Local topical use: apply liberally two to three times per day to the target area; rub into the skin until absorbed, for stronger effect wrap with a flannel; the desired effect manifests gradually, take time to rest and relax.
Coriander is an annual herb known in its different forms (leaves, fruits, seeds) as Chinese parsley, dhania, Polish pepper or cilantro. Grown since thousands of years from eastern Europe to north Africa and across southeast Asia. Cherished for its benefits in herbal medicine and for its unique flavour. Essential oil is derived from seeds, it is rich in Vitamin C and has potent antioxidant properties.
A shrub with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers, native to the Mediterranean region. Used traditionally for relief of dyspepsia and mild spasms of the gastrointestinal tract, and as support for relief of minor articular pain and for improved peripheral circulation. (Source: EMA/HMPC/13633/2009 Committee on Herbal Medicinal Products)
A medium to tall tree with papery bark, silvery new growth and white or greenish flower spikes native of Australia and southeast Asia. The essential oil is steam distilled from leaves. Traditionally Indigenous Australians used the leaves to soothe aches and pains and inhaled vapours from the crushed leaves to help with respiratory problems.