Cilantro (also known as Coriander), is a wonderfully aromatic herb that you may recognize from guacamole’s or salsa. All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and dried seeds are most traditionally used in cooking and food-making. Ancient Greece used cilantro essential oil as a component of perfume, and the Romans used to use cilantro to mask the smell of rotten meat. Beyond that, cilantro has some amazing benefits, ranging from toxic metal cleansing to helping prevent cardiovascular damage and easing diabetic symptoms. Read below for more.
Toxic Metal Cleansing (more…)