Coriander Tea? Yes, Here's the Recipe!

  • 09 Aug 2018
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Coriander is one of the most consumed spices in the Indian spice rack.

Any part of this super plant can be eaten; however, it is mostly the leaves and seeds that add to the flavor of a dish. Apart from its sweet and taste and appetizing aroma, there are many health benefits of this humble leaf.

Astro Ulagam list down the several health benefits of the coriander. 
 

It is a powerful antioxidant

This plant is a powerful source of antioxidants. It is high in vitamin content, proteins and organic acids which can help your body to fight against cellular damage. Cellular damage is the common pathway for a variety of diseases. 

Healthy digestion

Linalool and geranyl acetate are two very powerful antioxidants found in coriander seeds. These essential oils can help in the production of digestive enzymes and juices that will soothe your digestion and stomach. If you suffer from bloating, nausea, indigestion, try some coriander tea or include coriander seeds into your diet.  

Helpful with irregular menstrual

If you are suffering from irregular menstrual cycle or with a heavy flow, then coriander seeds are great in restoring the balance. Boil the whole coriander seeds a few days before your menstrual cycle and drink the water. Eating the leaf regularly also helps in solving this issue. 

Solves skin problems

Coriander is known to be effective in curing skin inflammation like rashes, eczema and fungal infections. This is due to cineol and linoleum which lies within the structure of this plant. Both this element has anti-rheumatic and anti-arthritic properties that do help in solving skin problems. 

How to make coriander tea


The following is the recipe in making coriander tea which is an ancient Ayurvedic treatment to help cure many diseases. 

1.Place 1 tablespoon of coriander seed in a cup.

2. Fill the cup with boiling water.

3. Leave the mixture for 5 minutes.

4. Using a strainer, pour the mixture into another cup.

5. Your coriander tea is ready! Make sure to drink it 2-3 times a day. 

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