Cilantro Essential Oil

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Botanical Name: Coriandrum Sativum

Country of Origin: Washington

Cultivation Method: Standard Cultivation

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled Leaves

Consistency: Liquid

Aromatic Description: Its aroma is green, sharp and slightly pungent

Perfumery Note: Middle

Aromatherapy Properties: (Uses) Cilantro essential oil and Coriander essential oil are both made from the same plant, the difference is that the Coriander essential oil is made from the seed and the Cilantro essential oil is from the leaves resulting in different , flavors, and aromatherapy properties. Cilantro Oil, also known as Chinese Parsley, helps to relieve common flu symptoms such as nausea, fever, headache, migraines, colds, diarrhea, hernias and exhaustion. Because of the calming effects on the stomach it is a great additive to a blend. Cilantro Oil is a carminative, helping to relieve gas. Also aiding in muscular pain relief. Being an anti-inflammatory it reduces aches, stiffness, and muscle soreness. Soothing discomfort caused from arthritis, rheumatism, and circulation problems. Cilantro Oil is recommended to those suffering anorexia, because of its ability to increase appetite in a healthy and natural manner. Also known for being an aphrodisiac increasing the libido. Cilantro Oil has been used as a flavoring agent, in digestive blends, for culinary purposes, as a natural pain reliever, deodorants, and in natural dental products.

Blends well with: Ginger, Clary sage, Cinnamon, Bergamot, Pine

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