In general, it is quite common to see coffee plants in the South American rainforest areas but they were first originated in Guatemala. These plants are responsible for producing red fruits which are used so as to make coffee. The parts of the plants that are basically used in production are seeds either green or roasted. Normally, there are two methods through which oil is extracted from these plants. The first method is referred to as the cold pressed method in which a low heat process is used for the purpose of extracting the oil from the plant. While, the second one is known as CO2 method in which carbon dioxide is utilized in order to extract the oil. Most importantly, both the methods are used to extract thick and dark coffee oil with a great and warming fragrance of recently brewed coffee. Caffeine Cafestol and Kahweol Diterpenes are the two major ingredients of coffee essential oil.
As far as the usage of coffee essential oil is concerned, they can do wonders when it comes to use for flavoring varied different food products like chocolate and baked goods. They are also used in the making of several beauty and household products such fragrances, blocks, skin lotions, soaps, candles and air fresheners. Their usage has also been noticed in the making of various different medicines used for the treatment of headaches, asthma, as well as heart and lung activities. Plus, they are also useful in increasing blood pressure in the human body and in decreasing the occurrence of several respiratory problems. Apart from this, the anti-oxidant abilities of coffee oil decrease the feelings of nausea and risk of cirrhosis and liver cancer as well.
Of course, the safety and life changing effects of these oils are dependent entirely on their purity and their quality. Frankly speaking, the products that you purchase from department stores, and even health food stores, are of uncertain quality and are not appropriate for healing. For the better outcomes, only pure and natural essential oils should be used.