It was said coriander was grown in the famous Hanging Gardens of Babylon and in Medieval Europe it was considered a witch’s herb. The Egyptians called it the Spice of Happiness and it has been long used in Asian and cooking, French liqueurs, perfumes, love potions and even magic.
Aroma: Top note.
Perfume: Lightly pungent, sweet and spicy with a slightly woody undertone.
Blends well with: rose, jasmine, sandalwood, geranium, neroli, bergamot, orange, lemon.
Part of plant used: seed
Type of extraction: steam distilled
Country of origin: Ukraine
Precautions: Generally a non-toxic, non-irritating oil. Seek professional advice before using during pregnancy.
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Packaging: recyclable blue glass bottle.