Coriander is a fragrant rich herb that has numerous culinary uses and health benefits. Our farmers dry fry the seeds and then ground them instantly so that the powder retains its earthly flavor.
Almost all the dishes in South Asian cuisines need at least a little touch of coriander powder. It is one of the most common ingredient used in curries, soups, pickles, sauces, salsas and spice mixes (such as curry pastes and masalas). Coriander extract has been used as an appetite stimulant in some traditional herbal medicines. One 8-week study in 32 people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) found that 30 drops of a coriander-containing herbal medication taken thrice daily significantly decreased abdominal pain, bloating, and discomfort, compared with a placebo group.
Several Antioxidants-rich coriander have been shown to prevent cellular damage caused by free radicals, fights inflammation in your body (1, 2, 3), and also may have immune-boosting, anticancer and neuroprotective effects.
Important minerals and trace minerals such as calcium, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc and potassium has been found in coriander powder. It is loaded with dietary fiber which can help digestion and relief constipation, relief from fever, lower bad cholesterol levels, aids in the production of red blood cells, detox the body from the harmful chemicals such as mercury, lead and arsenic.