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Coriander Cleanses Your Body Of Pesticides, Heavy Metals And Chemicals

Coriander Cleanses Your Body Of Pesticides, Heavy Metals And Chemicals

We usually use lemon in our detox recipes but there is another plant that works miracles. It will allow you to detoxify your body in no time and without it radically changing your eating habits. Discover it!

Do you want to detoxify your body from heavy metals and other toxic pollutants? Eat coriander! This plant is among the most effective in the field. Coriander is also excellent when it comes to removing the mercury present in the internal organs. Be careful because the existence of heavy metals in your body can cause serious health problems, such as cancer, brain damage, heart disease, kidney disease, chest disease, bone fragility, as well as depressive problems .
According to Aprifel, the Agency for Research and Information in Fruits and Vegetables, coriander is rich 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). It is also rich in vitamins A and K, playing a determining role in blood coagulation and bone fortification. This plant continues to be recognized for its powerful antifungal, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effects: it is particularly able to very quickly reduce infections and inflammation by cleaning your body. In the same way, the phenolic acid contained in the coriander leaves gives it the quality of a powerful antioxidant.

Vinod Nair, Surender Singh and Yogendra Kumar Gupta of the Pharmacy Department of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (New Delhi, India) also conducted research on the anti-arthritic and anti-inflammatory effect of coriander. . A correlation between the decrease in rheumatoid arthritis and the consumption of coriander has been found through rodent testing.

History of Coriander 

Coriander was discovered in the Middle East, hence its name "Arabian parsley" or "cilantro". We find the first traces in the tombs of the pharaohs of Egypt. The coriander was exported to America by the Spaniards during the great discoveries of the Other World. Today, it is grown in Eastern Europe, India, Pakistan, Morocco, Argentina and Mexico. A large part of the world's production is for the production of curry. Coriander is part of the carrot family and is edible by both seeds and leaves, roots and stems. All is eaten!

How to use coriander?

Here's a simple, effective and economical method to use every day to improve your overall health: mix coriander with fresh fruits and vegetables in a smoothie. The most important thing is that everything is fresh and above all not frozen.

Another way to get the amazing results of coriander is to add it to all your meals. Cut the coriander and sprinkle on your food.

Anti-inflammatory recipe
  • Half a glass of water
  • A glass of natural apple juice
  • Half a glass of coriander, fresh and natural
  • A teaspoon of natural wheatgrass powder

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Consume the fresh juice for more taste.

Thanks to the combined anti-inflammatory action of coriander, apple and wheatgrass, you will be relieved of inflammatory pain! Similarly, this juice prevents the appearance of free radicals and inflammatory reactions because it contains many antioxidants, beneficial to the proper functioning of the body.

Be careful when you have oral allergy or if you are taking anticoagulant medications, coriander can be discouraged. It contains a high vitamin K content that may be incompatible with a treatment related to blood clotting.