CILANTRO LEAF ESSENTIAL OIL
Botanical Name: Coriandrum sativum
Method: Steam distilled from the leaves of the plant
Size: 5 ml. Violetglass bottle
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Uses: Antibacterial • Anti-inflammatory • Digestive Tonic • Heavy Metal Detoxifier • Stimulates HDL & Decreases LDL • Antioxidant • Enhances Memory • Relaxing & Uplifting
Notes: The same plant produces Coriander essential oil, distilled from the seeds of the plant.
Coriander is one of Nature’s best chelation herbs! It is known to help the body expel toxins, especially heavy metals such as mercury, lead, and and aluminum. Heavy metal toxicity is a hidden cause of depression, allergies, mental and learning issues, and all kinds of immune system issues.
Cilantro stimulates digestion, helps prevent bloating, and soothes nausea. It is a great source of digestive enzymes, and helps to stimulate peristaltic action. It is a major anti-inflammatory, and can help reduce inflammation from arthritis, injuries, and other inflammatory conditions.
Cilantro stimulates the formation of HDL (the “good” cholesterol), and decreases the ratio of LDL (“bad” cholesterol) in the blood. It helps regulate insulin secretion and can assist with blood sugar imbalances. It has a strong anti-bacterial action on the bladder and urinary tract, and can assist in clearing up infection in the bladder and kidneys.
Cilantro has an ability to relieve anger, and combines well with chamomile for that purpose. The aroma is relaxing, uplifting, and refreshing. It is known to enhance memory and mental functions, and can be a powerful environmental cleanser.
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