Latin Name: Coriandrum sativum
The green herb is also known as Cilantro. Coriander seeds are steam distilled from the crushed seeds and the yield is quite low. The oil is sweet, woody with a musty note. Some coriander can have a marked lemon note.
Pharmaceutical/Medicinal: A key ingredient in baby’s gripe water, used to soothe colic and discomfort in young babies. Used in many digestive soothing remedies for this reason. Anti-oxidant, carminative, bactericidal, refreshing and revitalising, this oil is used in a number of pharmaceutical preparations as a flavouring.
Food & Drinks: Used to flavour meat products and is used in the drinks industry to flavour liqueurs such as Chartreuse and Benedictine and is now used extensively in the creation of artisan gins.
Cosmetic & Toiletries: Often used to fragrance soaps, an ingredient of some colognes and male perfumes.Spa/Skincare: In blends to reduce accumulated fluids around joints, to support muscular aches and pains post exercise. Stimulating to the peripheral circulation, coriander supports a healthy digestive system, stimulates the immune system and comforts the psyche during periods of stress and anxiety induced exhaustion.
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