Ajowan Seed Essential Oil (Trachyspermum ammi) is also commonly known as Ajwain, Indian Thyme, and Bishop's Weed. Derived from the Apiaceae family, the essential oil has a strong herbaceous, spicy aroma presenting a top fragrance note.
Part of the Rocky Mountain Oils Relief and Sleep collections, Ajowan Seed Essential Oil may help promote courage and reduce feelings of deep frustration, when diffused or directly inhaled. Ajowan Seed Essential Oil may be used interchangeably with Thyme Essential Oil, as the two are similar in both scent and effectiveness.
- Add to a diffuser
- Direct inhalation
- Dilute with a carrier oil for topical application(considered a hot oil)
- Add to blends that are created to deter insects
Relax the Back Bath Oil
- 1 cup Sweet Almond oil
- 15 drops Ajowan Seed
- 5 drops Eucalyptus radiata
- 1 cup Epsom Salt
Combine all ingredients in a glass bottle or jar. Shake well to mix. Dissolve 1 tablespoon of mixture into 1 cup Epsom or Sea Salts and add to a warm/hot bath. Can also use 1/2 teaspoon of the blend as a massage oil for the back. (Be sure to test on a penny-sized portion of skin first, to make sure you can handle the blend.)
Dilute for topical application as this is considered a hot oil. Not recommended for use while pregnant. A little goes a long way as this oil has a strong aroma.
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