The smell of apple pie is a wonderful memory of fall for me.
Did you know Coriander is the oil of loyalty, particularly loyal to oneself. People in need of Coriander oil may be confined in a cycle of serving others while ignoring their own needs. They may also have a powerful drive to do what is right or true. Coriander dislodges people from needing others’ to recognizing the need too honoring and living from the True Self.
Coriander and cilantro come from the same plant. The word coriander can be used to describe the entire plant: leaves, stems, seeds, and all. Most people are referring to the spice produced from the seeds of the coriander plant. The leaves of the plant are commonly called cilantro, which comes from the Spanish word for coriander.
The change in names is very appropriate, since the plant’s leaves and the ripened seeds taste totally different. Cilantro on the other hand is a little too different for many more delicate taste buds, unfortunately. Most people either enjoy or greatly dislike the taste, but I can see why some people argue that it’s an acquired taste.
It’s a different story for the seeds. Coriander is an extremely popular spice with a pleasing aroma and lemony flavor, found in many recipes. Little is known about the origins of the coriander plant, although it is generally thought to be native to the Mediterranean and parts of southwestern Europe.
More recently, coriander plants were known to be growing in Massachusetts by the early 1600’s, one of the first herbs grown by the American colonists. Coriander essential oil promotes digestion and eases stomach upset, aids in a healthy insulin response, soothes joint and muscle pain. Coriander essential oil is also know for toning and rejuvenating to the skin.
Wintergreen and birch are also great essential oils for muscle support.
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Did You Know Clary Sage is the oil of clarity and vision? Clary Sage helps people in changing the way they see things in order to see the truth. Clary Sage helps individuals see their limiting beliefs. It also gives support to people to new ideas, and different ways of looking at the same situation.
It is thought that Clary Sage originated in Syria or south west and central Europe where it can still be found growing wild? It was known to the ancients and the essential oil was prized by Dioscorides a Roman physician, and Pliny a Roman naturalist. This is still used in cosmetics and the perfume industry and is cultivated for these industries in France and Russia. It is a member of the sage family.
Clary Sage Oil can boost self esteem, confidence, and mental strength, thereby assisting in the fight against depression. This can be very helpful for forms of depression due to challenges in your career or personal life, insecurity, loneliness, death of a friend or loved one, and many other reasons. Clary Sage oil has also been studied for its anxiety, and antidepressant properties.
When someone says an oil is “hot’ it means that, that particular oil may feel “hot” to your skin, or spicy hot if used straight internally and painful if it gets in your eye.
All the reflex points of important organs are found at the bottom of the feet.
This is a great guide when figuring out how much essential oils you are using.
Peppermint is a great go to essential oil for cooling you down.