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caraway seed oil
caraway seed oil[′kar·ə‚wā ‚sēd ‚ȯil]
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Magd El-Din (2001) evaluated the efficacy of 3 essential oils to control 3 stored-product insects, among which caraway seed oil
demonstrated high toxicity to both insect eggs and adults.
Caraway seed oil
mixed with alcohol and castor oil is good treatment for scabies.
In addition, the fatty acid composition revealed that Tunisian caraway seed oil
is rich in an unusual fatty acid--petroselinic acid -- which is of potential industrial significance.
A combination of chamomile abdominal compresses, massage using caraway seed oil
and light rhythmical body oiling helped one boy with major digestive and constipation problems improve his digestive functioning.