Botany: The stems of carrot plant are grow to about 2 feet high with leaves that embrace the stem and blossoms/flowers that are very small. It is the root of the cultivated carrot not the wild carrot that bears the edible vegetable. It is part of the Apiaceae botanical family.
Other Common Names: Wild Carrot, Bishop's Lace, Queen Anne's Lace
Scent Profile: Mid note that has a mildly sweet aroma with earthy, herbaceous undertones.
Benefits the skin in many ways and is a great wound healer.
It is also a regenerative skin healer and can be used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and other signs of aging.
Supports restful sleep.
Blends well with: Helichrysum, rosemary, cistus, lavender, lavandin, German chamomile, yarrow, and Roman chamomile.
Internal use of carrot seed oil may interfere with gestation and is contraindicated during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
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