The healing power of cilantro

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Cilantro News(NaturalHealth365) Cilantro is not just a side dish herb for Mexican food, in fact, far from it. This nutritious herb looks very much like parsley, that is, until you taste it. Plus, it looks very much like parsley does, so try to make sure you can distinguish the differences by looking closely.

Cilantro is widely-known for its ability to detoxify the body

According to Dr. Edward Group, CEO of Global Healing Center – “cilantro is most often cited as being effective for toxic metal cleansing and rightfully so, this herb is a powerful, natural cleansing agent. The chemical compounds in cilantro bind to toxic metals and loosen them from the tissue.” But, a word of caution, always work with a trusted healthcare provider – when it comes to detoxification issues – because once these toxins are ‘mobilized’, one must be sure to quickly eliminate these poisons from the body to avoid physical harm.

I highly recommend learning to juice with cilantro – on a weekly basis. We recommend 6 cups per week in your juice tonics. Not all at once of course, but if you juice it three times a week, we recommend 2 cups of cilantro mixed in with other dark leafy greens such as spinach and parsley. (Juice combination below)

Keep in mind, when you properly juice your greens – you can mitigate the strong taste of cilantro if you have an aversion to its taste.

What are the nutritional benefits of cilantro?

Cilantro is rich with an unusual array of healing phytonutrients and antioxidants. It is anti-septic, analgesic, aphrodisiac, helps with digestion, fungicidal and a natural stimulant. And, of course, it’s most powerful in its raw state or juiced form.

It is a very good source of vitamins A, C, K and traces of the B vitamins. In the minerals department, it provides high amount of calcium and potassium. In addition, cilantro is rich in iron, manganese and sodium. Remember, especially these days, how important it is to keep the body rich in minerals.

How does cilantro help to heal the body?

1. Helps to reduce anxiety.

2. Through long term usage – it has shown to remove mercury from our tissues. Cilantro is one of the very few herbs that can help to remove heavy metals from the body – especially mercury, aluminum and lead to name a few.

3. Our small intestines love this herb, rendering it a powerful and effective aid through its natural oils. Also, it helps the peristaltic wave move more efficiently. This helps in healthy elimination.

4. Helps with eye disorders, red eye, macular degeneration.

5. Helps our urinary tract to stave off infections.

6. Cilantro is one of the richest herbal sources for vitamin K. Vitamin K plays a role in maintaining healthy bone structure. It’s also known to help people with Alzheimer’s disease by limiting neuronal damage in the brain.

7. Cilantro is an excellent blood builder and it helps to prevent anemia.

8. The leaves and stem tips are also rich in flavonoids like, quercetin, kaempferol, rhamnetin and epigenin – which are antioxidants.

9. Cilantro, when juiced and consumed on a regular basis, can help reduce the amount of damaged fats (lipid peroxides) in the cell membranes.

10. Prevent kidney stones by eating cilantro. This herb acts as a natural diuretic.

I recommend 6 cups per week of cilantro to receive its wonderful benefits. (Juiced, of course!) Always use the entire leaf and stem, as many of its nutrients are located in the stem.

A delicious tonic to build healthy blood rich in natural iron

The combination of the beets and apples with the cilantro triples these benefits. First, get the ingredients – listed below:

2 cups cilantro (packed)

1 inch fresh ginger root

2 limes (peeled if not organic)

2 cups spinach or parsley

1 beet with its greens

2 apples

This tonic will make approximately 1 liter – which serves 2 people.

You can juice this or blend this combination but I prefer it to be juiced, because the benefits of the greens, specifically, absorb much better when the fiber is not present.

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About the author: Linda Kordich has been married for 33 years to Jay Kordich, world renown health educator and the “Father of Juicing”. She is the co-author of their new book, Live Foods Live Bodies and teaches throughout the world on the ‘Powers of the Gentle Art of Foods and Juices’. For more information about Jay and Linda Kordich – visit:

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  • Yoli

    I don’t own a juicer and don’t plan on buying one anytime soon. Can I blend cilantro in a Blentec Blender? If so, do I strain it after I blend it? Also, I am suppose to just have cilantro juice and nothing else. How would I do this? Add water? Thank you