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Other Names: Coriander, Coriander Seed, Cilantro, Dhaniya, Chinese Parsley, Greek Parsley, Japanese Parsley, Arab Parsley, Coriandrum Sativum
Traditional Usages: Culinary Spice, Flatulence, Bloating, Cramps, Digestive Aid, Settles Spasms in the Gut, Counters Nervous Disorders, Coughs, Chest Pains, Bladder Complaints, Leprosy Rash, Fever, Dysentery, Headaches, Oral Inflammations, Postpartum Complications, Loss of Appetite, Chickenpox, Measles, Hemorrhoids, Rectal Prolapse, Chew leaves to sweeten the breath, Laxative, Gastroenteritis, Natural cleansing Agent removing metals and toxins from the body.
Reources: Britain, Europe, Mediterrenean Region, Western Asia, Northern Africa, China
Parts Used: Seeds, Leaves, Roots, Essential oil
Administration Method: Crushed and powdered.
Herb Action: Antispasmodic, antibacterial, antifungal, digestive stimulant
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. Consult your doctor before taking Coriander. Do not take Essential Oil internally.
Fresh Coriander - Herbal remedy for Blood Pressure: The stems of fresh coriander is a remedy for blood pressure. Add chopped stems to any food.
Fresh Coriander - Herbal remedy for Conjunctivitis: Blend some coriander sprigs and leaves. Strain the juice and put two drops in the affected eye twice a day.
Fresh Coriander - Herbal remedy for Dysentery: Boil two tablespoons of fresh coriander in cup of water. Let it cool down and drink it.
Fresh Coriander - Herbal remedy for Hemorrhoids: Grind some fresh coriander leaves and squeeze the juice out. Take 1 tablespoon of coriander juice with 1 teaspoon of sugar 3 times daily
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