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FOR MUSCULAR PAIN, NERVE RELATED PROBLEMS, DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS, FLATULENCE (GAS), BLOATING IN INTESTINES, LOSS OF APPETITE, LETHARGY, TEMPORARY LOSS OF MEMORY, CONJUNCTIVITIS, SORE THROAT, MOUTH ULCERS, URINARY TRACK INFECTIONS
Coriander is used to decrease muscular pain, nerve related problems and different types of digestive ailments. Consumption of coriander in recommended proportion helps to ease gastrointestinal symptoms, acute flatulence, and bloating in intestine.
It is a great herbal remedy for restoring lost appetite. Add 1-2 teaspoon full coriander seeds in 8 ounce water. If you suffer from loss of appetite, you should take it with at least 8 ounces of water in three courses between two main meals.
If you have problems with lethargy (tiredness) or temporary loss of memory, de-husked coriander seeds can make effective antidote, combined with milk and water. You need to add 2 teaspoons full of de-husked coriander seed in water and milk mixture [1:2 proportion]; by slow heating the decoction you should heat half the quantity of the original volume; and take twice daily for 1-2 months.
If you suffer from conjunctivitis, you can make a decoction with coriander sees in boiled water. After it gets cool, one can use this decoction for eye wash purpose.
In case of throat infection//canker sore and mouth ulcer, the juice made of coriander leaves helps to cure the pain and discomfort. In both cases, you need to retain the coriander juice for some while in the mouth before swallowing so that the wound comes in touch with it.
The poultice of coriander leaves is useful in treatment of headache and against swelling kind of problem. One has to apply the coriander paste and then needs to wait for 10-15 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water.
Coriander seed works against urinary track infection. You need to make a decoction out of the leaves of coriander and need to consume it in lukewarm condition to get the best result out of it.
Last updated by Dr. Joshua & Evangelist Sherilyn May 18, 2009.