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.

Full Recipe in Details

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.

  • Cuisine: Indian

  • Prep Time: 2 mins

  • Making Time: 3 mins

  • Total Time: 05 mins

  • Rasa (taste): Astringent

  • Guna (property): Light

  • Virya (potency): Hot

  • Vipaka (post digestion effect): Sweet

  • 3 Tablespoon Coriander Leaf, Chopped

  • ½ Teaspoon Lemon Juice

  • 200 ml Water

  • Black salt (as per taste)

  • Wash and chop coriander leaves.

  • Put chopped coriander leaves in a blender.

  • Add half glass of water and blend it well for 30 seconds.

  • Strain the juice in a glass.

  • Add half of the water and one teaspoon of lemon juice.

  • Mix back salt and serve it immediately.


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

Ayurvedic Tip:

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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