Putting the Spotlight on Coriander Seed Oil

Coriander seed is considered one of the earliest uses of spices in the world. It was used for culinary and medical purposes in Babylonian times.

Since coriander is a known spice, coriander seed oil is used to enhance the flavors of confectionary, seasonings and sodas.2 It’s also used as a flavoring agent for tobaccos, gin and liquors.
Coriander seed oil is also making a name outside the kitchen. A clinical study from Germany’s University of Hamburg Medical Center was made and confirmed that an ointment blended with 6 percent coriander seed oil helps treat athlete’s foot.3 Because of its strong, sweet aroma and fresh vibe, coriander oil is also a valued ingredient in perfumes and soaps.

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