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Coriander Essential Oil (Coriandrum Sativum L.)
Coriander essential oil has a sweet, warm, herbaceous fragrance that has
soothing and calming properties. It supports healthy digestive and circulatory system
functions and has been studied for its support of the pancreas. In massage, it can be relaxing to muscles after exercise.*
Most essential oils work best when blended
with each other. The right combination will enhance the effects and power of the
essential oils. For some basic "oil recipes", check out our Recipe page or visit
our Essential Oil Blends store for some outstanding "Ready-Blends", created by
Body Systems Affected: Digestive and
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.
Use sparingly as Coriander can be stupefying in large
Suggested Blending Oils: Bergamot,
cinnamon bark, Clary sage, cypress, ginger, jasmine, pine, sandalwood, and other
* 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.
"My mom was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes about 3 years ago.
I immediately tried oils for her. First we tried dill -- no luck. Then we tried fennel -- it, too did not work. I then got some coriander for her and this has been amazing for her.
She puts a drop on the inside of each ankle at bedtime and her blood sugars are always normal.
She doesn't even watch her diet very closely (although the Dr. keeps saying 'You must really watch your diet
-- your blood sugar is perfect!'
"I've had fever blisters all my life. I myself have found that when Roman
Chamomile is rubbed into the blisters clockwise and very firmly, especially when
you first feel the itching symptoms makes the blisters go back into your body
and get reabsorbed. " Marc
GRILLED LEMON/CORIANDER ASPARAGUS To one Tbls. of olive oil - add 4 drops of lemon essential oil and 3 drops of coriander
essential oil (the spice of happiness) blend well.
Drizzle oil (save about 1 tsp.) over one
pound of fresh asparagus.
Season with 1/2 tsp.
pepper, 1/2 tsp. sea salt & the zest of 1/2 fresh lemon.
Grill till crisp-tender
and dab on remaining oils mixture before serving. Additional testimonials and application suggestions for Coriander
Essential Oil can be found at Oil Testimonials.