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Coriander Organic Seed Essential Oil - 10 ml

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Coriander Organic Seed Essential Oil - 10 ml

Digestive, Appetite stimulant for slow digestion, bloating, dyspepsia, aerophagia Massages. 

Anti-fungal, Antibacterial, Antioxidants and Anti-inflammatory. Purifying in facial care, acne, blackheads. 

General stimulant, boost to the immune system, for fatigue, cold and flu, in period of recovery or convalescence. 

In food flavouring and in natural perfumery. 

Appeasing and Uplifting, headaches 

IDENTIFICATION

INCI name: Coriander sativum seed oil 

CAS Number:8008-52-4 

 

Extraction method: Steam distillation 

Parts used: Seeds 

Origin: France 

Common names: Coriander essential oil, Dhania essential oil. 

Appearance: Colourless to pale yellow, fluid liquid. 

Odour note: Middle to top note. Excellent fixative in natural perfumery. Powerful, warm, nutty, spicy, slightly floral & citrussy and lightly camphorated.  

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 constituent: 70.66% Linalool (Coriandrol); 7.71% alpha pinene; 4.36%camphor 

REPORTED BENEFITS & PROPERTIES

WELLBEING MASSAGES, HYGIENE & NATURAL COSMETICS 

Stomach, lower back massages: +++ 

Joints massages: ++ 

Foot massages: +++ 

Face care: +++ 

Haircare, scalp hygiene: ++ 

Mouth, oral hygiene: +++ 

DIFFUSION 

Ultrasonic & Steam diffusion: +++ 

Inhalation: +++ 

Sprays: +++ 

OTHERS 

Cooking and preserves: +++ 

Natural Homecare: +++ 

Natural perfumery, fixative: +++ 

 

Coriander Seed essential oil is highly concentrated in linalool and α-pinene. These different molecules give it the following reported main properties: 

 

Digestive tonic, carminative, stomachic +++:  

 

Nervous system stimulant, euphoric at large doses +++ 

 

Anti-infectious, Anti-bacterial, Anti-viral, Anti-parasitic, Antifungal: +++  

 

Antalgic: ++ 

 

TRADITIONALLY USED

  • To stimulate good digestion, help with slow digestion, flatulencies and intestinal gaz. 
  • In soft abdominal massages, on stomach and lower abdomen areas to help soothe fermentation, intestinal (colitis) or urinary tracts (cystitis) related spasms. 
  • In soft abdominal massages, on stomach area and lower abdomen areas to help soothe slow digestion bloating, dyspepsia 
  • In wellbeing massages for joints and muscular inflammations and stiffness (arthrosis, arthritis, rheumatisms, gout, …) 
  • In wellbeing tonic massages during convalescences, recovery or in general physical and mental fatigue,  
  • In massages, diffusion blends or inhalation, in support of viral and bacterial respiratory digestive and UT (urinary tract) infections 
  • In diffusion to promote balance, calm and mental focus. To elevate moods.  
  • In diffusion to reduce stress and facilitate restful sleep. Appeasing and refreshing 
  • In oral hygiene, in natural Mouth washes for fresh breath. 
  • In Athlete foot hygiene creams, powders, sprays 
  • In purifying skincare for acne and blackheads 
  • In natural cosmetics to add fresh notes to soaps, creams cosmetics 
  • In natural cosmetic and household natural sanitizing soaps or spray 
  • In cooking and seasoning (Asian cuisine) 
  • In preserves and pickles  
  • As a natural food preserving agent 
  • In herbal liqueur flavouring (used in the French Monk made speciality liqueurs “Benedictine” and “Chartreuse”) 
  • In perfumery for its excellent fixative qualities that blends well with most essential oils 
  • In perfumery, to add more masculine note in refreshing colognes 
  • In perfumery for its tenacious balsamic tones 

INSTRUCTION OF USE

Fantastic for this use +++ 

Suitable for this use ++ 

In skincare, for Inhalations, In diffusion 

 

Stomach Massages, hygiene and face care  

On the skin: Use a little, always well diluted.  

