Carrot Seed Essential Oil
Carrot Seed essential oil is known for its ability to minimize the appearance of wrinkles although the benefits don’t stop there.
It has the ability to destroy parasites too!
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What an amazing vegetable! Not only is it good for our eyes, applied topically in essential oil form, the benefits are fantastic. Using this essential oil topically on a regular basis, you might experience the rejuvenation of the skin cells as well as muscle relaxation.
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Carrot Seed Essential Oil isn’t a widely known essential oil and I’d like to change that. It’s super good for the skin, especially when combined with other nourishing oils. Plus, it’s easily incorporated into your lifestyle.
A Little History
This plant is native to Europe, Asia, and North Africa. An interesting fact… the oil is produced mainly in France. The stem grows up to a foot and produces hairy leaves with white lacy flowers.
Considered a highly nutritious ingestible plant with the vitamins A, C, B1, and B2, it’s also been used as various tonics for hair and skin. Another interesting fact, carrot root has been used for ailments that include neutralizing stomach acid and cleansing the liver.
Carrot seed essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the seeds. Carrots were actually used in medicinal remedies before they were introduced as food in the Roman and Grecian times.
Topical and Olfactory Uses
Carrot Seed essential oil has been found to be an anthelmintic (destroys parasitic worms), antiseptic, a carminative, depurative, diuretic, as well as am emmenagogue, stimulant, tonic, smooth muscle relaxant, antioxidant, astringent, hepatic, vasodilator, and parasiticide. This list is not exhaustive.
Due to the high vitamin content, this essential oil is used in skin care to treat wrinkles, eczema, psoriasis, rashes and mature skin. It’s been used in hair care as a moisturizer for brittle or dry hair.
I gotta tell ya, use caution with this essential oil. Carrot seed is potent and can cause warming to the skin so I highly recommend using a carrier oil.
Mixed with other oils such as Frankincense essential oil, Geranium essential oil, Lemon essential oil, Chamomile essential oil and Lavender essential, it becomes a lethal combination for those unwanted wrinkles.
Throw in jojoba, argan or almond oil and you’ve got an all-natural winner that can’t be beat.
This oil can be used in a diffuser, lamp ring, soap-making, creams, and perfumes. In fact, when put in a diffuser, you may experience calmness, tension relief, a mood uplift and increase in mental clarity.
2 drops Lavender essential oil
2 drops each of Orange essential oil
2 drops Bergamot essential oil
2 drops Carrot Seed essential oil
Carrot Seed Essential Oil
No matter how you use it, I hope I’ve encouraged you to incorporate this amazing oil into your daily routine. If you have any special blends you’d like to share, feel free to leave it in the comments.
Have a blessed day!