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Caraway Essential Oil

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Caraway

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Quick Overview

Comforting Caraway Essential Oil is a is distilled from seeds that boasts thousands of years of use throughout human history. Caraway was the go-to culinary choice of people in ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, and Medieval Europe as an aperitif, to clear cloudy minds, and to rev respiration.

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Botanical Name: Carum carvi

Botanical Family: Umbelliferae

Extraction Method: Steam distilled Part of Plant Distilled: Seeds Country of Origin: France Cultivation Method: Organic

Scent description: Spicy-sweet, with energized, peppery top notes

Blends well with: Carrot Seed, Marjoram, Cardamom, Bergamot, Hyssop, Lavender, Allspice, Tarragon, Melissa, Thyme, Oregano, Savory, and Fennel.

Uses: Aromatherapy blends. Breath Freshener. Skin tonic.

 

Clarifying as a spice, Caraway Essential Oil is an ancient tonic for brain-strain. It has been used since Roman times as a cooking additive and an aperitif. In skincare, caraway is said to encourage a regenerated and revitalized appearance. Oily skin, blemish-prone skin, and dry scalp may all benefit from an application of caraway diluted in an organic carrier oil, too.

 

 

“You can take all the sincerity in Hollywood, place it in the navel of a fruit fly and still have room enough for three caraway seeds and a producer’s heart.” ~ Fred Allen

 

Caraway seeds have had culinary use since ancient times. They were popular with the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, and later throughout Europe and the Middle East. Use caraway to restore confidence, encourage fidelity, and to initiate changes.” Sandra Kynes, Mixing Essential Oils for Magic: Aromatic Alchemy for Personal Blends

 

 

Ingredients

Botanical Name: Carum carvi

Botanical Family: Umbelliferae

Extraction Method: Steam distilled Part of Plant Distilled: Seeds Country of Origin: France Cultivation Method: Organic

Scent description: Spicy-sweet, with energized, peppery top notes

Blends well with: Carrot Seed, Marjoram, Cardamom, Bergamot, Hyssop, Lavender, Allspice, Tarragon, Melissa, Thyme, Oregano, Savory, and Fennel.

Uses: Aromatherapy blends. Culinary. Skin tonic.