Cilantro Leaf

From our list of ailments, see what Cilantro Leaf can be used for:

  • Digestion Poor
  • Indigestion
  • Stomach Upset
  • Upset Stomach

Natural Remedies using Cilantro Leaf

Coriander is the seed of the cilantro plant. It grows naturally in a geographical band that runs from Asia through southern Europe and northern Africa. It has a citrus flavor, most like that of oranges, and may be found in whole or powdered form.

Cilantro is a cool season herb and bolts quickly as temperatures rise. To have a healthy harvest of cilantro, succession plant every three to four weeks. Cilantro easily self-seeds, since it is quick to flower. Cilantro refers to the leaves of the plant and coriander the seeds. Learn how to grow cilantro, as well as popular varieties.

Digestion Poor, Indigestion, Stomach Upset, Upset Stomach

The Benefit of using Cilantro Leaf as a natural cure

Dosages (Cilantro) — Take juice of leaves before meals for anorexia (JFM); infuse root in rum or wine as a vermifuge (JFM).

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Cilantro) — Not covered (AHP). The emmenagogue folklore might suggest caution for use, if at all, by pregnant women.

Coriander is used to flavor many Latin and Indian recipes.  It is also known as cilantro.  Coriander is an annual herb and the entire plant can be used from the leaves to the seeds, which are the part that we refer to as coriander.  Coriander has many medicinal uses.  Learn more about the health benefits of coriander here.

Activities (Cilantro) — Abortifacient (f; JFM); Analgesic (1; TRA); Antibacterial (1; TRA); Anticonvulsant (1; TAD); Antiplasmodial (1; TRA); Antipyretic (1; TRA); Antiseptic (1; TRA); Antispasmodic (1; TRA); Antiviral (1; TRA); Aperitif (f; JFM); Aphrodisiac (f; JFM); Carminative (1; DAV; FNF); Diaphoretic (f; JFM); Emmenagogue (f; HHB; JFM); Expectorant (1; TRA); Fungicide (1; TRA); Hemostat (f; JFM); Hypotensive (1; JFM; TRA); Laxative (f; JFM); Pectoral (f; DAV); Stimulant (f; HHB; JFM); Vermifuge (f; JFM).