- Coriander: Annual herb of the family Apiaceae
- All parts of the part are edible, but are generally used the fresh leaves and the dried seeds.
- Content : Volatile oil and fatty oil
- Pharmacological activity – Stimulant of gastric secretion, carminative, eupeptic, estrogen, spasmolyptic, antibacterial and antifungal
- Therapeutic Indications: Hyposeration, loss of appetite, gastrointestinal spasms, gastroenteritis, acute cystitis, urethritis, amenorrhea and osteoarthritis.
In Chinese medicine: Appetite loss, in the terminal phase of chickenpox and measles, in hemorrhoids and rectal prolapsed.
In Indian medicine: Nosebleeds, Cough, hemorrhoids, edema, bladder disease, vomiting, dizziness and amoebic dysentery.