Cilantro Essential Oil

Add a little extra something to your Latin American and South Asian recipes with a drop or two of Cilantro’s green, crisp, piquant flavour. Unlike its counterpart Coriander, Cilantro has a fragrant, citrusy aroma that is uplifting when diffused.

Benefits and Features

  • Adds a bright, sharp and flavourful addition to recipes calling for fresh cilantro
  • Diffuse for a fragrant, citrusy scent that is calming and elevating.
  • Non-GMO Project Verified

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Product Snapshot

Product Snapshot

Scientific name
Coriandrum sativum
Features & Benefits
  • Adds a bright, sharp and flavourful addition to recipes calling for fresh cilantro
  • Diffuse to create a calming and elevating atmosphere
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
Aromatic Profile
From the bottle: crisp, fragrant, citrusy aroma
Suggested Uses

Suggested Uses

  • Add 1 drop of Cilantro and 1 drop of Lime to your favourite salsa or guacamole recipe.
  • Add to soups, curries, dips, dressings, sauces and marinades for a delicious flavour boost.
  • Substitute fresh cilantro with Cilantro essential oil in recipes.
  • Add 1-2 drops to water, tea or smoothies.
Where to Diffuse
  • Diffuse a few drops for an uplifting atmosphere.
Cilantro has a fresh, pungent and earthy flavour that elevates popular dishes from around the world. It also features a refreshing and citrusy fragrance that is calming and uplifting when diffused.
Label Directions
Topical: Dilute with V-6™ and apply to desired area as needed.
Aromatic: Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily.
Culinary: Add to food or drink recipes to create another layer of flavour.
Storage: Store in a cool, dark place.
Product Background

Product Background

Cilantro has been found in ancient Egyptian tombs, and its fragrant leaves were enjoyed in the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. This flavourful herb became a staple throughout Asia and Europe and gained popularity across the Atlantic when the Spanish brought the plant to Latin America in the 16th century. Even though cilantro and coriander come from the same Coriandrum sativum plant, they have significantly different flavours and uses. In the U.S., Cilantro is from the leaves and stem of the plant, while coriander comes from the dried seeds. Internationally, the leaves and stem are called coriander, while its dried seeds are called coriander seeds.


Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum)† leaf oil
†100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil