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    Ocimum tenuiflorum
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    Holy Basil (Tulsi)

Basil Oil Vietnam Ocimum basilicum L.

  • Description

    Holy Basil, also known as Tulsi or as the botanical  Ocimum tenuiflorum and Ocimum sanctum is native to parts of Southern India and South East Asia.  It is used extensively across India in the practice of Ayurvedic medicine and for spiritual purposes.

    In Ayurvedic medicine it is know to help treat colds, headaches, stomach disorders, inflammation, heart disease, various forms of poisoning, and malaria.

    As a food ingredient the dried herb is very popular in Thai cuisine where it is often called 'Thai Holy Basil' (known locally as kaphrao). You will find it in many traditional Thai dishes so look out for it when you next indulge in your favourite Thai dishes!

    In aromatherapy Holy Basil purifies and cleanses the air and is thought to support our respiratory, nervous and digestive systems.
    It can also be used as an 'energiser' in room diffusers it is thought to stimulate the creative receptors in the brain when working (a good one to sneak into the office!).

    Given its typical high yields of eugenol, Holy Basil Oil may be compared as a cross between Clove and traditional Basil. 

  • Product Details

    • Botanical name: Ocimum basilicum L.
    • Origin: Vietnam
    • Crop Season: November - February
    • TSCA CAS: 91845-35-1
    • EINECS: 295-208-3
    • INCI Name: Ocimum sanctum leaf extract
  • Latest Market Information January 23, 2024

    The Red River delta area accounts for almost 85% of the growing area. The sowing season for basil begins in December. Harvesting commences three and a half months after the sowing season. The annual production capacity is 15 MT.

    Market price : USD 122.00 /kilo
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