Cilantro Maceration

Regular price $15.90

Cilantro is an interesting plant in that it yields two important herbs. The leaves of the plant are referred to as cilantro, while the seeds of the plant are referred to as coriander. The scents presented are very different. The leaves have a particular scent that is pleasant to some and unpleasant to others. The leaves are used extensively in Mexican cooking. This maceration could be used to flavor food, especially salsas and salad dressings.
Common Name: Cilantro, Chinese Parsley, Coriander Leaves, Santo
Family Name: Apiaceae (Umbrella,Carrot)
Scientific Name: Coriandrum sativum
Country of Production: Egypt, Hungary, Poland, Morocco, India, France
Indigenous Country: Egypt, Hungary, Poland, Morocco, India, France
Country of Production: Egypt, Hungary, Poland, Morocco, India, France
Chemical Constituents: Fractionated Coconut Oil, Essential oils, Flavonoids
Plant Description: An annual herb growing to 3 feet high with bright green delicate leaves, umbrels of lace-like flowers producing green (turning to brown) seeds.
Processing Methods: Maceration
Yin Yang: Yang
Color Range: Light-medium green
Applications: In traditional Mexican medicine, cilantro is used to make a soothing bedtime tea and a mouthwash to treat the gums. Use in PMS formulas especially to treat mood swings or "the nerves." Can be rubbed onto inflamed gums to ease the pain.
Emotional: Cilantro withers in the heat. It does not like hot, and as such cannot stand the heat from built-up anger. Cilantro will allow you to expel your anger. Cilantro expresses freedom and an independent air.
Mental: N/A
Spiritual: Can indicate that you feel stifled and unable to express yourself. Your life can feel blocked and there have been many attempts to escape or release yourself.

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