Description. The part of the world, which regularly cultivates coriander, is India, China, Malaysia, Thailand, the US and European countries. Coriander is rich in vitamins and minerals. Coriander contains calcium, phosphorous, iron, few vitamins from Vitamin B-complex group and Vitamin C. This is the reason why it is freely advised in any condition related to avitaminosis. Coriander helps improving digestion. It helps in stimulating hunger to patients who are anorexic. Coriander helps relieving distention in addition. The properties of coriander are cholagogic, antiseptic, analgetic, expectorant, diuretic and many others. Use. Dry fruits of coriander are used for diarrhea and dysentery. Whole night soaking of dry fruits in water and drinking that water in the morning has proven effects on acid peptic disease problem. In dry and fresh both the forms, coriander reduces acidity. In any type of fever, coriander adds to relief by inducing urination in a natural way. Mild decoction of coriander is recommended for mouthwash (for mouth inflammations) and eyewash. It gives relief from burning sensation of eyes and relieves pain. To summarize, coriander is very commonly, worldwide available herb. It is used as a fresh spice as well as medicine. One can safely use it without medical advice in day-to-day problems like indigestion, cold-cough etc.
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