Coriander Essential Oil
Coriander natural oil obtained by distillation and having the characteristic odour of the plant and coconcentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds.
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- Aphrodisiac: It arouses and increases the libido, as well as cures temporary impotency, frigidity of both males and females, erectile dysfunctions, and general loss of interest in sex.
- Lipolytic: It promotes lipolysis, which means hydrolysis of lipids, which in turn means hydrolysis or breaking down of fats and cholesterol.
- Anti-spasmodic: It relieves spasmodic cramps, both of the limbs and intestines as well as coughs. It also proves beneficial in cases of spasmodic cholera.
- Carminative: Coriander oil literally gives the gases built up in your body a healthy outlet.
- Depurative: Coriander Oil cleans the blood of toxins and thus acts as blood purifier.
- Analgesic: Components like Terpineol and Terpinolene make coriander oil an analgesic, which means any agent that reduces pain.
- Stomachic: It ensures good health of the stomach by regulating all stomach functions and toning up the stomach.
- Fungicidal: It inhibits the growth of fungus and helps to cure fungal infections. This property helps cure a number of skin diseases, most of which are caused due to fungal infections. It also helps to cure dysentery, which is often caused by fungal growth.
There are different ways to maximize the use of coriander seed oil. It can be used topically, aromatically, as well as through ingestion. I recommend the following applications of coriander seed oil:
- Mix the essential oil with water and use it as a mouthwash to prevent bad breath.
- Use it as a massage oil to relieve stiffness as well as promote blood circulation.
- After using it as massage oil, add two drops of coriander seed oil in bathing water to increase libido.
- Add two to three drops of coriander seed oil in a burner. Its aroma has a refreshing and calming effect.
- Apply directly on your back for digestive difficulties. It can also be taken internally by mixing a small amount with water and honey to alleviate digestive issues. Honey is optional as it is simply used to enhance the taste.
There is nothing serious in terms of health risks, but if taken in excess, coriander oil can make you lose control over your senses for a while, as if you are spell bound. It is a powerful agent that impacts the body, but it can also impact the mind and cause you to lose the ability to think clearly or make decisions, so be careful!