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Treating Skin Disorders With Basil and Lemongrass Essential Oils

Basil and lemongrass herbs have been widely used since ancient times for food and medicinal purposes. The basil herb, known scientifically as Ocimum sanctum, contains a lot of nutritional value and has been commonly used for generations in Europe for food preparations. In India, the holy basil is also known as the queen of herbs in the ancient Ayurvedic system of herbal medicines, as it has healing properties for the mind, body and spirit. The natural herbal remedy contains anti-inflamatory effects and antioxidant properties and is very effective for treating a variety of infections such as skin infections, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, cuts and wounds, and the control of acne, due to its antibacterial properties. It is also great for stopping the itching resulting from these skin disorde...[Read More]

Basil Oil (Ocimum Basilicum) – What It Is And Why To Use It

Origin/History: The word basil is taken from the Greek word Basilicum, meaning “king” or “royal”. It is a fairly small annual herb that typically grows up to 3 feet (1 meter) in height. Basil is a thick-stemmed plant with larger lush, leaves and small, delicate flowers that range in color from white to pink. The color of the Basil plant, stems and leaves can also range in color from a vibrant, radiant green to a deep, dark purple (referred to Dark Opal Basil). This remarkable variation in color can easily be attributed to decades of cross pollination, from which an extremely large number of species, varieties and forms have been born. Today, over 50 species and more than 60 varieties of Ocimum basilicum L. currently exist. This range includes Ocimum suave known as t...[Read More]