North American Herb & Spice

Cilantrol

Cilantro Benefits with Exotic Aroma and Taste
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  • Breaks-down Fat (cholesterol and body fat)
  • Antibacterial - Antioxidant - Anti-inflammatory
  • Pain Relief, Anti-aging, Calming and Stabilizing

Cilantro Benefits with Exotic Aroma and Taste

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Description

Cilantrol has Powerful, Broad Range of Benefits

  • Breaks down fat (cholesterol AND body fat)
  • Helps digestion by reduce gas (pain and cramping)
  • Alleviates spasms (coughing, limbs, intestinal and nervous)
  • Antibacterial
  • Generally relaxes your body and mind.

Technically, Coriander refers to the entire plant, however Cilantro is the Spanish word for Coriander leaves.

More About Cilantrol Healthy Properties

Antibacterial
Coriander’s use in foods could prevent food-borne illnesses, and possibly treat antibiotic-resistant infections, according to the authors of a study published in the Journal of Medical Microbiology.

Vitamin K and Vitamin A
One serving of Coriander contains roughly 400% your RDA of Vitamin-K.

Cholesterol
Coriander helps your body produce ample amounts of HDL (healthy cholesterol) that actually lowers your LDL (bad cholesterol).

Stomach
Helps with the secretion of enzymes and digestive juices in your stomach, stimulating peristaltic motion, and overall better digestion.

Heavy Metal Detoxification
Potent and natural antagonist of toxic heavy metals – helps your body detoxify from mercury, cadmium, aluminum and lead.

Skin Lesions/Tumors
Great source of Antioxidants to ward off any potential tumors.

Coriander has potent liver supporting properties, and is an excellent source of phytonutrients and flavonoids. It’s a rich source of potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, and magnesium, vitamins (folic acid, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin A and K, beta carotene, vitamin C) – all essential for optimal health. It gives synergistic benefits for vitamin D levels.

Coriander Plays a Major Part in Ancient Medicine

Coriander Seed Oil is most well known in Mediterranean cuisine. It’s one of the 20 most-used essential oils in the world and is already used as a food additive.

Discovered by archeologists in Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen’s tomb, Coriander has been traced back to 5,000 BC with a long history across the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Asia.

Used to treat “pox”, and with medicinal proprieties documented in Sanskrit and Greek writings, Coriander seeds have an impressive health-supporting reputation matched by very few.

Coriander has traditionally been referred to as a glucose management plant.

In India, it has traditionally been used for its anti-inflammatory properties.

In the United States, Coriander is becoming known for its cholesterol-lowering effects.

Hippocrates, the “father of medicine” was using and recommending this powerful herb for its health benefits.

North American Herb & Spice, Cilantro Benefits with Exotic Aroma and TasteMade with mountain-grown Cilantro, Coriander Oil, and Oreganol P73.

Rich in flavonoids, phenolic acids and essential trace minerals.

Hand picked and certified non-GMO. Mountain grown cilantro oil -steam distilled with deep aquifer water.

Directions for Use

Take 5 or more drops under your tongue, or in juice water, as often as needed.

Excellent flavor for use in cooking.

Recommended Use

Powerful broad range of benefits: breaks down fat, improves digestion, alleviates spasms, detoxifies, and more.

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