Basil - The Oil of Renewal; Essential Oil and Emotions


Essential Oils and Emotions

Basil - The Oil Of Renewal 


The symptoms of adrenal exhaustion help identify the main moods that are treated with Basil, primarily: overwhelm, fatigue, low energy and the inability to cope with life’s stressors.

The smell of Basil oil brings strength to the heart and relaxation to the mind. This oil is also excellent for states of nervousness, anxiety, and depression.

Basil oil supports those who are under a great deal of mental strain. It brings rejuvenation of vital forces after long periods of burnout and exhaustion. Basil oil may strengthen the adrenals and restore the body to its natural rhythms of sleep, activity, and rest.

Basil oil is also helpful for addiction recovery. It gives hope and optimism to the tired soul. Basil may assist an individual in giving up false stimulants or other substance-related addictions. By increasing one’s natural energy, it supports individuals to achieve greater balance and health.

In short, Basil is indicated for those who are weary in mind and body and for those in need of strength and renewal.

Negative Emotions: Anxious, weary, overwhelmed, tired, drained, exhausted, addicted

Positive Properties: Energized, renewed, rejuvenated, rested, strengthened

Enlighten. Emotions & Essential Oils, 4th Edition: A Modern Resource for Healing (Kindle Locations 254-264). Enlighten. Kindle Edition.

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