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Cilantro lovers, rejoice! Clean and verdant Cilantro Essential Oil offers the familiar aroma of dewy grass, a savory scent that has been blended and bottled in colognes and cuisines for centuries. Distilled from organically grown leaves from Egypt, Cilantro feels fresh as it tones and invigorates the complexion. The herbaceous aroma eases emotions and sets the mind free for calm focus.
See Coriander Essential Oil for the distilled essence of the seeds from this herb.
DetailsBotanical Name: Coriandrum sativum
Botanical Family: Umbelliferae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Leaves
Country of Origin: Egypt
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Coriandrum sativum
Consistency: Light yellow with thin viscosity.
Scent Description: Piquant and clean. Verdant, fresh green grass with a hint of musk.
Blends well with: Basil, Coriander, Clary Sage, Jasmine, Lemon, Orange, Curry Leaf, Sandalwood, Rose, Ylang, Vetiver, Immortelle, Bergamot, Orange, and spices such as Black Pepper, Ginger, and Cinnamon
Use: Captivating freshness in colognes and deodorants. Use as a toning and freshening complexion mist. Add a delectable drop to dressings and sauces as a culinary chrism. Diffuse to gladden moods and freshen rooms.
Constituents: Rich in aldehydes and monoterpenes.
One dynamic herb, Coriandrum sativum, presents two essential oils: Cilantro Essential Oil distilled from the verdant leaves and Coriander Essential Oil distilled from the small seeds.
Cilantro was one of the Old Testament's herbal stars, eaten at Passover celebrations and enjoyed as a gift from God. Today, Cilantro is one of the most widely enjoyed herbs and is cherished in cuisines across the globe. Cilantro Essential Oil has GRAS status with the FDA, and one or two drops added just before serving is a ready replacement for fresh Cilantro in many dishes, including guacamole, soups, spring rolls, and stir fries.
The fresh, bright scent of Cilantro is a natural for light and clean scented colognes, body oils, and deodorants. The oil is a mother lode of monoterpenes making it a magnificent choice for pore-perfecting and complexion clearing serums, and it is especially excellent when combined with Immortelle, Rose Otto, or Ylang.
In oral care, Cilantro Essential Oil can replace Peppermint or Coriander essential oils as a bacteria-balancing breath balm. The gorgeously green aroma combined with citrus and Lavender in a diffuser or home cleaning solution invites a calming, cleansing, and clarifying atmosphere.