Coriander Essential Oil (Coriandrum Sativum L.)
Body Systems Affected: Digestive and Hormonal System
Uses: Coriander essential oil may help with anorexia, arthritis, colds colic, diarrhea, digestive spasms, flu, gout, measles, muscular aches and pains, neuralgia, poor circulation, skin impurities.
Research at Cairo University indicates that Coriander essential oil lowers glucose levels by normalizing insulin levels and supporting the pancreas. Because of it's estrogen content, Coriander essential oil may help with regulating and reliving pain related to menstruation.
Historical Uses: Chinese have used coriander for dysentery, measles, nausea, toothache and painful hernia.
Properties: Analgesic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, antioxidant and anti-rheumatic.
Aromatherapy Effects: Coriander is a gentle stimulant for people with low energy. It also has a relaxing effect during times of stress, irritability and nervousness. It may also be calming to someone suffering from shock or fear.
Scent: Woody, spicy, sweet
How to use: Diffuse. Apply to temples and forehead and Vita Flex points and/or directly on area of concern.
Dietary Supplement Uses: When using as a supplement, dilute one drop in 4 fl. oz. of liquid such as goat's or rice milk or 1 drop in a tsp. of honey. Do not use as an oral supplement for children under 6 use with greater dilution for children 6 and over. Generally regarded as safe (GRAS) for internal consumptions by the FDA.
Safety: Use sparingly as Coriander can be stupefying in large doses.
Suggested Blending Oils: Bergamot, cinnamon bark, Clary sage, cypress, ginger, jasmine, pine, sandalwood, and other "spice" oils.
* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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