Cumin Essential Oil is extracted from seeds known for their effectiveness in case of digestive discomfort. Cumin Essential Oil is recommended for its exceptional calming properties, especially in case of tension or sleep disorders.
History of Cumin Essential Oil
Used in Egypt 5,000 years ago, cumin originated in the Mediterranean basin in the Nile Valley. We already knew its medicinal virtues, but it was also used in the pharaonic tombs for members of the pharaonic families. In Ancient Rome, it was considered very precious and was one of the spices most coveted by explorers when traveling to India or Africa. Its essential oil, narcotic in high doses, was used as a drug in Indian harems, and was used by doctors and village sorcerers for the preparation of medicines to be ingested.
It was already recognized for its ability to facilitate digestion and its soothing effect against digestive disorders.
Properties of Cumin Essential Oil
The properties of Cumin Essential Oil are explained by the presence of active compounds originally present in the seeds of Cuminum cyminum.
Carminative, digestive stimulant
Cumin Essential Oil contains monoterpenes which improve stomach movements. It has a carminative action, that is to say, it promotes the expulsion of intestinal gases, while reducing their production.
Like angelica and anise essential oils, Cumin Essential Oil has significant antispasmodic activity. This property is explained by the inhibition of the entry of calcium into the cells, which prevents the contraction of these organs.
The rich composition of Cumin Essential Oil in monoterpenes gives it powerful anti-infectious properties against bacteria, viruses, fungi but also worms and parasites. This property can be explained by the lipophilic nature of monoterpene compounds: they act by breaking the cytoplasmic membranes of pathogenic cells.
The monoterpenols it contains also stimulate natural defenses through its antioxidant components. By limiting oxidative stress, it indirectly strengthens the immune system.
Emmenagogue (= stimulates blood flow)
For the well-being
A natural sedative, nerve calming
Cumin Essential Oil contains molecules with hypotensive, analgesic, relaxing and sedative properties.
Indications of Cumin Essential Oil
Thanks to the many properties described above, cumin oil has multiple indications.
The antiviral properties of the oil allow them to be used in the treatment of all infections of viral origin: flu mononucleosis, shingles, herpes, hepatitis and viral enteritis
The digestive sphere
Its carminative and antispasmodic properties make it essential to fight against bloating, colitis, difficult cases of digestion and spasms:
Difficult or slow digestion
Lack of appetite (adult and child)
Thanks to its effects on blood flow, Cumin Essential Oil is indicated for blood loss outside menstruation (metrorrhagia) but also in case of absent and/or insufficient menstruation.
The contribution of the essential oil to the antioxidant system makes it possible to globally increase the immune response to external aggressions.
For the well-being
In diffusion, thanks to an essential oil diffuser, the oil can help to find sleep and calm thanks to its relaxing and sedative properties.
Disturbed sleep (insomnia)
Use of Cumin Essential Oil
Cumin Essential Oil can be used in very different ways for a wide spectrum of conditions and symptoms. Nevertheless, in case of doubt, it is recommended to contact a professional in order to collect personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile and your age.
Cutaneous application, massage
Always dilute the essential oil of cumin in a vegetable oil, from 20 to 30%, that is to say 1 drop of essential oil of cumin for 4 drops of vegetable oil.
Gently and quickly massage the affected areas.
For all digestive problems: in circular movements on the abdomen.
To calm, soothe muscle tension and tension: massage the solar plexus, the back, along the spine, in the hollow of the wrists. Massage tense muscles, contractures.
For hyperthyroidism problems: dilute with a vegetable oil and massage the back.
For overwork: dilute in vegetable oil and massage the plexus.
For blood loss outside the rules (metrorrhagia): dilute in vegetable oil and massage the lower abdomen.
To promote the arrival of menstruation: dilute in vegetable oil and massage the lower abdomen.
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