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Cumin Essentiel oil/10ml

Cumin Essentiel oil/10ml

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What Is Cumin Essential Oil:  Used in Egypt 5000 years ago, cumin is native to the Mediterranean basin in the Nile Valley. We already knew its medicinal virtues, but it was also used in pharaonic tombs for members of Pharaonic families. In ancient Rome, it was considered very valuable and was among the most coveted spices by explorers on trips to India or Africa. Its essential oil, a high-dose narcotic, was used as a drug in Indian harems, and was used by village doctors and wizards to prepare drugs for ingesting.  Extracted from the seeds of the Cuminum cyminum, Cumin oil is a powerful essential oil that can be used for bodily health and for cooking. Just as ground cumin is most commonly known for its prominent place on the kitchen spice rack, Cumin oil is equally as notable for its culinary contribution.  This essential oil can bring a zest to any savory meal and can transform a bland dish into a spicy and flavorful cuisine.  In addition to its cooking uses, it can also be used aromatically in a diffuser. The aroma of Cumin essential oil is warm, spicy, and nutty. When taken internally with food, water, or in a veggie capsule, Cumin oil can provide digestive aid to the body.The cuminaldehyde in Cumin has a warming effect on skin and can be felt when applied topically.    Cumin Oil Technical data: Common Name: Cumin, meadow cumin,  officinal cumin Officinal cumin Latin Name: Cuminum cyminum Appearance: Mobile liquid.  Color: Pale Yellow.  Odor: powerful, aromatic and spicy Botanical Family: Apiaceae  Organ: Seeds Processing Method: Steam distillation. Type: 100% pure. Origin: Turkey Preferred uses: Dermal, respiratory tract    Chemical composition: Main chemical compound: Monoterpenes 30 to 60% (Alpha terpinene, Beta pinene, Pcymene). Aromatic aldehydes (Cuminaldehydes): 30 to 40% Other chemical compounds: Monoterpenols, Sesquiterpenes. Physical characteristics: A good cumin essential oil must have the following physical characteristics: Density at 20 ° C: 0.895 - 0.916 Refractive index at 20 ° C: 1.462 to 1.470 Rotatory power at 20 ° C: + 7 ° to + 13 ° Flash point: + 53 ° C    Storage conditions: Storage conditions: Store in tightly closed original container, in a cool, dry & ventilated area away from heat sources & protected from light. Keep air contact to a minimum. It is recommended that oils packaged in metal containers (for safe shipping) be transferred into dark glass containers to maintain freshness and attain maximum shelf life. Fire protection: Keep away from ignition sources & naked flames.  Properties of Cumin Essential oil: The properties of the essential oil of cumin are explained by the presence of active compounds originally present in the seeds of Cuminum cyminum.    For health: Carminative, digestive stimulant: The essential oil of cumin contains monoterpenes that improve the movements of the stomach. It has a carminative action that is to say that promotes the expulsion of intestinal gas, while reducing their production. Antispasmodic: Like the essential oils of angelica and anise, the essential oil of cumin has a significant antispasmodic activity. This property is explained by the inhibition of the entry of calcium into the cells which prevents the contraction of these organs. Anti-infectious: The rich composition of the essential oil of monoterpenes cumin gives it powerful anti-infectious properties against bacteria, viruses, fungi but also worms and parasites. This property can be explained by the lipophilic nature of the monoterpene compounds: they act by breaking the cytoplasmic membranes of the pathogenic cells.    An immunostimulant: The monoterpenols it contains also stimulate the natural defenses by its antioxidant components. By limiting oxidative stress, it indirectly enhances the immune system. Other properties: Pain killer Emmenagogue (stimulates blood flow)    For the well-being A natural sedative, soothing nervous    Indications of Cumin Essential oil: Thanks to the many properties described above, cumin oil has many indications. For health Viral infections: The antiviral properties of the oil can be used for infections of viral origin: influenza mononucleosis, shingles, herpes, hepatitis and viral enteritis. The digestive sphere: Its carminative and antispasmodic properties make it useful for bloating, colitis, cases of difficult digestion and spasms: Bloating, aerophagia Colitis, colic Constipation Difficult or slow digestion Travel sickness Lack of appetite (adult and child) Intestinal spasms   Other indications:   Hyperthyroidism  Uro-genital disorders Immune deficiencies    For Well-being: Insomnia Anxieties Anguish Blocked plexus  Disturbed sleep   Stress Overwork     Tips for using Cumin Essential Oil: Cutaneous application, massage: Always dilute the essential oil of cumin in a vegetable oil, 20 to 30%, that is to say 1 drop of essential oil of cumin for 4 drops of vegetable oil.Massage the affected areas gently and quickly. For all digestive problems: in circular motions on the abdomen. To calm, soothe muscle tension and tension: massage the solar plexus, back, along the spine, in the hollow of the wrists. Massage tense muscles, contractures. For hyperthyroid problems: dilute with vegetable oil and massage the back. For overwork: dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the plexus. For blood loss outside menstruation (metrorrhagia): dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the lower abdomen.    Inhalation: To promote well-being, trigger appetite or treat motion sickness, drop a few drops of caraway essential oil on a tissue and inhale deeply for 2-3 minutes. Diffusion: The essential oil of cumin is one of the oils that are not very compatible with diffusion. To promote well-being (anxiety, anxiety, depression, fatigue ...), dilute it with other essential oils and choose one of the following methods of diffusion: Diffusion by nebulization: These diffusers, which propel the essential oil by a pump, are the most effective, but their price is generally high and they can be more or less noisy. Ultrasonic diffusion (misting): Less powerful, these diffusers remain effective to benefit from the effects of the essential oil in closed rooms. Diffusion by gentle heat: Pour a few drops of essential oil into the small receptacle of these diffusers. Under the effect of heat, volatile aromatic particles will mingle with the atmosphere. To use ideally in a small closed room.    Synergies with Cumin Essential Oil: With fennel, anise, and coriander, to help easy digest. With Cilantro and Coriander essential oils for diffusion.     Cautions: 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. Avoid sunlight or UV rays for up to 12 hours after applying product.  Nevertheless, it is still recommended for the use of essential oils to go to an aromatherapy professional to collect personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile and your age. First Aid Measures: Inhalation: Remove victim immediately from source of exposure. Get   medical attention if any discomfort continues. Ingestion: Rinse mouth and drink abundant water to dilute substance.   Avoid vomiting, risk of aspiration! Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothes. Wash affected areas with   copious amounts of water. Eye   Contact: immediately flush with plenty of water for up to 15   minutes. Remove any contact lenses and open eyes wide apart. Get medical attention   immediately. Continue to rinse.

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