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Coriander Oil Uses and Benefits

Coriander Oil Product Description

Taken from the seeds of the plant that produces Cilantro essential oil, Coriander essential oil is a unique spice oil with a wide variety of uses and benefits. Like the coriander spice that is common in most kitchens, the delicious herbal flavour of Coriander oil perfectly enhances the taste of your favourite dishes that call for ground Coriander. But the benefits of Coriander oil reach far beyond the realm of cooking, making Coriander a popular oil for everyday use. Because it contains high amounts of the chemical constituent, linalool, Coriander essential oil has great topical cleansing benefits, helping to maintain a clean-looking, clear complexion. The refreshing aroma of Coriander oil perfectly accompanies a soothing massage and can create an uplifting atmosphere when diffused. However you choose to use this spice oil, Coriander is sure to fit perfectly in your essential oils collection.

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How Do I Use Coriander Oil?

  1. Home cooking: When used in cooking, Coriander essential oil makes an excellent substitute for ground coriander and adds a spicy, herbal flavour to all your favourite dishes. For an extra boost of flavour, add a drop of Coriander oil to your favourite curry recipes and enjoy the warm, delicious taste.
  2. Skincare: With its topical cleansing properties, Coriander oil is a must-have when it comes to skincare. Simply add a drop of Coriander essential oil to your daily facial cleanser to promote a clean looking, clear complexion.
  3. Massage: At the end of a long day, treat yourself to a well-deserved massage using Coriander essential oil. Combine three to four drops of Coriander oil with Fractionated Coconut oil and rub into your skin for a relaxing aroma or apply a few drops to your legs for a soothing sensation on the skin after a short workout.
  4. Personal Aroma: Use two to three drops of Coriander under your arms before applying deodorant for a bright, clean scent that will last throughout even your busiest days.
  5. Diffuse: Whether you’re at home or the office, create a refreshing atmosphere by adding three to four drops of Coriander essential oil to your favourite diffuser. Or, for a stimulating aroma, diffuse two drops each of Coriander oil and Peppermint oil.

Fun Fact

Coriander gets its name from the Greek word koris, which means stink bug. This reference likely comes from the strong aroma given off by the cilantro plant leaves when the leaves become bruised or damaged.

What Is Coriander Oil?

Coriander comes from the Cilantro plant, Coriandrum sativum, which is a fast-growing, aromatic, annual plant with several uses. The green, feather-like leaves are steam distilled to extract Cilantro essential oil, and the small, yellow-brown, oval-shaped seeds are the source of Coriander oil. Once harvested, these seeds are steam distilled and bottled as the cherished Coriander essential oil.

What Essential Oils Blend Well with Coriander Oil?

Coriander oil is known for blending well with minty, fresh essential oils like Peppermint oil or Wintergreen oil. The green, herbaceous aroma of Coriander essential oil also pairs well with the popular Easy Air® oil blend.


Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. For external use only.  

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