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Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)


Coriander

Effect:

Gentle on the stomach, digestive, flatulent, germicidal


Areas of application:

Stomach cramps, improves digestive activity and appetite, colic, bloating, headaches, coughs, salmonella, flatulence, migraines, strengthens memory, with excessive alcohol consumption


Plant parts used:

Leaves, seeds (fruits)


Collection time:

June to September


To find:

more of a garden plant


Ingredients:

essential oils, coriandrol, pinene, dodecenal, fatty oil, tannin, sugar, protein


Miscellaneous:

☕ Tea: Add 1/2 teaspoon of coriander seeds to 1/4 liter of cold water and then bring to the boil. Let it steep for 10 minutes. If the herb is used, pour boiling water over it. Drink 1 cup in sips throughout the day.


Shamanic people smoke the coriander before they embark on an astral journey or before they look into the future, even before laying cards or casting runes. The negative forces should be banned and not have any disruptive access.


Coriander is an ingredient in every magical love potion.


If some people emit fumes after eating garlic, chewing and swallowing a few coriander seeds helps.


Some of the essential coriander oils increase the activity of detoxification enzymes in the liver and intestines, making coriander suitable for treating the after-effects of excessive alcohol consumption.


Coriander

Coriander is an integral part of oriental cuisine. It goes well with soups, sauces, meat dishes, fish, salads, baking (e.g. gingerbread) and liqueurs. It is part of curry.

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