The Power Of Coriander Seed Oil
Coriander has a warm, sweet and spicy aroma. It is most well known for culinary but is effective for digestive issues, arthritis, fatigue & exhaustion, oily skin, stiffness and stomach cramps. This oil's warming effect is helpful for alleviating muscle aches and pain related to rheumatism, arthritis and muscle spasms and strains.
Coriander oil has been shown to be very powerful against a broad range of harmful bacteria. Its use in foods and in clinical agents could prevent food-borne illnesses and even treat antibiotic-resistant infections, according to the authors of a study published in the Journal of Medical Microbiology.
The researchers from the University of Beira Interior in Portugal tested coriander oil against 12 bacterial strains, including Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica, Bacillus cereusand meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Of the tested strains, all showed reduced growth, and most were killed, by solutions containing 1.6% coriander oil or less. Coriander is an aromatic plant widely used in Mediterranean cuisine. Coriander oil is one of the 20 most-used essential oils in the world and is already used as a food additive. Coriander oil is produced from the seeds of the coriander plant and numerous health benefits have been associated with using this herb over the centuries. These include pain relief, ease of cramps and convulsions, cure of nausea, aid of digestion and treatment of fungal infections. This study not only shows that coriander oil also has an antibacterial effect, but provides an explanation for how it works, which was not previously understood. "The results indicate that coriander oil damages the membrane surrounding the bacterial cell. This disrupts the barrier between the cell and its environment and inhibits essential processes including respiration, which ultimately leads to death of the bacterial cell," explained Dr Fernanda Domingues who led the study. The researchers suggest that coriander oil could have important applications in the food and medical industries. "In developed countries, up to 30% of the population suffers from food-borne illness each year. This research encourages the design of new food additives containing coriander oil that would combat food-borne pathogens and prevent bacterial spoilage," said Dr Domingues. "Coriander oil could also become a natural alternative to common antibiotics. We envisage the use of coriander in clinical drugs in the form of lotions, mouth rinses and even pills; to fight multidrug-resistant bacterial infections that otherwise could not be treated. This would significantly improve people's quality of life."
Ingredients: Organic INSTANT PRESS® Coriander Seed Oil, Organic INSTANT PRESS® Sunflower Seed Oil
Container Size: 1.7 oz. (50mL), bottled in Miron Glass
Servings Per Container: 50
Serving Size: 1mL
Suggested Usage: Use Carefully: Start with 3 to 5 drops under the tongue and increase to 3 dropper full per day.
Shelf-life/Storage Instructions: When stored properly, Andreas' Coriander Seed Oil has an extremely long shelf life.
Oil must be tightly capped and stored at regular room temperature in a dry place out of direct sunlight. When stored properly, oil will remain fresh for 36 months.
Refrigeration NOT recommended.
*Results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.