CORIANDER CO2 EXTRACT
Botanical Name: Coriandrum sativum
Size: 5 ml. Violet glass bottle
Method: CO2 Extraction from Seeds & Berries
Note: Has been in use since 3,000 B.C. in Egypt, both as a spice and a medicine.
Coriander CO2 extract relieves nervous exhaustion, and eases insomnia when inhaled. It also helps dizziness, migraine headaches, shock, and fear.
Energetically, Coriander CO2 extract supports trauma recovery by instilling a sense of self confidence. It is a good energetic support for those using hypnotherapy, as it releases bad memories that have been stuck on “replay”.
It has an affinity for the navel (abdominal) energy center.
Due to its beautiful and complex aroma, Coriander CO2 extract is used in the manufacture of perfumes and cosmetics. It has a beautiful heart note for perfumery, and blends well with florals, citruses, eucalyptus, and spices.
• Analgesic • Anti-emetic • Anti-fungal • Anti-inflammatory • Anti-spasmodic • Aperitif • Aphrodisiac • Carminative • Deodorant • Depurative • Detoxifier • Digestive • Diuretic • Estrogenic • Febrifuge • Lipolytic • Parturient • Stimulant: heart, circulatory system, endocrine system, nervous system • Stomachic
Internal–oral, inhalation, suppository.
External–topical application, massage, bath, local compress, spinal compress, points & energy centers.
Top Note: Complex, pleasant, sweet, candy-like, with subtle fruity notes
Heart Note: Sweet, fruity, green, complex
Classification: Heart note
Coriander CO2 extract brings a great harmony to diverse blends. Its subtle fruity notes make it an excellent blending component for creative aromatherapy practitioners.
In blend formulations featuring coriander oil, the CO2 extract can add complexity that would be impossible to duplicate with steam distilled coriander.
Observations and Anecdotal Information
Coriander’s medicinal use has been recorded since 3,000 B.C. in Egypt. It aids digestion, reduces flatulence and improves appetite. It helps to relieve spasms within the intestines.
When inhaled, Coriander CO2 extract counters the effects of nervous tension.
Coriander has been used to sweeten the breath. It is applied externally as a lotion for rheumatic pain, and has the ability to relieve certain types of headaches.
It is known to increase secretion and discharge of urine, reduce fever, and to act as an aphrodisiac. It helps in the removal of phlegm from the bronchial tubes, counteracting spasmodic coughing. Coriander reduces fever and promotes a feeling of coolness.
Coriander has been used to treat hepatitis, colitis, and typhoid fever. It is used as a preventative against small pox, and used topically, it can help soothe breakouts from small pox and chicken pox.
• Generally recognized as safe at normal doses.
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