Plant part: Seeds
Origin: European Union
Herbaceous plant of the umbelliferous family 20 to 60 cm high, widespread and cultivated throughout Europe and America. Cited in the Bible, coriander was one of the first aromatic plants used by humans. In the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, coriander seeds commonly entered the preparation of culinary dishes, drugs and aphrodisiacs. All parts of the plant can be used. Its antiseptic and antiputrid action justifies its use for the conservation of meats in hot countries. It is used to accompany digestion.
Essential Oil Coriander (Seeds)
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Hydrolat Coriander (Seeds)
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