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Benefits Of Adding Coriander To Your Food

Coriander, commonly known as hara dhaniya in local terms and Coriandrum sativum in scientific terms, is an aromatic herb native to Southern Europe and Western Asia. Coriander is a natural aphrodisiac, a great source of dietary fiber, magnesium and iron. In this article we are going to share some benefits of cariander.

1) Treats Diarrhea

The components of essential oils found in coriander such as borneol and linalool, aid in digestion, proper functioning of the liver, and bonding of bowels, while also helping treat diarrhea.

Benefits Of Adding Coriander To Your Food

2) Controls Blood Pressure

Experts often recommend coriander salad to patients suffering from hypertension. It consists of calcium ions which interact with cholinergic (a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system) to reduce chances of cardiovascular conditions such as heart attacks and strokes.

3) Treats Mouth Ulcers

Citronellol, a component of essential oils in coriander, is an excellent antiseptic. Additionally, other components have antimicrobial and healing effects which keep wounds and ulcers in the mouth from worsening.


4) Boosts Healthy Bones

Coriander is recommended for people who suffer from diseases like osteoporosis. People who want to focus on their bone health should include coriander in their daily diets since it contains calcium along with other minerals (specifically present in the center part of the leaves), which help with bone regrowth, durability and prevention of bone degradation.

5) Prevents Anemia

Coriander is high in iron, which directly helps people who suffer from anemia. Low iron content in the blood can result in shortness of breath, heart palpitations, extreme fatigue, and a decrease in cognitive functions. Iron also benefits the proper functioning of other organs, increases energy and strength, and promotes bone health.


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