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Coriander; Medicinal uses

A tea, made from the leaves, is good for stress-related digestive disorders such as gastritis and peptic ulcers. It can also be used for bringing down fevers.

The seeds can be used to make an infusion which is beneficial to arthritis and rheumatism. Up to 3 infusions a day can be consumed. See 'Coriander, The Leaves'; ' Coriander, The seeds', 'Coriander, Culinary uses'; To buy plants and seeds, see our Mail Order section

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