Cilantro Leaf Essential Oil (Coriandrum Sativum) 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade - 5 MLAromatherapy Properties: (Uses) Aromatherapy Properties: (Uses) Cilantro essential oil and Coriander essential oil are both made from the same plant, the difference is that the Coriander essential oil is made from the seed and the Cilantro essential oil is from the leaves resulting in different scents, flavors, and aromatherapy properties. Cilantro Oil, also known as Chinese Parsley, helps to relieve common flu symptoms such as nausea, fever, headache, migraines, colds, diarrhea, hernias and exhaustion. Because of the calming effects on the stomach it is a great additive to a blend. Cilantro Oil is a carminative, helping to relieve gas. Also ...
Get cleansing and detoxifying support with Cilantro liquid extract from Herb Pharm. We prepare our Cilantro Extract from the leaves of Coriandrum sativum plants which are Certified Organically Grown. To assure optimal extraction of Cilantro's bioactive compounds, the leaves are hand-harvested at their peak potency, are carefully shade-dried, and are then thoroughly extracted.
While much is known about the aromatherapeutic use of Coriander, Cilantro is comparatively new to aromatherapy and research on its attributes are, though recent, incredibly promising. According to New Choices in Natural Health edited by Bill Gottlieb of Prevention magazine, practical uses for Cilantro include anger management, burns, insect bites and stings. Although the uses described call for fresh Cilantro, there is little doubt the creative aromatherapist will add Cilantro oil to blends already targeting the listed conditions. Dr. Vasant Lad, Director of the Ayurvedic Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico recommends Cilantro and Chamomile to help calm sudden anger. Dr. Lad also recommends fresh Cilantro juice as a dressing for burns, bites and stings. Holistic professionals should keep in mind that since Cilantro oil is actually distilled from the leaf of Coriandrum Sativum the oil's aroma bears a striking resemblance to Coriander oil, distilled from the seed of the same plant. In blends it may very well prove a better choice. Coriander is described by Michele A. Williams, author of Only the Essentials, as "herbal, woodsy and sweet." Williams says Coriandrum Sativum is relaxing, uplifting, refreshing and may help memory. She recommends blending it with citrus oils, Sage or Fir Needle.BOTANICAL NAME: Coriandrum sativum ORIGIN: USA EXTRACTION METHOD: Steam Distillation PLANT PART: Leaves NOTE: Top - Middle FAMILY: Apiaceae SYNONYM: Coriander Leaf BLENDS WELL WITH: Ginger, Lemon, and other spices and citrus AROMA: Sweet, herbaceous, and a tinge tart CONSISTENCY: Thin-Medium COLOR: Clear - Pale Yellow **Euro droppers are not included with 100 & 250 ml bottles**SAFETY: Follow general dilution guidelines - no urgent safety issues SHELF LIFE: 2 Years