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APHRODISIAC - WEIGHT LOSS - ANTISPASMODIC
ELIMINATES GAS - DETOXIFIER - REDUCES PAIN - ANTI-NAUSEA
DEODORANT - STIMULANT - FIGHTS DEPRESSION
STOMACH HEALTH - DIGESTIVE - ANTIFUNGAL

 

The health benefits of Coriander Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as an analgesic, aphrodisiac, antispasmodic, carminative, depurative, deodorant, digestive, fungicidal, lipolytic, stimulant and stomachic substance.  Coriander essential oil is extracted from the seeds of coriander with the help of steam distillation. The scientific name of Coriander is Coriandrum Sativum. 

Analgesic: Components like Terpineol and Terpinolene make coriander oil an analgesic, which means any agent that reduces pain. This oil has been found to be effective for curing toothaches, headaches and other pain of the joints and muscles, as well as those resulting from injuries or collisions. It reduces pain by desensitizing the affected area.

Aphrodisiac: Coriander oil can make your married life heavenly. 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. It stimulates certain hormones that activate the sleeping Cupid in you and puts you in a frisky or naughty mood that is ready for some bedroom fun!

Lipolytic: People who are fed up of trying all possible methods to lose weight need to pay attention to this property of coriander oil. It promotes lipolysis, which means hydrolysis of lipids, which in turn means hydrolysis or breaking down of fats and cholesterol. The faster the lipolysis, the faster you get slim and lose weight. The best part of it is that you don’t need to get liposuction, which has terrible adverse effects on overall health, and costs a fortune.

Antispasmodic: Tired of endless coughing? Are you unable to put your best effort into sports due to frequent cramping? Then it is high time for you to try coriander oil. It will relieve you of spasmodic cramps, both of the limbs and intestines as well as coughs. It will also prove beneficial in cases of spasmodic cholera. Finally, it also relieves nervous cramps, convulsions, and generally relaxes your body and mind.

Carminative: Coriander oil literally gives the gases built up in your body a healthy outlet. Only those who suffer from gas will know how it feels when you are finally relieved of it. You might be surprised to know that each year; many people die of gas, since it becomes particularly dangerous when it rises upwards, rather than downwards. It can cause severe pain in the intestines, stomach, chest and even in the muscles. It is a good idea to have a small tea spoon full of coriander oil and eliminate excess gas in your system. It won’t let additional gases form either.
Deodorant: Like coriander, coriander oil is a good deodorant. It reduces bad breath and eliminates mouth and body odor when used either internally or externally. When consumed or ingested, the typical aroma of coriander oil mixes with sweat and fights body odor as well as oral odor coming up from your stomach, filling your mouth. This also helps to inhibit bacterial growth in your mouth and around your sweat glands, thereby fighting odor. It can be mixed in water, then externally applied or used as a mouthwash to get all of these benefits.

Depurative: Coriander Oil cleans the blood of toxins and thus acts as a detoxifier or blood purifier. It helps to remove regular toxins like uric acid, heavy metals and certain compounds and hormones produced by the body itself, as well as other foreign toxins which get into the blood accidentally.

Digestive: Coriander oil has very good digestive properties. It gives prompt relief of indigestion and flatulence and its aroma also acts as an appetizer.
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.

Stimulant: It stimulates and warms up the organ systems and various functions going on inside the body. It stimulates hormone and enzymes secretions, digestion, excretion, brain functions and nervous system activity. It also fights depression and boosts your spirits.

Stomachic: It ensures good health of the stomach by regulating all stomach functions and toning up the stomach.
Other Benefits: Coriander oil improves appetite, regulates endocrinal secretions, cures nausea and eliminates vomiting as a symptom of many conditions.


 

 

Anorexia

Diffuse aromatically, or consider it as a flavoring regularly.

Arthritis
Massage 1-2 drops over the area of concern 1-2 times a day. Also consider Ginger, White Fir, or a pain-relieving blend.

