Many households use this herb to flavor their cuisine. Today, we'll look at some of the herb's additional therapeutic applications.
1: Coriander is a remedy for dysentery. Dysentery is an intestine inflammation that is commonly accompanied by bloody diarrhoea and is caused by shigella bacteria or an amoeba. It is frequently transmitted by contaminated food or drink.
Stomach cramps, fever, abdominal pain, and bloody or mucusy diarrhoea are all symptoms.
Coriander possesses antibacterial characteristics that aid in the battle against salmonella infections, which are commonly found in food.
It also helps with diarrhoea, particularly diarrhoea caused by fungus infections.
The essential volatile oils borneol, linalool, cineol, terpineol, cymene, dipentene, pinene, and others are present in the leaves and seeds. Digestion and peristaltic action are aided by the essential oils.
The leaves are a natural cleanser. They're utilized to get rid of heavy metals and harmful substances from the body.
Vitamins such as folic acid, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin A, beta-carotene, and vitamin C are also abundant in coriander.
After each meal, chew 1 spoonful of dry Dhania fruits.
2: Used to strengthen the stomach after a bout of persistent diarrhoea and dysentery. Drink a tablespoon of sifted Dhania powder mixed with 250ml (half a cup) plain yoghurt 2-3 times a day.
Coriander leaves have no cholesterol but are high in antioxidants and dietary fibers.
This trait aids in the reduction of LDL (bad cholesterol) and the increase of HDL (good cholesterol) levels in the blood.
It has digestive characteristics and can help with stomach gas. It's also anti-inflammatory.
It's one of the best sources of vitamin K, which helps increase bone mass by encouraging osteoporatic activity in the bones.
The antioxidants in coriander leaves are the finest therapy for flushing toxins from the body after smoking, and this aids in the healing of lungs tissues that have been damaged.
With that stated, coriander is a simple to grow plant whose leaves and seeds are the most commonly utilized components, yet all parts of the plant are edible. It's a cold-tolerant plant, but it won't grow in wet areas.
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