October 16, 2010

coriander health benefitsCoriander (Coriandrum sativum) is a herb with very beautiful white flowers and leaves resembling parsley leaves. It is native to Europe, southwest Asia and North America (where it is also known as cilantro). Coriander is a far relative to carrots and it’s been cultivated since the Neolithic era. Coriander health benefits were known in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greek and Roman Empires, and since those times coriander leaves, roots and fruits are used for various herbal remedies, as well as for making pickles and spicing sausages. Read the rest of this entry »