Made from organic and wildcrafted herbs, Holy Basil by Orange Naturals contains 250 mg of organically grown holy basil leaves (Ocimum sanctum) in a 1:4 leaf extract in a solution of 40% gluten-free grain alcohol and purified water. Thus it is vegan safe and allergen free.
The recommended dosage is to take 3ml, by mouth 3 times per day, preferably on an empty stomach. Tinctures are rapidly absorbed and metabolized – absorption begins in the mouth, allowing the body to absorb up to 98% of the medicinal components
The manufacturer of Holy Basil by Orange Naturals suggest that if you suffer from diabetes, are on any medications consultation with your healthcare provider prior to use should be made.
The manufacturer does not offer pricing nor purchase options through their website. They do provide a directory of locations for purchase. It should be noted that this product is available in a large 100ml bottle size which offers great value, dependent on the pricing. But, you can request a $2.00 off coupon via email to reduce your cost, assuming you can find the cost.
After a full investigation of the policy section of this website, there is no clear indication of any guarantee for this product, so you are purchasing at your own risk.
Orange Naturals Holy Basil Conclusion
On the surface the purchasing of Holy Basil by Orange Naturals sound good. The largest problem noted with this company is that there is no clear pricing of the product and their offer of a coupon for $2.00 redemption seems quite ridiculous if one doesn’t have the pricing of the item. Purchasing online directly from this manufacturer is not possible, so other alternatives to purchase must be considered. With no clear pricing available nor a stated guarantee, this product should be carefully considered and scrutinized prior to purchase, as doing so may be completely at your own risk. And, after completely searching this website, there appears to reference to any guarantee for the product, so your purchase will be at your own risk. With all of these negative factors, perhaps searching elsewhere for your Holy Basil, might be more advisable.