Coriander

Coriander 4 the soul belongs to the plant family as parsley, carrots, and celery. It is native to south-western Asia to North Africa. It is mainly produced in India, Morocco, Russia, East European Countries, France, Central America, Mexico, and USA.

Coriander

Coriander 4 the soul belongs to the plant family as parsley, carrots, and celery. It is native to south-western Asia to North Africa. It is mainly produced in India, Morocco, Russia, East European Countries, France, Central America, Mexico, and USA.
Benefits

Why use Coriander?​

Coriander contains elements that work as antioxidants. As per Ayurveda, Coriander helps in digestion, lowering blood sugar and gives energy.
Recipe

How to use Coriander?

Coriander is an aromatic plant. Its flowers are small and in white and pink colour. After coriander seeds are dried, they turn into beige colour. It can be used either as herb (from plant leaves) or as spice (from seeds).
Hereby a sample healthy recipe:
    • 1,5 cups of greek yogurt
    • 0,5 cups of mixed vegetables
    • Salt as per your taste
    • 0,5 tsp of coriander powder
    • 0,5 tsp of cumin powder
Mix these ingredients and eat it as a side dish or in place of meal. This will help in controlling blood sugar and stomach infection. It is a great meal with low calories and fills the stomach well.
Origins

Where does Coriander come from?

India is the largest producer of coriander seeds. 80% of the world total coriander seed is produced in India. In India, Madhya Pradesh is main producer of coriander.

Harvest

When is Coriander grown?

Coriander is a tropical crop.

Sowing time: Mid November to Mid December

Irrigation: Till 20 days after sowing

Weeding: 30-40 days after sowing

Harvesting: 80- 120 days after sowing depending upon variety and agro climatic condition.

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