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Herbal Tincture: Holy Basil


1 oz bottle

An Ayurvedic herb traditionally used to support a healthy response to stress. Tinctures are alcohol-based extractions of medicinal herbs with a long history and variety of uses. Click on this item to see the full description.

Description: Holy basil is an adaptogenic herb that helps the body regulate and respond to stress. It has long been used as traditional medicine in China and India and is commonly used to treat colds, earache, fever and flu. It is said to:

-Boost cognitive function

-Help boost energy and ease stress by balancing stress hormones

-Aid the liver in detoxification

Holy basil leaf and flower (Ociumum sanctum), organic grape alcohol.  

Suggested Use: 1 dropperful (20 drops) diluted in tea or water 2-3 times per day. Please consult your medical professional or herbalist for more personalized care instructions. 

All of Oma's herbs are grown on their small family farm in Schwenksville, PA, or locally wildcrafted, and all tinctures are distilled in the organic alcohol best suited to the herb's properties.

Non-GMO, No Artificial Ingredients, No Preservatives, No Additives.
he statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Oma Herbal Teas

Oma Herbal Teas is a small, family-owned business that grows medicinal herbs, primarily for their unique tea blends. They grow, dry, and package all of the herbs on their family-owned one-acre homestead in Schwenksville, PA with the exception of Stinging Nettles and Red Raspberry leaf, which are ethically wildcrafted from Chester County.  Oma is run by Nicole Boice with the help of Doug Boice and, of course, little Mina. Their goal is to share the restorative power of herbs with the local community by providing those of the highest quality.

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