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What Is Coriander Good For?

Coriander Seeds

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  • Both coriander seeds and leaves have traditionally been used to reduce gas in the stomach and intestines, stimulate digestion and treat stomach spasms
  • Coriander seeds have powerful cellular antioxidant properties and may help with mild anxiety and insomnia
  • Eating cilantro along with foods that contain heavy metals may reduce the metals’ absorption and toxicity in your body

By Dr. Mercola

Coriander is an aromatic annual plant that grows all over the world, although it's native to the Mediterranean and western Asia. In the U.S., coriander leaves are commonly referred to as cilantro, although they're also known as Chinese parsley when used in Asian cuisine.  

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