CarCar2 Caraway Seed oil, Egypt

Essential Oils
Image of Caraway Seed oil, Egypt
Botanical Name
Carum carvi L., fam. Apiaceae (Umbelliferae)
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Class
Country of Origin
Egypt
Method of Extraction
Part of Plant
Seed
FEMA
UN Number
NA1993
Description
Caraway Seed oil has a pungent, herbaceous, slightly musky aroma. While Caraway seeds are frequently used in breads, cakes, and rolls, the oil is often used as a fragrance component in soaps, lotions, and perfumes making this a great choice for our soapers and perfumers. Caraway Seed oil is also thought to be a breath freshener and has been a common component in toothpaste and mouthwash products. Also, ancient Egyptians had been recommending Caraway seeds for digestive upsets since 1550 B.C. 
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