Coriander Seed, CO2 extract 10 ml or 15 ml diluted to 50% in Jojoba

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Coriandrum sativum - Poland

Coriander CO2 has a pleasant, sweet, and surprisingly candy-like aroma. There are subtitle fruity notes that make it an excellent blending component for creative aromatherapy practitioners. In blend formulation featuring Coriander oil, the Coriander CO2 can add a complexity that would be impossible to duplicate without the blender's notes.


Coriander is an herb with a long and illustrious history, having been cultivated for approximately 5,000 years by the ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman cultures. Hippocrates, for example, considered it to be an important medicine.

Coriander is a member of the Umbelliferae family, which also includes carrot, caraway, celery, cumin and parsley. It is indigenous to regions spanning from southern Europe and North Africa to southwestern Asia. Coriander is a bright green annual that grows to a height of 1 to 3 feet tall. Its stem is erect, slender, hairless and finely grooved.

This particular essential oil is obtained by CO2 extraction of the seed, which is a process that uses pressurized carbon dioxide to pull the desired phytochemicals from a plant.

Coriander Seed essential oil has been used in aromatherapy to treat neuroendocrine fatigue, deficient chi, autotoxemia, chilliness, colds, flu, migraine headache, aches and pains, nausea, pulmonary weakness, poor appetite, flatulence, abdominal distention, dyspepsia, diarrhea, colic, gastrointestinal spasms, spleen weakness, impotence, frigidity, infertility, estrogen deficiency, irregular menstruation, muscle spasms, neuralgia, osteoarthritis, rheumatism, edema, stretch marks, scars.

Its properties include and have been historically used for: an analgesic, an aperitif, an antispasmodic, a bactericidal, a depurative, a digestive, a carminative, a stimulant, a stomachic, and some consider it an aphrodisiac.

Skin Care: Coriander is composed of three main components: monoterpenols, monoterpenes, and ketones. The monoterpenes in Coriander allow it to heal and protect the skin while improving complexion. The monoterpenes give coriander it’s antioxidant, cleansing, and mood-boosting properties; which positively impact the skin by creating an “inner glow.” The ketones in Coriander Seed essential oil assist in its effect on overall skin health, and also improve digestive health (which is reflected in radiant skin). Coriander Seed oil can also be used to treat stretch marks and scars.

In aromatherapy, Coriander Seed essential oil is considered to be potentially useful in certain cases of nervous depression, worry, shock, fear, anxious over-thinking, depression, emotional repression, bitterness in relationship to lack or having something “taken”, hopelessness, pessimism and stagnation in relationship to lack, insecurity, lethargy, memory weakness, insomnia, general debility, mental fatigue, anxious over-thinking, nervous exhaustion and weakness.

Use only safe dilutions on the face: Not to exceed 4%

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