- Contains antioxidants & anti ageing properties
- Fights infections
- Detoxifies blood
- Prevent acidity
- Kills worms
- Can be used for aromatherapy
- Controls menstrual cycle
- Strengthens hair & makes them shiny
- Firms and tones skin
- Helps cure cancer of prostate, mouth, stomach and kidneys.
- Cures infections and prevents tetanus
- Provides relief from stress
- Protects from macular degeneration and sexual weaknesses
- Expels gas from intestines
- When used for aromatherapy, you can sprinkle a few drops onto a cloth or tissue and inhale deeply, or use a commercial aromatherapy diffuser or vaporizer. Practitioners of aromatherapy often combine carrot seed oil with other therapeutic oils, such as cedar, cinnamon, grapefruit, or geranium essential oil.
- Like all essential oils, carrot seed oil must be mixed with a carrier oil before applying topically. For this reason, it cannot be used as a tanning oil. Tanning oils, including those with SPFs, attract the sun’s UVA rays to your skin. Some people use them to try to tan safely, but there is no way to get a safe tan.
- It can be added to a cream or used in a mixture with almond oil: it tones the skin and even removes wrinkles. It is usually enough to add 3-5 drops of essential oils of carrots to the basis of 10 g oil or cream. In winter and early spring, it helps to compensate for the deficiency of vitamins in the skin
- When used topically, add no more than 12 drops of carrot seed oil to 1 fluid ounce (30 milliliters) of a carrier oil, lotion, vegetable butter, or moisturizing cream. Carrot seed oil must never be used near the eyes, in the nose or ears, on the genitals, or on any other sensitive areas of skin.