Coriander ( Coriandrum sativum )

Coriandrum sativumBotanical name: Coriandrum sativum
Origin: Egypt/ Israel
Therapeutic actions: Anti-halitosis; Aromatic; Carminative; Expectorant; Narcotic; Stimulant; Stomachic.
Drug Interactions: No known drug interactions.
Description: The fruits (seeds) are Coriander; the leaves are known as Cilantro. Cilantro has been found to chelate (remove) heavy metals like mercury, aluminum and lead from the body. In fact, it is believed to cross the blood-brain barrier and actually remove said metals from the brain in as little as two weeks. A researcher, Dr. Yoshiaki Omura discovered this by accident.
Internal uses: Coriander is used for the digestive system, treating flatulence, loss of appetite, diarrhea and colic. It settles spasms in the gut and counters the effects of nervous tension. The raw seed is chewed to stimulate the flow of gastric juices and to cure foul breath and will sweeten the breath after garlic has been eaten.

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