Basic Characteristics and Origin of Coriander
For this reason, coriander is known as Chinese parsley, but unlike parsley it possesses a different flavor, reminiscent of a mixture of sage and citrus.
In form of leaves, coriander is used in Asian cuisine and the cuisine of Morocco and South America.
Nutritional Composition of Coriander
Since the vitamins, most represented is vitamin C, then vitamin A.
Health Benefits of Coriander
Also, coriander has beneficial effects on digestion, appetite, secretion of digestive enzymes; it has a positive effect on the liver function.
Coriander helps in eliminating constipation and hemorrhoids treatment, as well as cramps and pain reliever in the stomach.
It has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, which destroys bacteria and fungi, and then clean the body of accumulated toxins.
Coriander has anti-inflammatory effect; reducing pain and swelling caused by fluid retention; it also has an anti degenerative operation on cartilage.
Coriander possesses strong antibacterial activity, and helps in the treatment of bacterial infections of the bladder and kidneys.
In order to achieve this effect is recommended to mix half a teaspoon of ground coriander with spoon of honey and hold it in the mouth until it dissolved.