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Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)

The essential oil from this ancient herb has a place in aromatherapy, as it helps to ease the mind and fight fatigue, while it warms and calms the digestive system, relieves rheumatism and arthritic pain, muscular spasms and detoxifies the body.
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Essential Facts

Plant Parts : Seeds

Botanical Family : Umbelliferae

Chemical Family : Monoterpenols

Country of Origin : Hungary

Method of Extraction : Steam Distilled

Cultivation Method : Certified Organic

Aroma : Exotic and Sensual, Fresh, Lemony

Note Classification : Top/Middle

Approx. Shelf Life : 4-5 years

Distillation Date : September 2013

Batch : B323001

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Therapeutic Properties:

  • Analgesic
  • Aphrodisiac
  • Antispasmodic
  • Carminative
  • Depurative
  • Deodorant
  • Digestive
  • Carminative
  • Fungicidal
  • Lipolytic - Pertaining to the chemical breakdown of fat.
  • Stimulant and Stomachic - It ensures good health of the stomach by regulating all stomach functions and toning up the stomach.


Emotional and Energetic Properties:

  • Sedative
  • Used to release emotions related to fears; especially those of the heart.



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Digestive Health (DiarrheaFlatulence, Nausea)

3 drops Coriander

2 drops Ginger

3 drops Sweet Marjoram

3 drops Orange

1 oz. Lotion or Carrier oil (jojoba)

Massage into belly area.


Pain Relief (Migraines, Rheumatism, Muscle Aches, Menstrual Pain)

4 drops Coriander

3 drops Black Pepper

3 Lemongrass

2 Cypress

1 oz. Lotion or any Carrier oil (jojoba) 

Blend together and massage into affected area.



Safety:   Non-toxic. Can be skin irritating and sensitizing if oxidized. Oils rich in linalool can benefit from addition of antioxidants such as alpha-tocopherol in the blend. 

4% camphor is not enough to be concerned over, but one might still choose to avoid use with pregnant women, epileptics and children. The real concern with camphor is associated with internal use, or neat use of an oil high in camphor.