Aromatherapy, which comes from the french word "Arome" meaning Fragrance- has been used in many ancient civilizations throughout the world like China, Egypt, and India. This therapy is a natural way of healing a person's mind, body, and soul. It can be used for spiritual purposes too. The principal therapeutic agent in aromatherapy is – Essential Oils. Nowadays, more and more people are incorporating these essential oils into their daily lives.
Basil Essential Oil got its name from the Osmium Basilica plant, which is generally used in Indian Households for enhancing flavor. However, its benefits go far beyond the culinary world and now it’s also being used to treat different kinds of health problems.
Essential oils have been associated with aromatherapy for a very long time. They are well-known for their fragrances, but there a lot more to explore in this aromatic world of essential oils. They are widely used for making perfumes, colognes, and other products that help to stimulate our sense of smell.
Essential oils have been used in folk medicine throughout history. They have various uses and can be applied topically on skin, hair, nails or other body parts. It can also be used internally. These oils are used undiluted or diluted.