Our CO2 Spice Essential Oil Sampler contains a variety of high quality CO2 extracted spice essential oils that are commonly used in household and cooking needs. Each of these CO2 spice essential oils are extremely potent and powerful. When used in cooking and ingesting, low doses are highly recommended.
Essential Oils contained in the CO2 Spice Essential Oil Sampler:CO2 Ginger
Our CO2 Extracted Ginger Essential Oil is more energetically and aromatically true to the original plant than steam distilled Ginger. The root of the ginger plant has long been used in many different cuisines as flavoring. Ginger is also prized for its healing properties, as the oil invigorates, energizes, stimulates, strengthens, warms, and helps with memory loss.
Turmeric is a perennial plant in the ginger family and is originally native to India. CO2 Extracted Turmeric is widely used throughout aromatherapy for its powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Turmeric may be added to pain and inflammation reducing essential oil blends to achieve its benefits.
Cumin, a popular spice essential oil, is obtained by supercritical CO2 extraction from cumin seeds, and carries the same therapeutic benefits as raw cumin. Cumin is a popular spice essential oil that's been in use for thousands of years. A member of the parsley family, it produces seeds that are used for seasoning as well as for their health benefits, which include improving immunity, aiding digestion, and even weight loss.
This CO2 Extracted Black Pepper Essential Oil is thicker and darker in color, while having a much stronger aroma than the steam distilled oil. Black Pepper Essential Oil is widely used in aromatherapy for the digestive system, stimulating the body and glands, increasing the warmth of the body and mind, relieving sore muscles and joints, and boosting the immune system.
Another popular spice essential oil, CO2 Coriander is commonly used in aromatherapy to help support the digestive and hormonal systems, detox and purify the blood, and to help relieve cramps, convulsions, and coughs. Coriander is also known as anti-fungal, analgesic, and a digestive.
Traditionally, Cardamom Essential Oil has been used in oral care, supporting the digestive system, and as an uplifting aphrodisiac.
Cardamom Essential Oil is commonly added to cooking for a sweet spice and to assist with digestion. Another way Cardamom is used for digestive support is to massage the oil on the belly.
CO2 Extracted Clove Bud Essential Oil is more rich and complete in its flavor and much more luscious than steam distilled Clove Essential Oil.
Clove Bud is a key ingredient for most physical healing blends in aromatherapy, as the oil has a wide variety of healing benefits. More recently, CO2 Extracted Clove Bud Essential Oil has been discovered for skincare, haircare, cough, cold, blood circulation, and pain relief.