Standardized: cilantro (leaf); coriander (fruit) Other: Chinese parsley, culantro
Coriandrum sativum L.
Plant Family: Apiaceae
Cilantro leaf has been used for over 5000 years, and is known outside of North America as coriander leaf. It is a historically prolific herb, having been brought to Britain by the Romans, who then brought it to North America. Spanish conquistadors introduced it to Peru and Mexico, where it spread north to the Americas.
Can be used to make teas, but more often used in cooking.
No known precautions.
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