Carrot root Herb

Carrot root Herb

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 Carrot Root Powder Daucus carota

It is an aromatic herb with diuretic and digestive properties, useful to stimulates the uterus. It has anti-cancer properties and improves eyesight and skin health, due to it being a rich source of beta-carotene.


  • It is also used to treat flatulence, indigestion, cystitis, gout, edema, and menstrual problems.
  • Carrot (sativa) juice is included in diets for cancer patients. Carrots are reported to rid the body of threadworms, if eaten raw. The carotene in the juice is converted to vitamin A in the liver.
  • Including carrots (sativa) in a daily diet is reported to improve eyesight, especially night vision, as the functioning of the eye requires some of the nutritional components found in carrots.
  • Carotene is extracted from carrots (sativa) for commercial food supplements.

    Carrot powder is high in beta carotene and has a creamy orange color when added to soaps and other formulations. Use carrot root powder as a color additive in your all-natural products. Add about 1-2 tablespoons per pound of soap. Make your own Gardeners Bar with carrot powder, carrot oil, cinnamon and nutmeg essential oils and cinnamon and nutmeg powders for a spiced look!

  • Aromatherapy and essential oil use
    • The essential oil made from carrot seeds is an excellent body purifier. It boosts the liver and has a positive effect on the digestive system and bowels.
    • It assists in the formation of red blood corpuscles (cells) and has a strengthening effect on the skin.
    • It also helps to reduce age spots and gives the skin a more youthful complexion, due to its formative action on epidermal cells.
    • The essential oil should not be confused with a macerated oil made by infusing carrots into a base oil - and although this macerated oil is helpful for a variety of things, it does NOT have the therapeutic properties of the essential oil.
    • Also used successfully on ulcers, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo and boils.
    • It has carminative, diuretic, emmenagogue, stimulant, and tonic properties.