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Health Benefits of Coriander


Coriander Plant
Coriander or Dhania is an admired herb particularly in Middle Eastern countries, India, Thailand, Spain, Mexico and casing South America. Coriander Leaves are well known for its captivating aroma and is its fresh leaves are mainly used in dishes as a garnishing herb. Its seed powder is used as a spice.
Coriander leaves not only helps develop the tang of any dish but also have several health benefits. Scientist are now started to value it as a healthy herb. Few of the important health benefits of Coriander are given below.
  • It’s a good Detoxifying agent, particularly helpful in eliminating heavy metals like Mercury, Lead and other toxic waste from the body.
  • Anti-Inflammatory, thus good for the arthritis patients.
  • Anti-Bacterial.
  • Helps in digestion and adds fiber.
  • Keep urinary tract infections at bay.   
  • Good source of magnesium and iron.
  • Promotes healthy liver functions.
  •  Builds immunity against all kinds of bacterial and viral infections.
  • Good for Diabetic patients as it is helpful in reducing sugar lever.

So, make this inexpensive yet amazing herb a part of your every day diet. As a garnish herb, juice few of its fresh leaves to your bowl of soups or gravies for a healthy living.  
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Note:-This is a blog about health, nutirtion, diet food, nutritional supplement, health problems, weed, medicinal plants, healthy living. In this health and wellness blog I am discussing the herbal uses, effects of weed, about herbs, food for vegetarians, medicinal plants like celery, dandelion, amla, milk thistle and all other natural healers for healthy living. The motive behind this blog is to bring awareness among people about its surrounding, the mother nature and its precious gifts. The Gifts that we have forgotten long back. Please consult your doctor or herbal practitioner before using any herbs.