Coriander is a spice popular throughout Europe and especially in the Southeast, is traditionally used in the cuisine of China, India, Latin America and Turkey. It gives the dishes a distinctive aroma and distinctive taste.
Beyond its culinary merits, this spice is extremely beneficial to health. This fragrant plant, in some countries called "kilantro". gives meat dishes, soups and creams a specific flavor. It is similar to parsley in appearance but not in taste. You can use the seeds for spice.
Coriander contains many nutrients and minerals, such as calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus. It helps the process of removing heavy metals from the body, neutralizing toxic substances. It also stimulates their excretion as quickly as possible through urine and sweat.
If you have problems with the respiratory system, we recommend coriander leaf tea. Put a handful of leaves in a glass of water. This drink will remove secretions from the lungs, larynx and nose.
It is recommended that young mothers who have problems with milk production drink coriander tea, especially if they have given birth by caesarean section.
Adding even a small amount of coriander to your diet can help keep your bones healthy and healthy for years to come.
Calcium is especially present in the central leaves of coriander, so target this part of the plant if bone health is your focus!
With a look similar to that of flat parsley leaves, coriander is an herb often used to flavor Asian, Caribbean and Mexican dishes. Full of a variety of antioxidants, coriander has a long history as a medicinal herb, often used to aid digestion and help remove toxins from the body.
Depending on your individual genetics, you may find an unusual taste of coriander that you like or reject; try the tea and find out how comfortable you are. For most people, coriander has a fresh, often citrus flavor, making it ideal for delicious tea.
The things you need
- Chopped fresh or dried coriander (1 table spoon)
- Tea infuser
- Tea cup
- Boiling water
- Sugar or honey (optional)
Use the tea infuser for the chopped leaf, pour the boiling water and leave for 10 min to settle, then take the infuser out, add honey if you like and enjoy the benefits of the Coriander tea.
For added flavor, consider adding mint leaves or orange peels to the coriander in the teapot.
It is recommended any time of year and you will definitely feel the good effects very soon.
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