The botanical name of cumin seed Co2 oil is Cuminum cyminum and the plant part used for extracting the oil are the seeds. Cumin comes from the parsley family of essential oils and is extraction is done through the Co2 extraction method. Cumin is delicate, small and annual herb and grows 20 inches high and has slim stems, dark green feathery leaves and small pink or white flowers and later followed by small seeds. The colour of the liquid is pale yellow in colour and has many medicinal properties. Oil is widely used for medicinal purposes and food flavouring and it is an antiseptic, anti-toxic, anti-oxidant, digestive, aphrodisiac, antispasmodic, bactericidal, larvicidal, emmenagogue, diuretic, nervine and a stimulant.
Cumin seed Co2 oil is used as a warming oil to alleviate muscular pains and also in osteoarthritis. In the digestive system it is used as a stimulant that helps with colic, dyspepsia, flatulence, bloating and indigestion. Cumin seed Co2 oil is known to have a positive effect on migraine, headaches, and physical exhaustion. The oil has anti-inflammatory properties and it is an ANTIVIRAL also which helps digestion, protects liver and stimulate immune system.