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Diseases that can be cured through consuming the Coriander(Cilantro) or Chinese parsley

Chinese Parsley, Coriander is a type of spice leaf commonly used in cooks. It has a strong odor that is used in perfumes in some dishes. Its plant grows only marginally, also flowers and has small seeds. It usually grows in high places like Baguio and Benguet.

Caffeine-rich nutrients and chemicals:
*Fruit - contains oils and contains pentosan, furfurol, pectin, vitamin C, fat, protein, starch, and potassium maleate and vitamin C3.
*Plants - are available in oils containing coriandrol, d-ilinalool, licareol, d-pinene, p-cymol, trepinene, dipentene, geraniol, l-borneol, B-phellandrene, terpinolene, n-decylaldehyde, acetic acid, and decyl acid.

Diseases Caused by Coriander:
1.)Breath - Coriander may irritate the bone to stop the bad breath.
2.)Dizziness - The person with diarrhea smells of coriander-like bone.
3.)Digestion - The presence of air in the stomach can be helped by applying citrus oil to the sore stomach.
4.)Diabetes - Regular consumption of coriander seeds can help maintain blood sugar in people with diabetes.
5.)Headache - The coriander seeds are applied around the head of the head.
6.)Skin inflammation (erythema) - fresh plant extract is used for erythema conditions.
7.)Rheumatism - Coriander oil coats the joints that cause rheumatism to ease the feeling. It is helpful to rub the crushed bone into the body.
8.)Gastrointestinal (Dyspepsia) - Drinking fruit and coriander seeds can help with the condition of dyspepsia or stomach ache because of indigestion.

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