CARROT ESSENTIAL OIL
Carrot essential oil, distilled from the seeds, is colorless, sometimes with a tinge of yellow which darkens as the oil matures. The smell is muskier than cumin, more fruity and hot.
The principal constituents: 50-60 percent carvone; others are carvacrol, carvene, and limonene. Researchers have confirmed that this high proportion of carvone helps the digestion, stimulating and releasing gastric juices.
CARROT ESSENTIAL OIL USES
Caraway is excellent for all digestive problems like flatulence, pain, dyspepsia, colic, and colitis. The oil is also considered to be a mild antiseptic.
For difficult adult digestion, chew a few seeds slowly, drink a glass of warm water, and try to breathe deeply for a few minutes. Digestion should start, and the pain will be relieved. For a tisane for indigestion, steep 5 ml (1 tsp) lightly crushed seeds in 600 ml (1 pint) water for 10 minutes. Drink after meals. This is also good for dysmenorrhoea.
For children’s nervous colics, mix together well 50 ml (2 fl oz) soya oil, 2 drops wheatgerm oil and 12 drops caraway. Put the bottle under a hot tap to warm the oil, then massage some gently into the child’s stomach clockwise for a few minutes. Apply a warm poultice of linseed or oatmeal to the stomach, cover with a towel, and leave for 15 minutes. The pain should disappear.
(See also dysmenorrhoea and dyspepsia.)
Caraway is used as a seasoning mostly in Central Europe. In Germany and Austria, particularly, the seeds are used in sausages, pates, in cheeses, rye and other bread, sauerkraut and fresh cabbage dishes, beetroot dishes, with meat (especially pork) and in some goulashes and other meat casseroles. Caraway seeds added to bread doughs and soft white cheese makes them both much more digestible. You could also add them to butter eaten with cheese for the same purpose. Mixed with aniseed and fennel seeds into butter and spread on wholemeal bread, they can help digestion of the latter.
Other Uses for carrot essential oil
Carrot essential oil is also used in perfumery and in the soap industry. Historically, the seeds have been used in bags to scent drawers and clothes and to keep moths away. Napoleon is said to have used a soap scented with caraway. The oil of caraway is used in baked goods and confectionery.
Caraway, known as Kimmel in Germany, flavors (often along with some cumin) the liqueur also known as Kimmel. The earliest recorded caraway liqueur was that made by Lucas Bols in Amsterdam in 1575. The confusion between caraway and cumin exists even in the drinks industry, as reputedly the finest of all Kiimmels is something called Creme de Cumin.
Min.Order Quantity : 1 Liter/Liters
Supply Ability: 2000 Liter/Liters per Week
Port: Casablanca /Tanger MED / Agadir
Payment Terms: L/C,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,PAYPAL
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details : 40ml, 60ml, 100ml ,125ml, in PET plastic bottle with pump 250ml, 500 ml, 1Liter, 10 Liters, 20 liters, 25 liters ,33 Liters in drum with cap essential Oil can be 40ml, 60ml, 100ml ,250ml, 500 ml in amber or trasparent glass bottle with cap.
Delivery Time: 15 days after confirmation of all detaills and deposit
Place of Origin: Morocco
Processing type: Cold pressed
Form : oil
Use: Body, Face and hair
Supply Type: OBM (Original Brand Manufacturing)
Brand Name: BioProGreen or private labeling
Cultivation type: Organic
Main Ingredient: Caraway
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