Considered as one of the oldest spice in the world, possibly dating back to 5,000BC, its seeds and leaves have been cooked for thousands of years. Today, coriander is one of the main ingredients in traditional ethnic cooking. Traditionally, was mixed with honey to prepare skin care anti-inflammatory balms. In Persian medicine, it was recommended to treat anxiety and sleeping disorders. Coriander is an excellent source of vitamins (A, C, K, B9), as well as minerals, magnesium, calcium and even trace elements such as potassium and iron. Thanks to its soothing and antibacterial properties, it is very efficient to cure various skin diseases. Rich in phenolic compounds, the leaves and seeds have also demonstrated interesting antioxidant properties.
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