Coriander Oil

Coriander Oil

OVERVIEW : Coriander oil is an annual herb native to regions spanning from Southern Europe and northern Africa to southwestern Asia. It grows to 3 feet in height and produces bright green leaves and lace-like flowers. The essential oil is extracted from the seeds through a steam distillation process. Coriander oil has and aroma that hints of mellow spiciness and a woody nuance. It’s often used to add freshness to soaps, cosmetics, colognes and perfumes. When blended with Lavender essential oil, Coriander oil can encourage a pleasant night’s rest.

Coriander Oil Uses and Benefits


  1. Coriander oil is commonly used internally to aid in digestion You can also take a few drops of Coriander essential oil internally after eating a large meal to assist with digestion.By incorporating Coriander oil into your daily routine, you’ll enjoy the soothing properties of this oil that help promote digestion throughout the day.
  2. Did you know that Coriander oil can be particularly beneficial for the skin? To maintain a clear complexion, or to improve oily skin, use Coriander oil directly on the face after showering.
  3. There are several soothing benefits of Coriander oil for the skin and the body, especially when applied for massage. After a short workout, apply Coriander to the legs for a soothing massage. You can also apply Coriander oil to the back of the neck or bottom of the feet to promote relaxation at the end of a long day, or as you prepare to go to sleep. 
  4.  For years, chefs have used many parts of the Coriander plant, including the seeds, to add flavor and spice to a variety of meals. Coriander oil can provide a warm, spicy flavor, which makes it a favorite for many dishes. 

Coriandrum sativum 

Coriandrum Sativum Seed Oil

Colorless to Pale Yellow Liquid

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Steam Distillation