4oz and larger bottles are sold for refilling, they are not intended for daily use.
For More information see the Bottle Size Usage Guide.
Which Basil should I choose?
Basil and Holy Basil are somewhat different in terms of chemical composition, although they do have many therapeutic uses in common. Holy Basil contains eugenol so it has a spicier aroma and is more irritating on the skin. It is said to reduce stress and anxiety and to increase the qualities of faith and compassion, this is where its name comes from. Basil contains linalool and less eugenol so it is a little less spicy and gentler on the skin making it better for topical application. This is the most widely used variety of Basil essential oil.
Holy Basil Essential Oil
Not currently an ingredient in any Butterfly blends.
Country of Origin:
Leaves and Flowering Tops
Holy basil has a distinct, fresh, herbaceous aroma with both cinnamon and clove-like accents. It is high in eugenol, the phytochemical that gives both clove and cinnamon oils their distinctive notes.