- Diffuse for a calming atmosphere.
- Add one to two ounces of water and gargle to freshen breath.
- Put a drop in your palm, rub your hands together, and inhale deeply.
What is Tulsi?
Tulsi is a small shrubby shrub with dark green leaves and pink and lavender flowers. Tulsi is popularly known as Saint Basilicum and comes from India. Breeding many Hindus Tulsi as a religious plant in their homes and temples and use its leaves in routine worship.
Native to Southeast Asia has Tulsi has a long tradition of use in Ayurvedic health practices and is a well-known sacred plant and revered herb. In Sanskrit it is known as “the incomparable” and is considered the “Queen of Herbs”.
How do you use Tulsi or Saint Basilice cream
Tulsi essential oil can be used both topically and aromatically. Simply spraying or inhaling is always a great way to reap the benefits of an aromatic oil, and that includes Tulsi. You can love the smell of Tulsi enjoy alone or use it to make a diffusion blend that also incorporates other oils.
Bring Outwardly Holy BasilApply it to your spine, soles of your feet, and wrists. You can also add a drop to your facial cleanser or lotion.
Another way you Tulsi can be used in a mouthwash. Put a few drops in some water, gargle and swish, then spit it out. Not only is it good for oral hygiene, but it also keeps your breath fresh.
Finally, you can enjoy Tulsi to be part of a steam facial treatment. You then enjoy the aromatic and topical benefits at the same time. Your skin will thank you and you will also enjoy the soothing effect!
Just put a few drops Tulsi in a bowl of hot water. Place a towel over your head and lean your face over the steam. If it gets too hot, you can lift part of the towel, move your face further from the steam, or take a break for a few seconds. If you'd like to add other oils to the experience, Lavender, Frankincense, and doTERRA Air® are all good options to work with. Tulsi to combine.
What are the benefits of Tulsi or Saint Basilice cream?
Traditionally, Tulsi used around the world as part of rituals, protection, and health practices in many cultures. Tulsi has a calming, relaxing aroma when inhaled.
Tulsi contains a high percentage of the chemical component eugenol, which is also in clove oil prevents. Eugenol helps keep the mouth looking clean and healthy. It also has cleansing properties and, when applied topically, is good for healthy skin.
Another ingredient used in Heilig Basilicum is found is 1,8-cineole, also known as eucalyptol, which occurs in Eucalyptus. 1,8 cineole helps Tulsi soothing when dispersed or inhaled.
How does it smell Tulsi?
Compared to his nephew sweet basilicum is the smell of Holy Basilicum richer, warmer and balsamic. The aroma resembles something of a mixture of cinnamon, peppermint, clove. as basilice cream with a hint of liquorice! The aroma is warming, enlightening, and uplifting.
doEarth Tulsi (Holy Basil | Holy Basilicum) Essential Oil (5ml)
Tulsi, also known as Saint Basilicum, is a potent oil that has been used in many cultures for hundreds of years for various cures and ailments.
plant part: Herb
Extraction method: Steam distillation
Aromatic Description: Warm, spicy, balsamic
Main Chemical Ingredients: Eugenol, 1,8-Cineool