Considered both an herb and a spice, coriander is technically the seed of the cilantro plant. Though it’s grown all over the world, coriander originated in the Mediterranean where it has been extensively used as a culinary ingredient for thousands of years. However, coriander also has medicinal properties and has traditionally been used to reduce stomach gas, encourage digestion and treat muscle spasms. External applications of coriander leaves (cilantro) can also be sued to treat a cough or chest pain. Rich in vitamin C and K, dietary fiber and iron, coriander also has anti-inflammatory properties that helps your body run smoothly.
– Reduce stomach gas
– Encourage digestion
– Treat muscle spasms
– Reduce coughing and chest pain
– Promotes healthy liver functioning