Cilantro

Cilantro, also known as Chinese parsley, is the leaf of the coriander plant. The spice coriander is the seed.

Health Benefits of Cilantro Herb:

  • Reduce the cholesterol deposition along the inner walls of the arteries and veins.
  • Helpful in diarrhea caused by microbial and fungal action.
  • Can heal up of ulcers and freshen up the breath.
  • Cilantro is good in iron content which directly helps curing anemia.
  • Helps in proper secretion of enzymes and digestive juices in the stomach, stimulates digestion and peristaltic motion.
  • Reduce the pain and have a soothing effect on pox patients.
  • Help protect the eyes from contagious diseases like conjunctivitis.
  • An ideal for curing skin disorders such as eczema, dryness and fungal infections.

 

Nutrients you can get in Cilantro herb:
Cilantro herb contains vitamins and minerals like vitamins A, vitamins B, vitamins C, vitamins K and minerals (iron, copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, zinc and magnesium).

Dosage in using Cilantro herb:
Licensed herbalists often recommend the following daily dosage.
A daily dose is usually 3.0 g.
As an infusion – 1 cup between meals.
As a fluid extract, usually 5 to 30 drops.

 

Possible Side Effects and Interactions of Cilantro:
As a medicinal herb, cilantro is usually considered safe. Because of the volatility of the seeds, they may cause an allergic reaction and some people may experience dermatitis after handling the leaves. Breastfeeding and pregnant women should not use excessive amount of this herb.

 

 

For more information about Cilantro herb, visit link below:

Cilantro Herb at LiveStrong
Cilantro Herb at Organic Facts
Cilantro Herb at Nutrition and You
Cilantro Herb at The Herbal Resource