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Botanical Name:  Coriandrum sativum

Botanical Family: Apiaceae

Place of Origin:  Russia

Methods of Extraction:  steam distillation of the foilage of the herb

Scent:  Distinctive green herbacous.

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Properties:  Analgesic, Antispasmodic, Digestive stimulant, Antibacterial.

Aromatherapy Applications:  Various digestive problems, bloating gas, indigestion, Muscular aches and pain, Bacterial and viral infections of the resperatory tract.
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Aromatherapist Recommendations

  • When convalescing or generally lacking appetite, try a daily abdomen massage with 1 drop of Coriander and 2 drops of Bergamot, blended in two teaspoons of Peach Kernel oil. Always massage the abdomen in a clockwise direction.
  • Or, try 2 drops of Coriander and 2 drops of Ginger, diluted in one teaspoon of Coconut oil and added to a warm bath to lift your spirits and ease general aches and pains.
  • Contraindications: Non toxic and non irritant in prescribed doses.
  • Did you know: Coriander was used as a herb of protection in medieval Europe, people would hang it in their homes or have it growing in their garden to bring security and peace to their households.
  • Chakra: Solar Plexus and Sacral
  • Chinese Element: Earth & Fire


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