Some people who use doTERRA’s essential oils have ‘recipes’ for all kinds of concoctions to ease all kinds of things. One of the stories that was recently shared with me was how one woman’s great grandmother had always used Coriander essential oil for digestive targets and to soothe an upset tummy. This use had been handed down through this family and was a well known tradition with everyone. And back in the old days, this family used to grind up the Coriander seeds to make a paste that they used to calm digestive discomfort. This was before essential oils were packaged for sale to the public, I’m guessing. I love stories like this because we all have one or two in our own families healthcare bag-of-tricks and it’s fun to learn about them. ~ Some of the other uses for Coriander essential oil are to help ease a toothache by applying topically right on the area of concern; some people use it confidently on head and neck tension; other people use it on their skin to ease blemishes of all kinds; women find it helpful for certain female specific targets; some people find that when they rub this oil into an overworked muscle or joint they feel more at ease; and some people say it helps balance their emotions during trying times. You can also use Coriander oil as a flavoring for some foods, like pastas and soups, and it can easily replace a fresh or dried herb when necessary. I’ve also written about a young lady who used this oil to help her with a certain eating issue which I can share with you in more detail if you contact me directly. And again, if you have any family traditions using Coriander oil, or any of our oils, send them to me ASAP!
Thanks, and have a great day! Jana