Coriander essential oil
THE ESSENTIAL OIL from Coriander seeds
Bulgarian name: Coriander
Botanical name: Coriandrum Sativum
Oil-bearing part of the plant: seeds
Appearance: Transparent liquid
Color: from colorless to pale yellow
Aroma: characteristic of coriander
Method of extraction: steam distillation
Analytical method: Gas chromatograph
Analytical certificate: Available on request
Ingredients: borneol, linalool, cinnol, cinnamon, terpineol, dipentene, feldane, pinene and terpineol.
Storage: Store in tightly closed containers at 5 - 15ºC, without direct exposure to sunlight and other heat sources
Benefits: analgesic, aphrodisiac, spasmolytic, waxy, deodorizing, antiparasitic, stimulating, analgesic, detoxifying, digestive, improves appetite, suitable for treatment of anorexia. It has beneficial effects on the lungs, blood vessels, bile
Usage: Coriander essential oil relieves and heats up in rheumatism, joint pain, arthritis, muscle spasms, inflammation of colds, bronchitis and flu. It has a beneficial effect on dermatitis, acting painkiller on the skin, purulent wounds and boils. It is used in nervous exhaustion, soothing in insomnia and fatigue. Helps intestinal and gastric secretion and detoxifies the body.
Used in aromatherapy for massages and in combination with basis essential oils.
Studies have been made that coriander oil has an antibiotic effect and acts as a bacteria destroying. A solution containing less than 1.6% of coriander oil reduced the growth of pathogenic bacteria and destroyed much of them.
It can be used in lotions, mouthwashes and even tablets to control most drug-resistant bacterial infections that can not be removed in any other way.
Combines well with the aromas of lemon, rose, sandalwood and bergamot
Contraindications: Not to be used by pregnant women, children under 3 years, as well as people with individual intolerance to the oil.