Package 90gr (either 500gr & 1kg) containing Coriander (Powder)
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Coriander is a spice with many healing properties. Its seeds are small, round with a brown color. The seeds, leaves and even the roots of coriander are edible and have very special flavors and uses. Coriander contains rich amounts of vitamins A, C and K, folic acid, iron, calcium, magnesium and potassium, as well as small amounts of niacin, vitamin B and zinc.
Coriander has many names with some of them being Koliandros, Koliantros, Koliandro, Koriandro & Koliantro!
It is an herbaceous aromatic plant whose leaves and fruits are used in cooking, medicine and confectionery.
It is of the same family as parsley and looks like parsley, with some even calling it (Chinese parsley) while its taste is reminiscent of celery. It is an herb whose parts are useful from the root and the leaves to the dried fruits.
The word coriander in food preparation can refer exclusively to seeds (as a spice), rather than to the plant. The seeds, when crushed, have a lemony citrus flavor due to the terpenes, linalool and pinene. It has been described as hot, spicy and orange-flavored.
The nutritional profile of coriander is different from fresh shoots and leaves. The leaves are particularly rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K, with a moderate content of dietary minerals.
Although seeds are generally lower in vitamins, they provide significant amounts of dietary fiber, calcium, selenium, iron, magnesium and manganese.
- Coriander is considered to balance blood sugar levels in the blood, as well as to help fight stress, migraines, fatigue and anorexia.
-Coliander helps the digestive system and opens the appetite. Reduces bloating and facilitates digestion.
-It is also considered to be a stimulant and has a positive effect on the nervous system.
-Coriander has the ability to neutralize germs such as salmonella which is the cause of food poisoning.
- Sauces and foods containing coriander can kill germs.
-Properties of coriander, is its ability to reduce the cramps of the period.
-Strengthens the immune system and thanks to its high iron content helps fight anemia.
-Treats problems with your respiratory system.
-Drink a tea with a handful of coriander leaves per cup of water. This will help eliminate mucus from the lungs, larynx and even the nose.
- Coriander can be used to treat diarrhea when it is due to fungi or germs.
-Reduces the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood and helps eliminate the accumulated fat from the inner walls of the veins and arteries, preventing heart attacks.
-Reduces inflammation caused by rheumatism and arthritis, two very painful and degenerative diseases.
-Treats kidney problems, from fluid retention to kidney stones.
-Fights anemia, because it has a high content of iron. It is ideal for people who are iron deficient. The best way to consume it is raw in salads, in tea, chopped as an additive in soups, creams or sauces.
-Fights conjunctivitis. Coriander because it is an excellent disinfectant, can be used to treat many diseases such as conjunctivitis. It is also used to treat macular degeneration and other stressors that affect vision.
-It can also be used to treat minor eye injuries. Make a tea with a handful of coriander leaves and a cup of boiling water. Once cool, soak a little cotton in the liquid and rub it over your eye.
-Coriander helps improve the health and function of the liver, pancreas, lungs, stomach and endocrine glands.
- Coriander helps, among other things, in the fight against stress.
-Helps regulate blood sugar levels and treat fatigue and migraines.
-Helps women who have trouble producing breast milk after giving birth (for example those who have had a caesarean section) should try to drink coriander tea.
-It is good for relieving the symptoms of liver failure, for cleansing the body of bacteria and removing LDL, the bad cholesterol from the blood.
-Soothe stomach pain by making a decoction of coriander. The tea made with coriander seeds, helps digestion when drunk after eating. Simply boil a teaspoon of coriander in a cup of water for ten minutes and strain it. Drink a cup after each meal.
-It can also relieve intestinal colic. antiseptic, detoxifying and analgesic.
-Treat aerophagia with coriander decoction.
-Every time you suffer from bloating and belching, put half a teaspoon in a cup of hot water. coriander seeds, leave for 10 minutes to act and drink it. You will soon get rid of the discomfort because this particular herb is known for its digestive and antispasmodic properties.
-Its external use also seems to reduce muscle aches and joint pains in case of rheumatism and arthritis. * It is diuretic, antifungal, fat dissolving, invigorating,
In the kitchen
The leaves and seeds of coriander are very popular especially in Asian and Mexican cuisine, as they are widely used in salads, soups, marinades, but also in fish or meat specialties, as it perfectly highlights their taste.
Its aroma, reminiscent of lemon, is perfectly combined with cumin but also with garlic and ginger, while it goes well with foods such as artichokes and mushrooms.
Just make sure to add it at the end of cooking so that it does not lose its aroma and vitamins. Finally, keep in mind that Coriander is also used in the preparation of bread and various liqueurs, ouzo and beer, as well as in the preparation of perfumes and cosmetics.
Origin: Greece. Imathia (cultivable)
Harvest: Summer 2020
Store: In a dark and cool (5oC - 15oC) place
|Origin:||Ελλάδα. Νομό Ημαθίας (καλλιεργήσιμο)|
|Stored At:||In a dark and cool (5oC – 15oC) place|
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