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Cilantro - Coriander Leaf - Essential Oil Organic - 10 ml

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Cilantro (Coriander Leaf) Organic Essential Oil - 10 ml

Anxiety and anxiety related, sleep difficulties. 

Soothing, calming and mood lifting. Anti-inflammatory, in muscles and articulation massages. 

Anti-infectious (anti-bacterial, antifungal, antiviral), General tonic, mildly digestive. 

In Food flavouring and in Natural perfumery 


INCI name: Coriander sativum leaf oil 

CAS Number :8008-52-4 


Extraction method: Steam distillation 

Parts used: Leaves 

Origin: France 

Common names: Cilantro essential oil, Dhania essential oil. 

Appearance: Colourless to pale yellow, fluid. 

Odour note: Middle to top note. Highly aromatic, fresh, green cut herb aroma. 

Quality: 100 % pure, whole and organic essential oil. 

Storage condition: keep tightly closed, in a cool, dark area, away from heat sources. Store away from the reach of children and pets. 

Molecular constituents: 53% Aldehydes (2-decenal, decanal, 2-decen-1-ol, 2-dodecenal, and 2-tetradecenal), 20% linalool. 


Fantastic for this use +++ 

Suitable for this use ++ 

Massages & body care 

On the skin: Use a little, always well diluted. Avoid sun-exposures. Better used in night blends (oils or creams) 

Body massages +++: use 1 to 2 drops essential oil per 10 ml carrier oil (0.5 to 2 % concentration) for a body massage.  

For a 10 min olfactory relaxation +++: an easy time-out, to replenish your mind and emotions. At home, at work, before sleeping or in times of stress:  apply 1-2 drops of your carrier/ essential oil blend (see Body massages) on each inner wrist. Gently rub your wrists against each other; then, bring both wrists in front of your nose, cover your closed eyes with both hands. Breathe in deeply through the nose and exhale slowly through the mouth. Repeat. Let go, feel yourself relax and being replenish. 

Face care ++: use 1drop essential oil per 10 ml carrier or base (0.5 to 1 % concentration)  

Body hygiene, Scalps and Haircare++: use 2 to 6 drops essential oil for 10 ml carrier oil or neutral base shower gel, Castile soap, shampoo, conditioner… (1 to 2 % concentration)  

Relaxing bath+++: First, mix 10 to 15 drops of essential oil with 20 ml vegetable glycerine or 1 cup of Epsom salts  




Ultrasonic Diffusers for air purification, moods or meditation settings+++: use 10 min 3 times a day.  

Dry inhalation++: 2 drops pure, on a tissue or in inhalers, on shirts collars or on pillowcases.  




Cooking+++: To powerfully aromatize your preparations or side dishes.1-2 drops of essential per tablespoons of cold butter, oils, dips or sauces. For hint aromatization, dip the tip of a toothpick directly in the essential oil bottle and use the toothpick to swirl into your finished product. Add Cilantro essential oil to vegetable purees (potato…at the end of prep, when rectifying seasoning), to guacamoles (1 drop for 2 fresh Avo’s), to Asian soups, Mexican sauce… 


Natural perfumery: +++ 


For more detailed information, please go check this LINK TO Instructions of use essential oils page 


Do not use undiluted and seek medical and specialist advise when in doubt. 

See our page on precaution - how to use essential oils safely 


Powerful sedative action, calming of the nervous system, difficulty sleeping: ++ 

Anxiolytic, Anti-depressive, stress related concerns: ++ 

Soothing, Analgesic, local anesthetic: ++ 

Very good general and local anti-inflammatory: ++ 

Good general antiseptic, Medium antibacterial: ++ 

General tonic: ++ 

Digestive, Spasmolytic: + 



Cilantro essential oil is a wonderfully fresh, highly green and herbal aroma that is loved by many “Aqua” types of perfumes crafters and that has convinced even people who despise Cilantro in food. A perfect addition to any refreshing diffuser blend or natural perfume composition. Cilantro essential oil is extracted from the green leaves of the coriander herb, while Coriander essential oil is extracted from the dried seeds of the same plant. Compared to Coriander seed oil, Cilantro aroma is greener, fresher and with less earthy under tones. Cilantro essential oil is always added in small quantities in massages to help ease muscular and joints discomforts or diffusion blends to help appease anxious minds.  




Cilantro and Coriander seeds are issued from the same plant, the Coriander sativum. Cilantro is the name given to the herbs, leaves and stems, of the plant, also known as “Dhania” in India.  

Less common than Coriander seeds essential oil, Cilantro essential oil is comparatively new to Aromatherapy. On chemical analysis, the essential oils extracted from the leaves and the seeds differ quite strongly. The essential oil profile of Cilantro is high in aldehydes constituent (also present in Citruses peels, Lemongrass, Citronella, Lemon Eucalyptus…) Cilantro is reported as a powerful sedative and calming tool in case of stress and low moods, but also in massages to subdue articulations and joints discomforts. 

While both Cilantro and Coriander seed essential oil share anti-infectious, digestive and anti-inflammatory properties, it is the Coriander Seed oil, higher in linalool molecules, that is usually chosen in massages blends to support various digestive concerns. 

Both Cilantro and Coriander seed essential oils are regarded as superb and unique flavours in high-end cuisine. 


  • In stress relieve massages, anxiety linked sleep difficulties, and depressive moods, tension (headaches), 
  • In aromatherapy massages oils for articulation and muscular pains 
  • In aromatherapy massages oils for digestive discomfort (bloating, aerophagia, flatulencies, stomach cramps)  
  • In aromatherapy in support massages oils for digestive infections (salmonellas, gastric flu…)  
  • In aromatherapy diffusions, meditation: to soothe, calm, clear and elevate moods. Serenity. 
  • In aromatic cooking and high-end cuisine 
  • In the food industry as a natural preserving agent (antibacterial and antifungal) 
  • In hygiene soaps, shampoo, mouth wash… 
  • In creams for Athlete foot and mycoses 
  • In draining and cellulite creams and massages 
  • In skin cosmetics for soothing and cooling creams 
  • In skin cosmetics as antioxidant and environment pollution skin protection. 
  • In natural perfumery for Green, herbal, crisp type Aquas and Colognes. In after-shave EDP. In Summer, Spring clean, tonic, refreshing day Perfumes. 


In diffusers, for a refreshing summer blend: 1 drop Cilantro with 5-6 drops of Grapefruit essential oil and other citruses (Bergamot, Lemon, Neroli, Orange) 

In natural perfumery: just a touch with floral blends to add a clean, green note. 

Also try it with other herbal, sweet or warm spicy notes: Basil or Ylang-ylang, Cinnamon bark. 




Potentially dermo-caustic and photosensitizing. When applied on the skin, use Cilantro essential oil in small quantities, blended with other essential oils and, and always diluted in an appropriate carrier (oil, butter, cream…) 

Cilantro essential oil may reportedly lead to drowsiness if used in excessive quantities. Respect the recommended doses and diffuse in a well-ventilated area. 

Avoid when pregnant or nursing 

Do not use with children 


Do not use undiluted and seek medical and specialist advise when in doubt. 

See our page on precaution - how to use essential oils safely