Coriander which is commonly known as Dhania belongs. It is largely grown in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Tamilnadu, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh. Mostly it is used as a condiment for its therapeutic properties as well as for the culinary supplement as a spice.
The fresh green leaves from the coriander are also broadly used in field of culinary. Coriander is very important spice crop which has a prime position as a flavoring agent in foods. The shrub is a shrill stemmed, little, thick herb, grown as up to 25-50 cm tell with numerous branches and umbels. Leaves are arranged alternately and compounded. the entire plant has a very pleasant smell. inflorescence is a complex umbel comprising 5 smaller umbels.
Coriander is a good source of essential oils, minerals, and vitamins. Coriander juice is a good alternative to tea and coffee. When taken early in the morning on an empty stomach, coriander juice serves as an effective detoxifier. The health benefits of coriander juice are many; it helps reduce cholesterol, regulate blood sugar, treat skin inflammation, mouth ulcers and other conditions.
|Nutritional Value Of 100 G.|
|Sugar||0.87 g||Potassium||521 g|