour carrier oils and beeswax in a glass jar. Place in a saucepan with a couple of inches of water over medium-low heat. Allow oil and beeswax to melt. Stir to combine remove from heat allow to slightly cool and add essential oils. EAR INFECTION: Combine two drops each of Aeroma basil, frankincense, and eucalyptus. Apply 1-2 drops behind the ear and on the bottom of the feet.
**Consult your primary care provider before making any changes to your current dietary regimen. Many essential oils may enhance or decrease the effectiveness of prescription drugs.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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