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Medicinal Uses of Coriander
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Coriander is primarily used in modern medicine as a flavoring agent in medicines and as a stomach soothing addition to more irritating compounds. 

For upset stomach and flatulence relief, chew on Coriander seeds or drink a tea made from the seeds. 

For relief from the pain of rheumatism, pound the seeds and combine with hot water or tea to make a paste, then apply to the affected area.  Oatmeal may be added to this mixture to produce the desired consistency.

 

 


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