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Coriandrum sativum 
Origin: France
Size: 2ml

Synonyms: Cilantro Seed, Chinese Parsley Seed

Cultivation: USDA and EcoCert organic cultivation in France

Composition: 100% Coriander Seed essential oil, certified organic by USDA and EcoCert

Extraction: Water-steam distillation

Active Constituents: Terpene alcohols: linalool

Viscosity: Thin

Color: Colorless to pale yellow

About: Coriander essential oil has a soothing, sweet and spicy scent with woody and musky undertones that can be found in many perfumes and colognes. It is distilled from the seeds of the Cilantro herb, and has been traditionally used to promote mental clarity, sooth occasional stress, and support the digestive system.

Common Uses: Coriander is added to diffusers, soap, perfume, cologne, baths, digestive aids and study aids.

Blending Recommendations: Bay Laurel, Black Spruce, Bergamot, Cardamom, Clary Sage, Cypress, Geranium Rose, Ginger, Jasmine Absolute, Jasmine Perfume, Lavender, Myrrh, Neroli, Rose Absolute, Rose Otto, Rose Perfume, Sandalwood, Tulsi, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang.

Safety Information: Non-toxic and safe for all populations in proper dilutions.

Maximum adult dilution: 10% or 60 drops per ounce.

Recommend dilution: 15 – 25 drops per ounce.


Linalool                      67.17%

α-Pinene                      7.48%

γ-Terpinene                 5.32%

Camphor                      4.75%

(+)-Limonene               2.87%
Geranyl acetate           2.79%

Geraniol                       1.79%

p-Cymere                     1.59%

Camphene                   1.22%

Myrcene                      1.17%

Coriander essential oil contains 5 additional constituents above 10 ppm.  This oil is nearly 80% Terpene Alcohols, primarily linalool.

Shelf Life: 4 years in proper conditions before it declines in quality.

Storage: Store with cap firmly closed, standing upright, out of direct heat and sunlight.

Notes: Non GMO, Gluten free, Vegan, Certified Organic, No carrier oil added, No Additives, No pesticides.