Cilantro Tea

What is Cilantro tea

Cilantro, also called coriander, caraway and parsley, is annual or biennial herb of dicotyledoneae, umbellales, apiaceae and coriandrum, being an extensively familiar seasoning vegetable. It features in celery shape, small and tender leaf, thin stem and strong fragrance, being a condiment for soup cooking, which is mostly used in cold vegetable dish in sauce and soup and noodle dishes for seasoning. Besides, it can also be used for tea brewing, namely cilantro tea.

Medical effects

  1. Stimulating appetite

Cilantro contains volatile oil with unique fragrance and can be used for seasoning. Having some cold-cooked cilantro can also stimulate appetite, especially suitable for people with poor appetite.

2.Relaxing bowel

Cilantro contains an extremely high content of dietary fiber, and can imbibe a large amount of water and gets larger in stomach, increase food humidity, stimulate intestinal tract movement and promote to expel food residue, suitable for people suffering constipation to relax bowel.

3.Preventing cold

Cilantro can be used as both food and medicine, and is usually used as a medicine administered to bring out the cold in folk prescriptions. It has medical effects on relieving exterior syndrome by dispersion, dispelling wind heat and wind cold and preventing wind-cold and wind-heat cold. Besides, cilantro also contains a higher content of vegetable acid which can prevent and treat bacterial cold.

4.Maintaining beauty and keeping young

Cilantro contains an extremely high content of Vitamin C which has excellent oxidation resistance and can clear away free radical in body, reduce damage to skin, delay aging, maintain beauty and keep young.

5.Protecting liver and improving eyesight

Cilantro contains an extremely high content of Vitamin A which is an important constituent of liver and retina. Having some cilantro can promote synthesis of visual purple and delay aging of hepatic cells, thus protecting liver and improving eyesight.