Coriander comes from the Latin word “koros” meaning “bed bug”. Coriander was highly regarded and was only used by Egyptian Royals. They called it “spice of happiness” and also presented as funeral offerings to deceased pharaohs. The Chinese believed that coriander could bestow immortality. Coriander oil is steam-distilling the crushed ripe seeds. It takes about 45 pounds of seeds to produce 1 pound if coriander oil.
Calming, cleansing, soothing, protecting, refreshing, energizing, warming, uplifting and tonic
Improves digestion and alleviates gas, indigestion and stomach cramps; stimulates appetites; freshen the breath; encourages the release of toxins from the body; improves chronic fatigue syndrome; regulates breathing and prevent fainting and dizziness; relieves muscle aches and stiffness in the joints; relax facial muscles; regulates menstrual cycle and alleviates the emotions; reduce fluid retention; improves the memory and mental function; support healthy pancreas
Coriander oil is a natural deodorant. It is frequently used in perfumery, particularly in men’s fragrances. It imparts a fresh, clean note to any blend. Because it stimulates circulation and fights fluid retention, it is helpful in reducing cellulite.
The scent is a fresh, spicy that is sweet, woody, and slightly balsamic. It may provide a calming influence to those suffering from shock or fear.
Blends Well With:
Bergamot, cinnamon bark, ginger, neroli
- 1 part essential oil with 1 part of carrier oil. For age 0-1, use 1 drop of essential oil to 8-10 drop of carrier oil. For age 2-6, use 1 drop of essential oil to 2-4 drops of carrier oil. For age 7 and above, use 1 drop of essential oil to 1 drop of carrier oil.
Apply 2-4 drops on area of concern
Apply to chakras and/or Vita Flex points
Inhale directly or diffuse
Do not use during pregnancy
May act as a sedative
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