Coriander Seed Oil


CODE: EP-034


Coriander Seed Essential Oil
Botanic Name: Coriandrum sativum L.
Family: Apiaceae.
Synonyms: Chinese parsley, Culantro, coriander (fruit), cilantro (leaf).

Origin: Native to west Asia, east Mediterranean area and European Community. At present civilised universally. Has been cropped as a spice in different parts of the globe for centuries. Kingdom of Morocco, Rumania and United Mexican States are the chief commercial reservoirs for American imports of coriander.


Botanical Description: A powerfully fragrant yearly herb about 90-cm (three foot.) Tall. It has big shining green leaves, umbels of little colourless or pale-pink blossoms. The seeds are circular comprising of 2 pericarps with a hot beautiful aroma.

Oil Extraction: Essential oil is found by root distillation of the crunched fruit (seeds). The oil is pure, colourless to pale yellow mobile fluid. Yield 0.3 to 1.1%.

Fragrance Profile: The top note is pleasing, sweet-woody. The body note is peppery, aromatic, sweet-woody with a candy like, flowered balsamic tinge. The dry-out is a dawdling, dry, sweet-woody note.

Traditionally coriander has been utilised therapeutically chiefly in the shape of an extract for children's diarrhoea, digestive disorders, crabbing strain, anorexia and flatulency. It was analysed in Arab Republic of Egypt for its outcomes in bringing down glucose and insulin levels and backing up pancreatic function. For emotional curing this oil could be utilised to advance creativeness, imaging, good memory, confidence, motivating, optimism, seriousness, expressiveness, and enthusiasm.

In modern world coriander has been demonstrated to have anti-inflammatory, sedative drug, and painkiller attributes. It's applied for diabetes, arthritis, and intestinal troubles. The chief function of coriander is toning up. It advances digestion and could cause a gentle feel of euphoria. A lot of nowadays apply it in colligation with dill oil to elevate pancreatic wellness and to assist in the check of diabetes.

Coriander could be thinned one part essential oil to one part mix oil. It could be dispersed or straightaway breathed in or consumed as a dietetic supplementation. Coriander merges comfortably with lemon, tea tree, lilac, peppermint, cardamom, bergamot orange, clove, cinnamon, clary sage, frankincense, geranium, ginger, grapefruit, neroli, orange, palmarosa, pine, ravensara, ylang ylang, jasmine, nutmeg, jasmine, petitgrain, sandalwood, and cypress. Coriander is commonly nonpoisonous, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing.