Cumin is a very commonly used spice in various cuisines of the world. Known for its ability to flavor just about anything, Cumin is a very versatile spice.
Cumin essential oil has multiple uses topically and in aromatherapy.Uses of Cumin Essential Oil
EgyptHistory and Background
Cumin has been used to stimulate base chakra energy, it is often added to amulets for protection and good luck charms for prosperity.Physical Description
Cumin essential oil is golden in color and deepens as it ages.Aromatic Description
Warm, spicy, nutty aromaBiological Makeup and Components
Cuminaldehyde, ß-pinene, para-cymene, (Gamma)-terpineneExtraction Technique
Steam distillation from seeds.Information for Aromatherapists
Cumin is a middle note and blends well with Angelica, Caraway, Camomile and Coriander oils.
Our Cumin essential oil is 100% pure and natural. It is free of any chemicals, pesticides, synthetic perfumes, fillers or carrier oils.Cautions
All of our essential oils are 100% natural and free of any chemicals, pesticides and synthetic perfumes.
These products are NOT intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. This information is NOT a substitute for professional medical treatment or consultation. Prior to using essential oils, Source Vitál always recommends consulting your medical professional if you are pregnant, epileptic, have cancer, have liver issues, or any other serious illness. Do NOT ingest essential oils internally or apply undiluted oils onto the skin without consultation from an experienced and trained aromatherapist or aromatherapy practitioner. Always consult an aromatherapist before using essential oils for babies and children.
Keep all oils tightly closed and cool. Always keep out of reach of children.
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