Coriander Essential Oil

coriander



Coriander [also called "cilantro"] is a delightful seasoning. Coriander essential oil, made from the seeds of the coriander plant, aids the digestion and pancreatic function. It may be added to food or beverage as a digestive supplement.

Coriander describes the whole plant, but people usually think of it only as a spice. "Cilantro" is generally used in reference to the leaves of the coriander plant, and it actually means leaves in Spanish.

The plant flourishes in the geographic regions of southeastern Asia and north Africa. In the USA it is commonly used in the preparation of stews, sausages, and meats.

Coriander [Coriandrum sativum]

Botanical Family:
Apiaceae or Umbelliferae

Extraction: Steam distilled from seeds

Properties: Soothing and calming, helps with aches
and pains, digestive spasms, infections, skin conditions;
aids pancreatic function

Uses: Apply topically, or add to food or water asdietary supplement

Fragrant Influence: Soothing and calming


Coriander seeds and oils retail and wholesale


Aromatherapy blending

This oil blends very well with the following:

Bergamot
Cinnamon
Citronella
Clary sage
Cypress
Ginger
Jasmine
Neroli
Petitgrain
Pine
Sandalwood
Other spice oils like:
Cardamom
Tarragon
Fennel



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