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Carrot Seed

Daucus carota

Carrot Seed from Aromatics

Carrot Seed

Daucus carota

Description

Carrot seed, also known as wild carrot seed and Queen Anne's Lace, is best known for its skin-healing abilities and its tonic, rejuvenating effect on the liver. When the liver is supported and healthy, so is the skin! Useful in skin blends for eczema, psoriasis, skin ulcers, skin infections and healthy skin to restore tone and to moisturize. Can be used in facial steams, face creams and butters, and even for your hair. Highly recommended for mature skin that has been worn by the years and the environment.

Combine with Lemon and Sandalwood for a liver-nourishing blend to use over the long term. Enjoy its carrot-like aroma! Carrot seed essential oil is distilled from the wild carrot plant that has a white rootrather than the  domesticated orange carrots that we love to eat. Wild carrots have a white root that isn't really edible and is known for its "woodiness".

Properties
Category
7 - Complexion
Aromas
Earthy
Herbaceous
Notes
Middle
Chemical Families
Sesquiterpenes
Sesquiterpenols
Therapeutic Properties
Diuretic
Country of Origin India
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Seeds
Botanical Family Apiaceae (Umberlliferae)
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Rejuvenates and combats tired and worn-out feelings
Supports the overall energy and personal growth
Releases blocked energy

Recipes
Resources

1. Battaglia S. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd edition, The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, Australia, 2003
2. Davis P. Aromatherapy an A-Z. New revised edition C.W. Daniel Company Limited, England, 1999
3. Keville, K. Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art, The Crossing press, USA, 1995
4. Schnaubelt K. Advanced Aromatherapy, The Science of Essential Oil Therapy, Healing Arts Press, USA, 1998

Safety + Shelf Life

Avoid during pregnancy. 

The suggested shelf life is 6-8 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillation Date
CRS-109 July 2016
CRS-108 Summer 2015
CRS-107 Summer 2014
CRS-106 Summer 2013
CRS-105 Summer 2012
CRS-104 Summer 2011
CRS-103 Summer 2010
CRS-102 Summer 2009
CRS-101 Summer 2006

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Description

Carrot seed, also known as wild carrot seed and Queen Anne's Lace, is best known for its skin-healing abilities and its tonic, rejuvenating effect on the liver. When the liver is supported and healthy, so is the skin! Useful in skin blends for eczema, psoriasis, skin ulcers, skin infections and healthy skin to restore tone and to moisturize. Can be used in facial steams, face creams and butters, and even for your hair. Highly recommended for mature skin that has been worn by the years and the environment.

Combine with Lemon and Sandalwood for a liver-nourishing blend to use over the long term. Enjoy its carrot-like aroma! Carrot seed essential oil is distilled from the wild carrot plant that has a white rootrather than the  domesticated orange carrots that we love to eat. Wild carrots have a white root that isn't really edible and is known for its "woodiness".

Properties
Category
7 - Complexion
Aromas
Earthy
Herbaceous
Notes
Middle
Chemical Families
Sesquiterpenes
Sesquiterpenols
Therapeutic Properties
Diuretic
Country of Origin India
Cultivation Organically Grown
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Plant Part(s) Seeds
Botanical Family Apiaceae (Umberlliferae)
Applications + Recipes

Emotional and Energetic Qualities

Rejuvenates and combats tired and worn-out feelings
Supports the overall energy and personal growth
Releases blocked energy

Recipes
Resources

1. Battaglia S. The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy. 2nd edition, The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy, Australia, 2003
2. Davis P. Aromatherapy an A-Z. New revised edition C.W. Daniel Company Limited, England, 1999
3. Keville, K. Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art, The Crossing press, USA, 1995
4. Schnaubelt K. Advanced Aromatherapy, The Science of Essential Oil Therapy, Healing Arts Press, USA, 1998

Safety + Shelf Life

Avoid during pregnancy. 

The suggested shelf life is 6-8 years.

Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
CRS-109 July 2016
CRS-108 Summer 2015
CRS-107 Summer 2014
CRS-106 Summer 2013
CRS-105 Summer 2012
CRS-104 Summer 2011
CRS-103 Summer 2010
CRS-102 Summer 2009
CRS-101 Summer 2006

Product Q&A

1 out of 1 users would recommend this to a friend


BY
Sierra L
April 12, 2016
One of my favorites!!
This oil is probably in the top 15 of the 121 and counting Aromatics oils that I own. Something about this oil caught my eye and I bought it early on in my collection. It is everything the description states. As an experiment as well as a way to learn the feel of the oil, I simply added it to Aloe gel along with a couple other skin nourushing oils. I used it as a hand toner all summer and never needed hand lotion. I also add it to most of my hormone salves to help my clients have a deeper balancing experience.I also used it to make a liver tonic salve, because who wouln't benefit from that.

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