 

for Stomach (occasional digestion related discomfort), lower back (UTI’S, Intestinal related discomfort), joints (articulation related) in support massages +++: use 1 to 2 drops essential oil per 10 drops of carrier oil (0.5 to 20 % concentration) for a soothing, localised massage on the stomach or joints.  

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

Oral hygiene ++: use 1drop of coriander essential oil per 120 ml of mouth rinse/ wash (use your regular mouth wash) 

or make your own mouth wash: In a 120ml bottle, add 1-2 drops coriander essential oil to 1 Tablespoon of Vegetable Glycerine- Glycerol- mix well. Top up your bottle with water and agitate to blend. Use one Tablespoon to swish, gargle and rinse your mouth for 30 sec. Spit and enjoy a refreshed breath. 

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)  

  

Diffusion, inhalation +++ 

  

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

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. 

Others  

  

Cooking+++: To powerfully aromatize your preparations or side dishes. Start with diluting just 1drop of essential oil per tablespoons of cold butter, cooking oil, honey, mayonnaise or tomato sauces. Taste, and add more if necessary. Then, add your aromatized base to your final recipe. 

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. Taste to test and adjust if necessary. 

Use Coriander essential with vegetable purees (potato…at the end of prep, when rectifying seasoning), to guacamoles, (1 drop for 2 fresh Avo’s), to humus, to Asian soups, or Mexican sauce 

Great with grilled meat side sauces… 

Homecare+++: in bacterial, sanitizing, anti-parasite sprays and soaps. 

Natural perfumery: +++: excellent as a fixative note. 

  

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 

BLENDS WELL WITH

  • For stomach massages, (to help stimulate digestion or ease flatulencies, dyspepsia…) in synergies with Basil, Bay laurel, Ginger essential oils. 
  • For lower back massages (in support of intestinal discomfort, cramps…), in synergy blends with Tarragon, Lavandin, Marjoram, Peppermint essential oils 
  • Used to add a masculine tone to blends with herbal and flowery notes like Clary sage, Jasmine, Ylang- Ylang… 
  • In Anxiety, Stress soothing blends with Petitgrain bigarade, Neroli or Mandarin essential oil. 
  • All Citrus essential oils,  
  • With cinnamon bark and other spicy essential oils 

 

INFOS AND INTERESTING FACTS  

Both Coriander seed and Cilantro essential oil are extracted from the same Coriandrum sativum plant. 100% pure Coriander essential oil is steam-distilled from the seeds of the plant and has been used since the earliest civilisations for its culinary, health and hygienic properties. Today Coriander seed oil is valued in aromatherapy for its antibacterial, digestive stimulant, mood and nerves soothing and appeasing benefits. In natural cosmetics those strong antiseptic qualities are put into action in a wide variety of hygienic face and body products. Coriander oil aromatic qualities are sought after by Natural perfumers who look to add fresh yet warmth and spicy notes to their formulation with this fantastic fixative and lingering essential oil. Both Cilantro and coriander essential oils are considered as the 2 most unique aroma in culinary cercles the world over, with Coriander seed oil is often preferred by the food flavouring industry because it doubles up as very efficient natural preserving agent. 

 

 

 

CAUTIONS

The use Coriander Seeds essential oil is reserved for adults and children 6 years old and older. 

 

Coriander Seed oil contains highly concentrated linalool molecules, always use it well diluted, especially on sensitive skins, and perform a patch test (blend 1 drop of essential oil in 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil. Apply two dots of that mix to the crook of your elbow for at least 24 hours to check allergic reactions- redness, itches...) 

 

Avoid when pregnant or nursing. 

 

DO NOT USE UNDILUTED and SEEK MEDICAL AND SPECIALIST ADVISE WHEN IN DOUBT. 

SEE OUR PAGE ON PRECAUTION - HOW TO USE ESSENTIAL OILS SAFELY