coriandrum sativum


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Related to coriandrum sativum: coriander, Andrographis paniculata
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cilantro

cilantro

Yes, cilantro and coriander are the same thing. Flowers and seeds taste like the leaves. Use raw. Used to chelate heavy metals out of the body. A very cleansing green. Use leaves, roots, seeds, the whole thing.
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Romeiro RS, Simoes AR, Muchovej JJ, Oliveira JR, Souza RM (1994) Bacterial sudden yellow death and soft rot of Coriandrum sativum.
Coriandrum sativum is a flavoring used in foods of China, Mexico, India and South America.
In traditional medicine the usual dose of Coriandrum sativum seed powder is from 1-5 g three times a day which translates to 43-71 mg/kg oral dose for a 70 kg person.
En la presente investigacion se determino el efecto inhibitorio del crecimiento de Clostridium perfringens, frente a extractos obtenidos con diferentes solventes de los bulbos de Allium sativum (ajo); de las hojas y tallos de Coriandrum sativum (cilantro), Eugenia Caryophyllata (clavo de olor), Origanum vulgare (oregano), Rosmarinus officinalis (romero) y Thymus vulgaris (tomillo), con el fin de obtener metodos alternativos, que sean organicos para la conservacion de alimentos carnicos.
Los bulbos de Allium sativum, los botones de Eugenia caryophyllata fueron adquiridos en mercados locales de Manizales (Caldas); tallos y hojas de Coriandrum sativum, Origanum vulgare, Rosmarinus officinalis y Thymus vulgaris son provenientes de los cultivos de plantas medicinales del municipio de Villamaria (Caldas).
Chemical composition of the seed oil of Coriandrum sativum L.
used in cooking) were Foeniculum vulgare (for prevention of loss of appetite, indigestion, and so as to not have foul odor in mouth), Allium cepa (to be taken to prevent weakness and low sperm density), Allium sativum (to prevent heart disorders and rheumatism), Syzygium aromaticum (to prevent coughs), Capsicum frutescens (to prevent fever), Coriandrum sativum (to prevent biliary disorders, bloating, indigestion, and weakness), Curcuma longa (to prevent coughs, bloating, and indigestion), and Zingiber officinale (to prevent indigestion, coughs, and mucus formation).