Coriander Seeds دھنیہ
Coriander is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. It is also known as Chinese parsley or dhania, and in the United States the stems and leaves are usually called cilantro. All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most traditionally used in cooking.
Coriander is used for digestion problems including upset stomach, loss of appetite, hernia, nausea, diarrhea, bowel spasms, and intestinal gas. It is also used to treat measles, hemorrhoids, toothaches, worms, and joint pain, as well as infections caused by bacteria and fungus.
Coriander seeds may lower blood sugar by activating certain enzymes. In fact, it’s powerful enough that people with low blood sugar should use it cautiously.
Coriander seeds is full of antioxidants that demonstrate immune-boosting, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotective effects.
Coriander seeds may protect your heart by lowering blood pressure and LDL (bad) cholesterol while increasing HDL (good) cholesterol. A spice-rich diet appears to be associated with a lower risk of heart disease.
The antioxidants in coriander may reduce brain inflammation, improve memory, and reduce anxiety symptoms.
Coriander seeds may reduce unpleasant digestive symptoms like bloating and discomfort often experienced by people with IBS. It may also boost appetite among some people.
Coriander seeds exhibits antimicrobial effects that may help fight foodborne illnesses and pathogens like Salmonella.
Coriander seeds contains antioxidants that may protect your skin from aging and sun damage. It may also help treat mild skin rashes.
Coriander seeds and leaves both come in handy for everyday cooking but offer very different flavors that determine their best uses.
- 3.68 calories
- 0.083 grams (g) of fat
- 0.587 g of carbs
- 0.341 g of protein