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Coriander leaves: how to use and which disease in helpful it is.



Coriander is known in India as coriander and in parts of America and Europe, it is known as Cilantro. This herb is widely used in the world as a spice and garnish for dishes in the world. It contains eleven components, six types of acids, minerals and vitamins that make it very beneficial. Coriander provides many health benefits. It helps in the treatment of skin disorders such as swelling, more cholesterol, diarrhea, mouth ulcers, anemia, indigestion, menstrual, smallpox, and diabetes. It is usually used in recipes in raw or dry form. Dry coriander is found in both forms and in both forms. Coriander seed oil is also used. 

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Arthritis

Due to anti-inflammatory properties of coriander, it is also used to relieve arthritis. For this, you add powder of semi-spoon coriander seeds to Shea butter, coconut oil or in your favorite fragrance lotion. It will be very beneficial. Coriander seed oil also has benefits for arthritis. For this, you should mix 5 tablespoons coriander oil in a tablespoon of coconut oil, olive oil or grapes seeds, massage your joints or else you can use other anti-inflammatory oil like frankincense, Tea Tree Oil, Teas pot Oil and Lemon Oil.

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Diabetes

Coriander seeds maintain insulin activity and reduce blood glucose levels. Insulin secretion in the pancreas increases due to the stimulating effect of coriander on the endocrine glands. It reduces the level of blood glucose rapidly due to other normal metabolic functions. For this, you can use coriander powder or coriander seeds, in soup, pickle and juice. You can also use coriander water. For this, you should keep 10 grams of coriander seeds soaked in water for the whole night and in the morning, drink that water.

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Eyes infection

Coriander seeds have high antioxidant properties which help in reducing itching, redness and swelling in the eyes. Antibacterial properties are found in the seeds of coriander, which conjunctivitis protect the eyes from infectious diseases. If you have a conjunctivitis problem, then wash your eyes with the decoction of coriander seeds. Besides, to get rid of various problems of eyes, take the empty stomach coriander daily.

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Skin

Coriander contains insecticides, toxic ants, antiseptic, anti fungal, and antioxidant properties that help to clean skin disorders like eczema, dryness and fungal infections. As mentioned earlier, coriander is rich in many antioxidants that prevent free radicals from harming the skin cells. Vitamin A is a significant soluble vitamin and antioxidant that is important for maintaining the mucus membranes and the skin healthy. Vitamin C is a powerful natural antioxidant that fights with free radicals that help in preventing symptoms of aging such as loose skin, wrinkles, pigmentation etc.

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High blood pressure

Apart from reducing LDL cholesterol, coriander helps in reducing high blood pressure. This herb is a good source of potassium, magnesium, calcium, manganese and iron. It helps control heart rate and blood pressure due to high potassium and low sodium. People may have more blood pressure due to various reasons. And one of the reasons is stress. By eating coriander there is less anxiety and stress which also helps to control your blood pressure. Thus, it controls your blood pressure.

 

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About Vidhi mistry

Dr. Vidhi who has made wholeheartedly contribution to the welfare of many people through Ayurveda is one of the million people who was inspired by her father and her own life incident to choose the correct path in her life. Born in a family of renowned physician Dr. Madan Gulati and Dr. Saras Gulati, she was brought up under the shadow of Ayurveda. This was not just a reason to choose Ayurveda as her career but one of her childhood events also molded her into a true believer of Ayurveda.

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