Antiseptic – Cures sepsis, cuts, and burns on the skin
Disinfectant – Disinfect or makes the environment free from contaminants
Detoxifier – Helps purify the blood
Antioxidant – Scavenges the free radicals
Antidiabetic – Helps in treating diabetes
Anti-inflammatory – Reduces pain, redness, and swelling
Analgesic – Reduces pain
Antipyretic – Fights against endopyregens
Neuroprotective – Protects neural disorders
Hepatoprotective – Protects the liver cells
Carminative – Relieves flatulence
Depurative – Has detoxifying and purifying effects
Diuretic – Increases urination
Emmenagogue – Controls disorders related to the menstrual cycle
Stimulant – Works as an enhancer for several bodily systems
Cytophylactic – Helps in the stimulation of new cells
Tonic – Works as a tonic to nurture the internal system
Vermifuge – Fights against germs and vermi
Carrot Seed Oil Aromatherapy:
The wild carrot seed oil has been used in aromatherapy for its mild, calming, and soothing aroma, which is effective in relieving anxiety and stress. When diffused, it gives an energizing feeling.
Carrot seed oil is primarily used for its aroma. It has a calm earthy scent and is effective for soothing both the mind and the body. It may help with tension or stress relief.
Diffuse a few drops of carrot seed oil with 1-2 drops of bergamot oil using a diffuser. Breathing in its aroma can help relieve stress.
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Nurture your system,