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Cumin Oil

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Exporter Of Juniper Berry Oil
Natural Ajowan Oil
Botanical Name : Cuminum cyminum
Common Method Of Extraction : Steam distillation
Parts Used : Seed
Note : Middle
Aroma : Penetrating and Spicy smell

Extraction
Cumin Oil is extracted by means of Steam Distillation

Chemical Composition
Cuminic, cymene, dipentene, limonene, phellandrene and pinene are the main chemical components of cumin oil. Further, the oil also contains 32 fatty acids (99.9%) that are identified in the fixed oil. The major fatty acids that present in the oil are linoleic acid (50.2%), oleic acid (19.9%), margaric acid (10.3%), cis-11,14-eicosadienoic acid (7.7%) and stearic acid (2.5%).

Essential Oil Information
Cumin is a small annual herb originally found in Mediterranean area. The leaves of plant are narrow and deep green in color. It is about 20 inches in height and the tiny flowers are pink or white in color. The seeds are small and oblong.

The plant is known to the world since Biblical times and is used for its digestive properties. Cumin is used as a medium of paying taxes by the Pharisees. Feudal lords paid serfs with cumin, in the Middle Ages. The oil is used as a cure for headache by the Egyptians. Cumin serves as an important ingredient in various Mexican dishes and Indian curries.

Oil Properties
The natural cumin oil contains spicy and penetrating smell.

Uses
The essential cumin oil is a stimulant that helps in curing indigestion, dyspepsia, bloating and flatulence, in the digestive system. For nervous system, it serves as tonic with beneficial effects on nervous exhaustion, migraine and headaches. However, the cumin oil is a warm oil that helps in muscles pain relieving and osteoarthritis.

Therapeutic Properties
The cumin oil is used as toner, stimulant, antiseptic, anti-toxic, carminative, anti-spasmodic, digestive and bactericidal. It is also used for curing headache. Warm cumin oil is used to relieve muscular pains and osteoarthritis.

Summary
Clear to pale yellow in color the oil aids digestive system, nervous system and relieves muscular pains and aches. The oil is light to medium in consistency and releases medium aroma.

Blends Well With
Angelica, Caraway, Chamomile, Lavender and Rosemary.

Precautions
The oil has overpowering smell and is better be avoided during pregnancy. It contains photo-toxic qualities and should not be used when skin will be exposed to sunlight. The strong smell can cause nausea and headache.

Shipping Options
We ensure the safe delivery of the consignment both by means of sea as well as air. Our delivery partners are responsible for the delivery within the time limit.



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