Ayurvedic nutritional facts of coriander
Coriander is a fragrant herb widely used to flavor salads, soups, curries, and other recipes. I love to grow coriander in my small balcony garden. It is easy to grow and maintain this herb in a pot.
In some parts of the world, it is also known as cilantro. Coriander is rich in Vitamin C, folate, manganese, and beta-carotene.
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Coriander juice is a wonderful drink to balance three doshas (bioenergies) of our body. Added with a little bit of lemon juice and black salt gives it an incredible taste. I love drinking it every morning during summers. It is a detoxifying and hydrating drink that helps to cope up with summer heat.
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Coriander is full of antioxidants that help to prevent various diseases.
Benefits of coriander leaf juice:
- Good for heart
- Improves digestion
- Helpful in hemorrhoids
- Relieves excessive thirst
- Reduces the burning sensation
- Protects skin from sun damage
- Useful in malabsorption syndrome or IBS
As per Ayurveda, coriander juice is a natural cleanser and coolant drink. It is a beneficial drink for people who suffer from burning sensation, especially during summers.
Variations in the recipe according to your body type:
Vata person: Add a little Mishri (sulfur-free rock sugar) for the sweet taste.
Pitta person: Add a little Mishri (sulfur-free rock sugar) for the sweet taste.
Kapha person: Add a pinch of black pepper to this drink.
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