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Throughout history, basil was believed to have magical powers. Basil was first cultivated in the Mediterranean region by Arabs .Women wore basil in their hair to attract potential suitors. Basil was originally used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat skin conditions, indigestion, and coughs

In ancient Egypt, basil was likely used as an embalming and preserving herb as it has been found in tombs and mummies. Perhaps because of its embalming applications.



Botanical Name  : Ocimum basilicum

Family  : Lamiaceae

Country of Origin  : Egypt 

Chemo type  : Linalool

Extraction Method  : Steam Distilled

Plant Part Used  : Leaf

Note   : Middle- Top

Aroma    : Sweet, Herbal, Fresh, Green

Color  : Clear to pale yellow

Blends well With : Sweet orange, Lavender, Peppermint, Ylang Ylang

Shelf Life: 4 – 5 Years


  • Low risk of skin sensitization with Basil Essential Oil. A dermal maximum level of 1.5% is recommended based on 33.7% eugenol. Generally regarded as a safe & gentle oil. “ Tisserand and Young Essential oil Safety, second Edition “
  •  A patch test should be performed before use for those with sensitive skin.
  • For topical application don’t use directly on the skin, dilute with a carrier oil
  • Discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs
  • Add 4-5 drops for Diffusing
  • Don’t ingest
  • Keep out of reach of children , Avoid using if pregnant or nursing
  • Not recommended for use on infants
  • Avoid contact with eyes and ears
  • Store in a cool and dry place
  • Keep away from heat ,open flame or direct light


  • Refrences 
  • An Ancient Egyptian Herbal ( Lise Manniche ) 1989 
  • Essential oil safety ( Tisserand and young ) second Edition 
  • Charles Fetrow & Julian Avila (2000) The Complete Guide to Herbal Medicine


  • Lawrence BM, Essential oils from Agriculture to Chemistry

  • The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy, Salvatore Battaglia

  • Arcatender Perfume and flavor materials of natural origin

Sweet Basil Oil (Ocimum basilicum) 15 ml - Chemotype Linalool

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  • Gas Chromatography Analysis %

    Batch : 19002

    Comparison to ISO 3515:2002 and Tech. Corrigendum 1


    GC: Agilent 6890N

    Column:  HP-5

    Injection split

    Carrier gas:  Helium

    Detector: Agilent MSD 5973N Temperature program: 50°C/(1 min)2°C/min  290°C (15min) 

    Volume of EO injected: 0.2 ul\



    11.92  1,8 Cineole Oxides 
    0.65 Alpha pinene  Monoterpene 
    0.12 Alpha terpinene  Monoterpene 
    1.4 Alpha terpineol Monoterpene.alcohol  
    0.04 Alpha thujene  Monoterpene 
    5.67 Bergamaotene  Sesquiterpene
    0.28 Beta caryophyllene  Sesquiterpene
    1.12 Beta Myrcene  Monoterpene 
    1.29 Beta pinene  Monoterpene 
    0.25 Borneol  Monoterpene.alcohol  
    1.19 Bornyl acetate  Monoterpene.ester
    1.82 Bulnesene Sesquiterpene
    0.43 Cadinene Sesquiterpene
    2.55 Cadinol  Sesquiterp. alcohol
    0.17 Calamenene Sesquiterp
    0.11 Camphene Monoterpene 
    0.58 Camphor  Ketone
    0.03 Chavicol  phenylpropanoid
    0.04 Cis3 hexenol Alcohol 
    0.07  Cis 3 hexenyl acetate  Ester 
    1.46 Cis beta ocimene Monoterpene 
    0.26 Copaene Sesquiterpene
    2.01 Elemene Sesquiterpene
    13.16 Eugenol Phenylpropanoid
    0.17 Farnesene Sesquiterpene
    0.15  Garmma terpinene  Monoterpene 
    3.00 Germacrene Sesquiterpene
    0.69 Humulene Sesquiterpene
    0.51 Limonene Monoterpene 
    41.22 Linalool  Monoterpene.Alcohol  
    0.07 Linalool oxide   
    0.9 Methyl chavicol   
    2.41  Muurolene  Sesquiterpene
    0.1 Ocimene Monoterpene 
    0.2 Octanol Ester 
    0.39 Octyl acetate Ester 
    0.14 Para cymene  Monoterpene 
    0.57 Sabinene  Monoterpene 
    0.15  Sabinene hydrate  Monoterpene.alcohol  
    0.72  Terpinen-4-ol  Monoterpene.alcohol  
    0.21 Terpinolene Monoterpene 
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