Organic Cilantro Tincture 4 fl oz

BioPure

Cilantro tincture for detoxification & multi-system support.

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Organic Cilantro Extract Tincture – Coriandrum sativum (“Chinese parsley”) 4 fl oz. tincture with dropper.

Cilantro has been an important medicinal herb for thousands of years. It was referred to in the Medical Papyrus of Thebes written in 1552 B.C. and found in ancient Egyptian tombs. The following health benefits attributed to cilantro are only a sampling of a much more extensive list. It is a powerful antioxidant with diuretic properties.* It is also believed to be an aid to digestion, enhancing the body’s natural ability to produce beneficial enzymes and acids, calming the stomach, stimulating peristaltic motion in the intestine, and decreasing flatulence.* The essential oils of cilantro can help boost the body’s immune system and have even been thought to be an aphrodisiac.*

 

BioPure’s herbal tinctures are each chosen for their specific health-supporting properties and strictly selected from the finest harvests. BioPure selects products grown in an environment free of fertilizers and insecticides. Our formulas are based on herbs with a historical track record in traditional cultures that have been used for centuries.

The cilantro herb (Coriandrum sativum) we are used to seeing on grocery store shelves is commonly referred to as ‘Chinese parsley’, and is actually the leaves and stems of the coriander plant. The pungent tasting leaves are widely used in Mexican, Caribbean, and Asian cooking. Coriander seeds are small and round and have a citrusy, nutty flavor when crushed, and are a popular spice, especially in Indian, Asian, and Mediterranean cuisine.

The most notable property of cilantro is its ability to help detoxify the body by binding with heavy metals such as mercury, lead, and aluminum, and aiding in their elimination. There are many avenues of exposure to potentially dangerous metals in our environment, in our jobs, in medicines we take, and in the foods we eat.

BioPure Organic Cilantro Tincture is a liquid extract of the active ingredients of the herb, made by soaking it in an organic corn alcohol at a 1 to 4 herb-to-menstrum ratio. Tinctures maintain their potency and have a longer shelf life than dried herbs.

References

http://dtlherbsltd.blogspot.com/2010/11/herb-of-week-cilantro.html. It is one of few modern foods that are mentioned in the Old Testament and is mentioned in the Medical Papyrus of Thebes written in 1552 B. C. No one is quite sure where cilantro originated, but the ancient Israelites were familiar with it, it has been found in ancient Egyptian tombs and it was even mentioned in Arabian Nights a book over 1000 years old. The Chinese have used cilantro for centuries, believing it to be an aphrodisiac.

M.S. Hashim, S. Lincy, V. Remya, M. Teena and L. Anila. Effect of polyphenolic compounds from Coriandrum sativum on H2O2-induced oxidative stress in human lymphocytes. Food Chemistry Volume 92, Issue 4, October 2005, Pages 653-660.

Masoumeh Emamghoreishi, Mohammad Khasaki and Maryam Fath Aazam. Coriandrum sativum: evaluation of its anxiolytic effect in the elevated plus-maze. Journal of Ethnopharmacology Volume 96, Issue 3, 15 January 2005, Pages 365-370.

James A. Duke, Ph.D. http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/cilantro.html

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Miho Aga, Kanso Iwakia, Yasuto Uedab, Shimpei Ushioa, Naoya Masakib, Shigeharu Fukudab, Tetsuo Kimotoa, Masao Ikedaa and Masashi Kurimotoa. Preventive effect of Coriandrum sativum (Chinese parsley) on localized lead deposition in ICR miceJournal of EthnopharmacologyVolume 77, Issues 2-3, October 2001:203-208.

http://www.hbci.com/~wenonah/new/9steps.htm. The Klinghardt Neurotoxin Elimination Protocol.