Carrot Seed Oil

Carrot seeds - Source of Carrot seed oil

What is Carrot Seed Oil?

Carrot seed oil is extracted by steam distillation. But it's primarily collected from the dried seeds of wild carrot and also from the dried plant itself.

Its scientific name is Daucus carota. The wild carrot is common in Europe though it is often known by another name in that region, which is “Queen Anne’s Lace”. Carrot seed oil is also rich in carotene and vitamin A, both of which are very beneficial for the eyes and are effective antioxidants.

Precaution

There are no known risks of this essential oil. But pregnant women should avoid it since research has not been conducted to tell which attributes and stimulating qualities are passed to the fetus.

Benefits

Protects From Aging

Carrot seed oil can help you retain your youth. Antioxidants in this essential oil protect your skin from wrinkles, keep your hair from turning white, your joints from stiffening, your muscles from weakening and your eyesight from declining. They can protect you from other problems related to aging.

Cures Infection

This powerful essential oil can cure infections and protect against their effects. When externally applied, carrot seed oil can cure infections on the skin and in open wounds. When ingested, it effectively helps to cure infections of the throat, mouth, colon, stomach, intestines and urinary system.

Detoxifies The Body

Carrot seed oil has the ability to detoxify the blood, tissues, muscles, and internal organs like the liver and kidneys. It can neutralize excess bile secreted by the liver and cure infections in cases of jaundice. It eliminates toxins like uric acid from the blood, tissues, muscles, and joints, thereby helping to cure edema, arthritis, gout, and rheumatism.

Contains Anticarcinogenic Properties

Carrot seed oil is beneficial in curing some forms of cancer as well, especially those of the mouth, throat, stomach, prostate, and kidneys. These anti-carcinogenic properties can be attributed partly to its antioxidant properties, but also to various other medicinal properties of its natural components.

Expels Gases

Carrot seed oil helps to expel gases from the intestines. By consuming this oil, you will probably feel so relaxed and light that you will think you can really fly!

Restores Overall Health

Carrot seed oil can purify all the organ systems of our body, particularly the circulatory, digestive, and the excretory systems. It removes toxins like uric acid, urea, insecticides, pesticides, and other chemicals which enter the body through our food and water and help restore overall health.

Increases Urination

Carrot seed oil is diuretic in nature, meaning that it increases urination. Surprisingly, Urination alone can keep you safe from many ailments. Each time you urinate, fat (almost 4% of the volume), toxic substances like uric acid and bile, and microbes that cause infections in the urinary system and otherwise, are removed from the body with urine.

Works as a Stimulator

Carrot Seed Oil stimulates both circulation and metabolic function. It also stimulates the secretion of hormones, enzymes, gastric juices, bile, and the peristaltic motion of the intestines, thus keeping all the organic systems active and efficient. It also stimulates brain functions and nerves, thus making you more alert and active.

Eliminate Worms

It can eliminate the worms in your intestines. Carrot Seed Oil can help children get rid of this annoying problem, which can result in malnutrition and other harmful conditions.

Works as a Toner

Carrot seed oil tones up tissues and muscles and increases their efficiency. It tones the liver, stomach, and the flow of digestive juices, thus bringing the entire digestive system to a normal order. the oil also tones the skin and prevents it from hanging loose or showing signs of aging.

Stimulates Growth

Carrot seed oil stimulates the growth of new cells and tissues.

Side Effects

Carrot seed oil does not seem to produce any side effects, but like many essential oils, we don't recommend for use with pregnant women or children. Some essential oils may cause irritation or allergic reactions in people with sensitive skin so it is wise to do a patch test before using regularly.