doTERRA Tulsi (Holy Basil) Essential Oil
Tulsi (Holy Basil) has been used throughout Hindu cultures to promote wellness and spiritual enlightenment. It is traditionally used around the world as part of rituals and protection in many cultures. Unlike its cousin sweet basil, Tulsi has a rich, spicy aroma, reminiscent of freshly cut basil. Its effects are warming, clarifying and uplifting.
Native to Southeast Asia, this small, green, bushy shrub, with lavenderhued flowers in the mint family, has a history within traditional Indian practices. Tulsi (Holy Basil) meaning “the incomparable one,” is considered “Queen of the Herbs”.
Tulsi essential oil aroma resembles a cross between traditional Basil oil and Clove oil. Reminiscent of freshly cut basil, the warm, sweet aroma creates an engaging atmosphere when diffused. It is traditionally used around the world in many cultural rituals. Dilute one drop in two drops of carrier oil and apply to skin, to support the appearance of your healthy skin.
Experimental research suggests that eugenol and beta-caryophyllene, constituents of Tulsi, contribute to its cleansing properties and skin benefits
- Has a calming aroma
- May help maintain oral hygiene
- May support the appearance of healthy skin
- Diffuse to promote a calming atmosphere
- Add one drop to your facial cleanser or lotion as part of your skin care routine
- Dilute one drop in two drops of carrier oil and apply to skin, to support the appearance of your healthy skin
- Add one drop to palm of your hand, rub hands together, and cup hands over your nose and inhale
Directions for Use
Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.
Topical Use: Dilute one drop essential oil to two drops carrier oil to minimize skin sensitivity and apply to desired area.
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- The Science of (Tulsi) Holy Basil
Warm, spicy, balsamic
* 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.