The plant is grown since antiquity in Spain, France and Russia but originaly comes from Egypt, is also called as „fake anise.“ It is about half meter herb with dark green leaves with small white pinkish flowers and tiny seeds.
At the psychological level, the essential oil of cumin restores our ability to concentrate. It is used for quick solution in situations where there is the risk of losing mental stability and durability, because it evokes the feelings of security. It will also support you in steadfast determination and commitment to confidentiality.
In cosmetics, the cumin essence has its place as fragranced part in the soaps, colognes and perfumes. The food industry uses it as a seasoning for meats and various sauces. The oil is non-toxic and non-irritating.
English name: Cumin
Latin name: Cuminum cyminum
Country of origin: India
Ingredients (INCI): Cuminum Cyminum (Cumin) Oil
Warning: Designated for use in the aroma lamps and diffusers and for the direct inhalation. Do not take internally. Do not apply undiluted to the skin. Keep away from children.
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