It really is a matter of taste: Some people love it, and some have a genuine dislike for it. Most of us probably don't have a strong opinion about this herb. Our topic of the day is coriander. For all those who are not so enthusiastic about using it regularly, the insights we'll be sharing tonight might just provide you with some motivation.
A powerful green herb
Even in ancient times, coriander was valued for its multifaceted health promoting benefits. The classical Greek physician Hippocrates of Kos, traditional Chinese medicine as well as Ayurveda from India all recommend regular consumption of this herb. Why this was the case in the past and why it should still be the case today is easy enough to explain. Coriander has an internal cleansing effect on the body, making it ideally suitable for a detox regimen. If this is something that you would like to try, making a tea with fresh coriander greens is the way to go. Doing this helps the body to free itself of harmful substances, which equates to less strain on the body and improved regeneration of mucous membranes.
Moreover, this green herb can be utilised to treat a number of different inflammatory conditions. Especially good results have been achieved with painful inflammation of the joints, muscles and connective tissue – this could be confirmed in clinical studies. Some researchers are even of the opinion that coriander is a natural antibiotic, and this could be extremely beneficial, especially in cases of antibiotic resistance. This is ascribed to the bactericidal effects of the herb.
If we have a closer look at the actual makeup of coriander, it quickly becomes clear why it is that this plant encourages good health. It contains important minerals like calcium, magnesium, sulphur and phosphorus. As for vitamins, coriander provides a wealth of important B vitamins as well as vitamin A. Let's not forget another beneficial component of this green herb: It contains chlorophyll, which strengthens the immune system and provides the body with antioxidants. These make our bodies more resilient.
Coriander and Bentomed – an ideal combination for digestive complaints
This green herb also has quite a reputation for its effectiveness in treating stomach and intestinal problems. The is based on the fact that coriander reduces gas in the digestive tract, while at the same time normalising the appetite. The anti-microbial effects of this plant naturally provide many benefits to the stomach and intestinal tract as this effect eases digestive function, which naturally can encourage good health. For digestive system complaints, it's best to use coriander in the form of a tea – the green coriander leaves are best in this case. The ideal combination consists of coriander and fangocur Bentomed. Healing clay is also anti-bacterial, and it also picks up harmful substances in the digestive tract, encouraging them to pass out of the body. Healing of the sensitive mucosal lining of the digestive tract is supported in a natural way.
Use Bentomed for three weeks in the morning and evening, and in parallel enjoy a cup of coriander tea in the morning and afternoon. You'll quickly see the results as your overall digestion improves!
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Source (in German): https://www.zentrum-der-gesundheit.de/ernaehrung/lebensmittel/gewuerze/koriander