Essential oil smells old

Old coriander plants, fruits, and coriander seeds are all taken advantage of from the base to the top in the last days of the year and can be used to bathe the house, bathe, wash away the bad omen and welcome a new year with peace.

Tree smell is also known with the name, such as parsley, cilantro, lake, though, scent tui, my smell, corn  coriander, whole though, incense, though (according to  Wikipedia ).

Cilantro is the annual living herb of the canopy family, and is very familiar in the raw vegetables and spices of the Vietnamese.

Cilantro is one of the special spices loved by many countries in the world and widely used and popular.

1 / The intended use of coriander

Cilantro plants can be used from the time of sowing seeds until they grow tiny, and when the plants grow, flower, bear fruit and old stems can be used for different purposes:

Raw vegetables:  is one of the raw vegetables which is very loved by Vietnamese people, just a few stalks of coriander can make the basket of raw vegetables very delicious.

In summer days, coriander with lettuce, perilla, coriander, basil, … are mixed together for everyday vegetables or especially in noodle restaurants.

Seasoning:  not only can be seasoned for cakes, the soup is more delicious when using fresh vegetables, the cilantro is washed, dried / dried naturally, finely ground to spice up the delicious baked dishes.

Dried spices can be preserved for longer and are used very popularly in many countries around the world, including in Vietnam in families and restaurants.

Making medicine:  Cilantro is very easy to use when old, it is used by Oriental medicine to make medicine very well

Use as a shower leaf: Bath  water / scent is very benign for the skin from babies to adults for skin diseases.

In folklore, old stalks and some other herbal leaves are often taken to cook bath water for sufferers, making them grow faster to treat measles.

Vietnamese people and the end of the year often use old and fresh coriander plants to cook water to bathe the house and bathe and wash their face in order to dispel the bad luck of the old year, to welcome the new year with lots of luck.

Oil distillation: The  smell is also grown on a large scale to distill essential oils, as water for skin care

Making perfume:  Essential oils of old scent, old coriander are also one of the ingredients of a very diverse perfume industry.

2 / Some uses of cilantro (cilantro)

Cilantro contains a source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B and minerals important for the body such as calcium, potassium, iron, manganese and sodium.

Cilantro in the composition also provides many vitamins such as vitamins B6, B12 and minerals: thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, folate, choline, iron, magnesium … contains other essential compounds such as carbohydrates, proteins. and fat.

There have been many scientific studies proving the uses of parsley for health, but some of the following very popular uses:

Cancer  prevention : High levels of flavonoids such as myricetin and apigenin have been shown to reduce the risk of some cancers such as skin, digestion, and breast.

Improving heart health:  With a high content of B vitamins and folic acid, it helps in controlling health very well

Prevent diabetes:  with high myricitin content helps reduce sugar effectively

Highly anti-inflammatory

Strengthens the body’s immune system  with rich amounts of vitamins and minerals

Diuretic:  Cilantro, old coriander seeds present in traditional medicine help diuretic, prevent kidney stones

Support and improve bone health:  with a fairly large amount of vitamin K

High Antioxidant: The cilantro contains flavonoids, especially luteolin

Caring for your eyes:  Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, the use of coriander in dahlia helps your eyes stay healthy, soothing the eyes

Support and regulate menstruation: stimulate and support hormone balance, and reduce menstrual cramps for women

3 / Who should not use parsley

There is no denying the benefits of cilantro but any product has its limitations and so does cilantro.

Some subjects should limit the use of the following cilantro, to pay attention:

Pregnant women:  Consuming too much coriander during pregnancy causes the uterus to contract badly for pregnancy and is dangerous for the fetus.

People with stomach problems

According to a medical report, consuming 200 ml of coriander extract for a week in a row can cause symptoms such as gas formation in the abdomen, vomiting, stomach pain, abdominal pain, and even movement. groggy.

Men:  People with liver and kidney problems should use it in moderation to avoid adverse effects on liver, kidney, sperm and sexual activity.

Warning:  Any food, no matter how good, if taken in too much by the body can have side effects or side effects.

  • Therefore, should be used in moderation, combined with, and alternated with other foods for the best nutritional effects and balance.
  • For the recommended subjects, it is necessary to have a doctor’s prescription if you want to use large doses.

Essential oils with pure old smell

You can absolutely use the pure old scent essential oil to blend in the bath and bath for your purposes.

In addition, to take care of your skin with old scent essential oils, you can also add a few drops of pure essential oils to the boiling water to steam your face to help antibacterial, firm skin and help smooth, healthy skin.

Note:  It is especially wise to choose pure essential oils extracted from 100% old coriander plants instead of using inexpensive, toxic aromatherapy essential oils that will have a huge impact on health.

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