Athlete's Foot
Apply 1-2 drops to the area several times a day until it's cleared. Oregano oil is also really good for this.

Bacterial Gastroenteritis
Add several drops of coriander essential oil to an empty veggie capsule and take 1-3 times a day.

Blackheads
Apply 1 drop (possibly dilute) to the area of concern up to once a day.

Candida
Take several drops in an empty veggie capsule, or massage into the soles of the feet or over the belly daily.

Cartilage Injury
Massage 1-2 drops over the area of concern several times a day, or into the reflex points of the feet.

Circulation
Massage 1-2 drops over the heart or any area of the body.

Colds
Massage 1-2 drops into the soles of the feet or over the chest several times a day. Also consider diffusing.

Cooking
Start with less than one drop (use a toothpick) and add more to taste.

Courage
Rub 1 drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly. Consistent daily use is the best for this.

Diabetes
Massage 1-2 drops of coriander essential oil over the pancreas daily or use in cooking.

Diarrhea
Massage 1-2 drops in a counter-clockwise motion for the digestive health benefits of coriander.

Digestive Health
Apply topically to the stomach, inhale from your hands, or take internally as desired.

Fatigue
Rub 1 drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly. Consider adding to a massage.

Fear
Rub 1 drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly.

Flatulence
Massage 1-2 drops over the entire abdomen for the digestive health benefits of coriander. (Much appreciated!)

Flu
Massage several drops over the stomach, sore muscles, or into the soles of the feet.

Infections
Apply 1-2 drops over the area of concern or the reflex points of the feet up to several times a day.

Inflammation
Gently massage over the area of concern, daily or as desired. Also look into the anti-inflammatory benefits of Frankincense.

Hypoglycemia/Hyperglycemia
Massage 1-2 drops of coriander essential oil over the pancreas daily or use in cooking. Look into Cinnamon essential oil, too.

Lead Poisoning
Take several drops internally in an empty capsule daily or as desired.

Low Energy
Rub 1 drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly.

Measles
Massage several drops into the soles of the feet daily, or massage over any area of concern.

Menstrual Pain
Massage 1-2 drops over the area of discomfort at first sign. Also consider a blend for hormones.

Migraines
Consider applying 1 drop to the temples, forehead, back of the neck, or any area of discomfort.

Muscle Aches
Massage 1-2 drops over the area as desired.

Muscle Development
Massage 1-2 drops of coriander essential oil over the muscles daily.

Muscle Tone
Massage several drops over the area of concern as desired.

Nausea
Massage 1-2 drops over the stomach or diffuse. Ginger essential oil is also great for this.

Nervousness
Rub 1 drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly. Diffuse throughout the room.

Neuralgia
Massage 1-2 drops of coriander essential oil over the area of concern or into the reflex points of the feet.

Pain Relief
Massage 1-2 drops over the area of concern as desired. Check out a pain-relieving blend, a massage blend, White Fir, or Cypress, as well.

Rheumatism
Massage several drops into the area of concern or the reflex points of the feet.

Self-Acceptance
Rub 1 drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe deeply.

Skin Complexion
Add a drop to your moisturizing or cleansing regime. Also check out a blend for clearer skin.

Shock
Rub 1 drop in the palm of your hands, cup over the nose and mouth, and breathe slowly.

Trauma
Follow the suggestions for shock or massage 1-2 drops over the heart or solar plexus.

Stress
Diffuse throughout the room as desired.

Whiplash
Massage 1-2 drops over the area 1-2 times a day.



A Few Words of Caution: 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!
 

Blending: The other essential oils with which Coriander Oil can be blended with are Bergamot, Cinnamon, Grapefruit, Ginger, Neroli, Lemon, Lime, Orange and other Citrus fruits oils.

38 + Benefits of Coriander Essential Oil

Health Benefits of Coriander 
 

 

 

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