BiofloreCoriander essential oil - organic
The essential oil of coriander is indicated in all cases of dyspepsia, allows to eliminate deposits of heavy metals accumulated by the body and promotes liver and renal drainage. It is, on the other hand, a neurotonic and a powerful general stimulant if used at low doses. At higher doses, it becomes euphoric and in excessive doses, it can cause excitation or hyperactivity or, conversely, depressive states. Its analgesic properties relieve arthritis and rheumatic pain and, thanks to the abundant proportion of monoterpenols, this oil also have a notable anti-infectious action.
It is an excellent oil in light diffusion, friction or as massage oil. Of course, the essential oil of coriander can also be added with advantage to various dishes with oriental and exotic flavors.
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Latin name: Coriandrum Sativum
Part used: fruit
Aromatic molecules: monoterpenols (almost 70% linalool), monoterpenes, ketones (5% camphor), geraniol and geranyl acetate (5% of the total)
The stimulating effect of coriander essential oil has original nuances, both light and deep, and it brings both emotional strength and intellectual acuity. De-stressing like the Essential oils of rosewood (almost 70% of linalool) and Hô wood (nearly 99% de linalol), it seduces by its warm and even euphoric power and could replace more often the rosewood (which must be preserved) at the condition to think of using it with moderation. To remember: linalool has antalgic , anti-inflammatory (inhibits carrageenan-induced edema), antihypertensives, anxiolytics properties.
- Digestive tonic, stomachic, carminative
- Antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal
- Pain reliever (analgesic)
- General tonic, euphoric at high dose, sedative at very high dose
- Brings emotional solidity and intellectual acuity
- Digestive disorders: bloating, aerophagia, gas, indigestions (dyspepsia), slow digestion (intestinal laziness, digestive atony), constipation, heartburn, fermentative enterocolitis
- Rheumatic and joint pains, osteoarthritis
- viral and bacterial infections of the respiratory and digestive tracts, urinary tract infections
- Drainage of emunctories, fatigue of the adrenal glands
- General tiredness, nervous asthenia, momentary depression, depressed form
Recommendations for use
- massages with dilution (20% in vegetable oil) on the abdomen (stomach pain, digestive disorders) or on the pain area for rheumatism and joint pain, along the spine and on the wrists for influence on the nervous system
- a few drops in the bath water to relax when one is stressed or tense
- in light diffusion also for psycho-emotional applications
- 2 drops in a spoon of honey or olive oil, 3 to 4 times a day for digestive disorders, viral and bacterial infections and, after meals, to fight constipation
- a few drops in a cup of hot water before meals open the appetite and after meals promote digestion
- Culinary use: 2 drops in cooked Indian dishes
Precautions for use
- The above information is taken from serious books but should only be considered as preliminary information in a discussion with your doctor or aromatherapist.
- The vast majority of essential oils are to be used only diluted in a vegetable oil, honey or other suitable medium respecting the recommended dosages.
- When using an essential oil for the first time on the skin, always make a test on the inner sied of the elbow to make sure it does not cause any allergic reaction.
- As essential oils are volatile, sensible to UV radiation and inflammable at high temperature, it is imperative to store them in a tightly closed dark glass bottle and at a temperature between 5 °C and 40 °C.
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