Spice, garnish and even a cure-all this is cilantro (this herb is also called Chinese parsley). However, not everyone knows that this herb is a reliable assistant in natural medicine. Say goodbye to cholesterol, liver problems, and accumulated fat with cilantro tea, cilantro butter, and other cilantro based recipes.
Coriander(cilantro) blossoms in the middle of summer, and then forms round fruits with a yellow-brown color. The seeds are used as a spice, which perfectly complements meat and fish dishes, soups and sauces. The leaves are used as a salad additive.
Chinese healers advise consuming coriander(cilantro) every day, seasonally in spring and summer. This rule is mandatory for people who have heart problems.
Coriander leaves, as well as seeds, contain various essential oils that make this herb useful for use in folk medicine.
Coriander is an anti-septic, anti-microbiological, anti-inflammatory agent and is a very good source of vitamins A, C, K
In addition, the plant contains many proteins and is rich in trace elements such as manganese, magnesium, iron, fiber, calcium, phosphorus and potassium.
Coriander improves digestion and he takes care of the healthy function of the liver and intestines. Regular consumption of this spice can help lower blood pressure in people with hypertension. Coriander can relieve the symptoms of arthritis and rheumatism due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
This herb helps with various types of gastrointestinal diseases. Coriander successfully treats diarrhea
It has anti-inflammatory properties. Also, the coriander reduces the level of blood sugar, stimulating the excretion of insulin.
The coriander reduces the level of the “bad” cholesterol and increases the level of “good” cholesterol. In this way, it helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases.
Prepare cilantro tea
- 6 gr cilantro(coriander) seeds
- 500 ml water
The coriander tea is prepared by boiling 6 grams of coriander seeds in 500 milliliters of water. You can also sweeten the tea with honey and drink it as a hot drink.
Cilantro tea from cilantro leaves
- hand of coriander leaves
Cut the leaves finely and put in a pot. Pour in water and cook for 10 minutes. Allow to cool, drain and pour into a bottle. Keep the bottle in the refrigerator.
Method of use:
In the course of the day drink a glass and you will soon notice a difference.
- 1 smaller garlic head
- ½ cup almonds or Indian nuts
- 1 cup leaf of fresh coriander(cilantro)
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- 6 tablespoons of olive oil
- Sea salt
The cilantro and oil blend them into a blender. Add the remaining ingredients and mix until you get a homogenous mixture. If necessary, add some water. Now that you know, you can start to use this spice more often!
You can eat it alone or use it as a butter.