Our body is constantly being attacked by various pollutants which can cause a great damage and because of that we need to regularly detox the body from all the accumulated toxins. The presence of toxins and heavy metals in our bodies can cause serious health issues like kidney disease,heart disease, cancer, brain damage, respiratory issues, bone fragility, and as well as depressive problems.
For that purpose, we commonly use lemon, but there is also another ingredient which can efficiently detox our body, coriander.
Coriander is a part of the carrot family and it is also recognized under the names of “Arabian parsley” or “cilantro”. It has been used since ancient times and that has been proven by its traces in the tombs of the pharaohs of Egypt. Nowadays, it is grown in Eastern Europe, India, Pakistan, Morocco, Argentina and Mexico, and a large part of the world’s production is for the production of curry. Each part of the coriander is edible and beneficial for our body.
Coriander can help us in removing all the toxins from the body without following any specific eating regime. Moreover, it has the ability to eliminate the mercury found in the internal organs. This plant is packed with valuable nutrients highly beneficial for our body.
Namely, Aprifel – the Agency for Research and Information in Fruits and Vegetables states that coriander is high in calcium (67 mg per 100g), potassium (26.05% of the Recommended Nutritional Values), iron (12.64% of the NRVs), magnesium (26 mg per 100g) and manganese (21.50% of NRVs). In addition to this, it contains vitamins A and K, which are very important for the blood coagulation and bone fortification.
Coriander displays potent antifungal, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties due to which it can quickly lower infections and inflammation. This plant is as well as potent antioxidant that can fight off free radicals thanks to the content of phenolic acid.
According to an Indian animal study on the anti-arthritic and anti-inflammatory effects of coriander, it was revealed the correlation between the decrease in rheumatoid arthritis and the consumption of coriander. This study was performed on rodents.
Use of coriander in your daily diet
You can mix coriander with fresh fruits and vegetables in a smoothie and thus boost your overall health. However, make sure to use fresh coriander and as well as all the included ingredients.
You can easily introduce coriander in all your meals, just cut the coriander and sprinkle it on your dishes.
Here it is an amazing recipe based on coriander:
½ glass of water
½ glass of coriander, fresh and organic
1 glass of apple juice, organic
1 teaspoon of wheatgrass powder, organic
Take your blender and place all of the listed ingredients, and start blending till you obtain smooth texture. Drink it while it is fresh.
The benefits of the used ingredients
You will be quickly relieved form the inflammatory pain thanks to the combined anti-inflammatory action of coriander, apple and wheatgrass. This juice can protect you from the harmful free radicals and inflammatory reactions as it is packed with antioxidants, beneficial for the proper function of the body.
The use of coriander is not recommended in the case of oral allergy or if you are taking anticoagulant medications. It is rich in vitamin K which can interfere with the treatment of blood clotting.