Coriander* - certified organic
Scientific Name: Coriandrum Sativum
Family: Apiaceae
Origin: Egypt
breathe me: de-stress, unwind / super-immunity
Scent: Fresh, herbal, sweet-spicy, bitter, woody, slightly musky, diffusive.
Key Qualities: Aphrodisiac, stimulating, refreshing, warming, comforting, revitalizing, strengthening, purifying, soothing, active.
Primary Constituents: Linalool, α-Pinene, p-Cymene, Geranyl acetate, 9-γ-Terpinene, Limonene.

Traditional Aromatherapy use:
A prized aromatic spice used in cooking throughout the East, the seed of the cilantro plant has many medicinal qualities. Used traditionally to assist in proper digestion, to fight infection and to expel mucous, coriander is anti-bacterial as well as anti-fungal. It also has analgesic properties and is good for as arthritis, joint and muscular pain. For cosmetic uses, coriander can aid in the breakdown of cellutite.
Circulation, muscles and joints: accumulation of fluids or toxins, arthritis, gout, muscular aches and pains, poor circulation, rheumatism, stiffness.
Digestive system: Anorexia, colic, diarrhea, dyspepsia, flatulence, nausea, piles, spasm.
Immune system: Colds, flu, infections.
Nervous system: Debility, migraine, neuralgia, nervous exhaustion.

Research on Coriander (coriandrum sativum):
Immunotoxicity activity from the essential oils of coriander (Coriandrum sativum) seeds (significant toxic effects against the larvae of Aedes aegypti - the mosquito carrier of Dengue Fever, Yellow Fever)
Antifungal activity, toxicity and chemical composition of the essential oil of Coriandrum sativum L. fruits. (Candida & Microsporum_canis)
Antifungal activity of Coriandrum sativum essential oil, its mode of action against Candida species and potential synergism with amphotericin B.
Synergistic activity of coriander oil and conventional antibiotics against Acinetobacter baumannii.('Iraqibacter' due to its seemingly sudden emergence in military treatment facilities during the Iraq War.[7] It has continued to be an issue for veterans and soldiers who serve in Iraq and Afghanistan.)
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.): A Potential Source of High-Value Components for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals- A Review.

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