Organic Coriander Essential Oil – Zongle Therapeutics

Organic Coriander Essential Oil

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Coriander, also known as Chinese parsley, belongs to the family Apiaceae. Botanically known as Coriandrum Sativum, it is an annual herb. It has a spicy and earthy scent which compliments the plant. The stems and the leaves of this plant are known as Cilantro in North America. Moreover, it is native to Iran and spreads from southern Europe and northern Africa to southwestern Asia.

The height of this plant is 50 cm and the leaves of Coriander are variable in shape. The flowers are borne in small umbels having white or very pale pink color. Having an exceptional look, the fruit of this amazing plant is globular, dry schizocarp which is 3 mm to 5 mm in diameter.

Coriander is being used since a long time and can be found in so many places that it is difficult to define exactly where this plant is wild and where it recently produced. The plant can be used in two ways, first, for its seeds as a spice and second, as a herb for the flavor of its leaves.

Most of the people believe that the taste of the leaves of Coriander is like tart, lemon/lime but some of them, around 3 percent to 21 percent, say that it tastes like dish soap. The reason why it tastes like a soap is because of a gene which shows some specific aldehydes which are also used for scent in many soaps and detergents.

Coriander is often confused with Cilantro but both of them are from different genus. Cilantro is slightly different in appearance as compared to Coriander and it has a stronger aroma. Many south Asians use Coriander leaves for making chutneys and salads. Not only this, it is also used in many Chinese, Thai, and Burmese dishes. Mexicans use the leaves of Coriander in preparing salsa or guacamole, even for garnishing.

The seeds of Coriander are extensively used in ground form and spice blend form in spice trade. Some people also use roasted seeds as they increase the flavor, aroma and pungency. Both ground Coriander and whole seeds are used widely in the kitchen. The usage of coriander dates back to 5000 BCE. It is also mentioned in the Bible where it is compared to manna, a substance which was miraculously supplied to the Israelites as food. Also, it was discovered in the tombs of pharaohs which shows that it is a sign of eternal love. Thus, if you are looking for a go-to product in order to add a dash of flavor to your meals, Coriander is your friend.

Along with the leaves and the seeds, it can also be beneficial in the form of an oil. Every part of Coriander plant can be used to obtain its oil. Additionally, the oil is readily available and is very affordable as it is cultivated on a large scale. We provide Organic Coriander Oil obtained from its seeds through steam distillation. High quality essential oil can be obtained soon after the seeds of Coriander have dried. Due to heat and sunlight, Coriander leaves lose their aroma. The color of the oil is yellowish with a subtle aroma.

We generally focus on its culinary use, but hardly are we aware of the benefits its oil provides. It has much more to offer than just flavor addition to your meal. The benefits of this oil include, promoting healthy digestion and clear complexion; and supporting healthy immune system and menstrual function etc.

Want to know about the chemical properties of this amazing oil? It is very important to have an insight about what the oil contains. Coriander contains three main, very important components: monoterpenols, monoterpenes, and ketones. Monoterpenols present in this oil helps and protects your skin and improves its complexion. Due to monoterpenes, Coriander has its antioxidant, cleansing, and mood-boosting properties. Lastly, the ketones present in Coriander essential oil provides the oil with its distinct scent and improves digestive health. Some other important compounds include: Linalool, Borneol, Cineole, Cymene, Dipentene, Pinene, Terpinolene, Terpineol and Phellandrene. Dive into this article to get an insight about some exciting and wonderful benefits this oil has to offer.

Benefits and Uses

Do you know that the linalool present in Coriander essential oil makes it very beneficial for skin, while its soothing scent relaxes and energizes simultaneously? Read the following benefits of this incredible oil for a better understanding.

  1. Promotes Healthy Digestion

It is no secret that coriander is a superstar spice in the kitchen. What a lot of people don’t know is that coriander essential oil can also be safely consumed and offers relief for stomach troubles. If you want to have healthy digestion, then use Coriander essential oil. It can be used both topically and internally. If you want to use it topically, mix Coriander essential oil with a carrier oil or a lotion and massage it on your abdomen in clockwise circles. The oil can also be consumed orally but must be diluted to do so. Mix a drop in a glass of warm water with lemon or add to a vegetarian capsule and take by mouth. Incorporating Coriander essential oil in your daily routine can be beneficial for you in a way that will help you promote digestion throughout the day because it has soothing properties which are the best for this purpose.

  1. Relaxing and Stimulating

Coriander can help you wind down after a workout or after a taxing day, this oil will lend its soothing benefits to the body as you rest. After a tough workout session, you always want something soothing. Well, Coriander essential oil can be massaged to your legs or the back of your neck or on the bottom of your feet so that you feel relaxed and comfortable. Many people these days are having issues with sleeping properly at night. Don’t worry! Coriander oil is the best for this purpose as well as its earthy aroma can make you fall asleep without any hassle. And if you want to have an energetic day, rub one drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly to increase energy.

  1. For Better Looking Skin

Having cleansing properties, Coriander oil is considered to be the best if you want to have a clear complexion or better-looking skin. Add it to your skincare regimen and see the difference yourself. Also, it is recommended to dilute coriander essential oil with Zongle’s Fractionated Coconut Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity and you may apply it directly on the face for instant glow.

  1. Supports Healthy Menstrual Function

Coriander seed oil may help support healthy menstrual function by helping regulate proper endocrine gland function and the hormones that regulate menstrual cycles. In addition, coriander oil can help reduce the bloating, cramps and pain during your cycle.

  1. Eliminates Bloating

Bloating can cause severe pain in the intestines, stomach, chest, and even in the muscles. Having a few drops of this amazing oil diluted in water can help in eliminating the excessive gas buildup in your system. Also, it inhibits further gas formation thus, eliminating the associated discomfort. So, what are you waiting for? Grab a bottle of this incredible oil and make it your go-to product for minor stomach related problems.

  1. Culinary Applications

Due to its warm spicy flavor, it is everyone’s favorite. If you want to make your meal flavorful while enjoying the aroma of this amazing oil, add a drop of it to your favorite curry recipe. This will boost the taste of your meal and will make you happy.

  1. Soothes Pain

Coriander oil contains terpineol and terpinolene which makes it an analgesic, which means that it is the agent that reduces pain. While waiting for your doctor’s appointment use this natural and wonderful oil as a remedy to temporarily reduce the pain. It is found to be effective for toothaches, headaches, pain in joints and muscles, etc.

  1. Eliminates Body Odors and Bad Breath

Like coriander, coriander oil is a good deodorant. If you’re suffering from embarrassing bad breath or confidence-wrecking body odor, use Coriander essential oil either internally or externally. When applied topically the typical aroma of coriander oil mixes with sweat and fights body odor. In case of bad breath, it refreshes breath when we exhale, when used as a mouth rinse diluted in water.

  1. Aids in Breaking Down Fat Cholesterol

Coriander Essential Oil promotes lipolysis, which means hydrolysis of lipids, which in turn means hydrolysis or breaking down of fats and cholesterol.

Final Thoughts

There are many reasons why coriander has been so popular for such a long period of time. Coriander seed oil is an oil that really deserves more attention in our everyday lives. It won’t let your taste buds down while it boosts your health in so many incredible ways, from lowering blood sugar, cholesterol and blood pressure to protecting you from stomach upsets and digestive problems. Make sure to include Zongle Therapeutics Coriander Essential Oil in your collection of essential oils, and start benefiting from the many uses a regular basis.

So, are you ready to order your own Zongle Therapeutics Coriander Essential Oil? click here to order now!

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