Ah Cilantro! Doesn’t it sound like an Italian greeting? The name of the oil itself sounds Italian. But whether its origins are from Italy or not remain a mystery. It comes from the same plant Coriander essential oil comes from. They come from the plant Coriandrum Sativum but coriander has a milder scent than cilantro. Coriander is extracted from the seeds while cilantro is extracted from the leaves. Cilantro as some useful benefits for anyone who would like to take advantage of them. It is claimed by the manufacturer that cilantro essential oil has been well known for its culinary and other benefits for centuries. It supports healthy digestion and nervous system functions. If applied topically it is soothing to the skin and it adds a fresh herbal aroma to the scent when it is diffused. So, you can use it in a variety of ways. Cilantro’s culinary uses are legendary and are practically limitless. It is used in spicing up meats, adding zest to guacamole, dips and salad.
- Feed 2 drops into a vegetable capsule to improve digestion and boost the immune system
- Pour it on salads, stir fries and any type of dip.
- Vaporize with citrus fruits for a refreshing scent.