Cilantro (a.k.a. coriander leaves) is a versatile herb that is a powerful and natural detoxifying agent that I love to consume. It is widely known for its ability to detoxify the body of heavy metals like mercury, alumnium, lead, cadmium or others.
Cilantro is so cheap and good, and keeps for more than a week in the fridge. I always have it in my fridge to be sprinkled in my food or included in my juices.
As cilantro is a herb that is antiseptic, analgesic, antibiotic, fungicidal and a natural stimulant, it is rich with immediate healing properties and help support the body’s immune system in so many ways.
How to use cilantro in juices
Cilantro has a very distinct taste that may be too strong for some people. Either you love it, or you hate it. Those who acquire the aroma and taste of cilantro, just simply love it. And if you believe that you can benefit from the health benefits of cilantro, you may want to learn to love it!
Cilantro is best juiced using a horizontal masticating juicers. If you use a centrifugal juicer (high speed juicer) for this purpose, then I’m sorry that you may get very little juice, if any. The herb will just be expelled in shreds.
In any juice that you make, just add a handful of cilantro to take advantage of its benefits. With that, add a squeeze of lemon juice to enhance the taste of your juice.
Here’s a very potent detoxifying elixir that I love to drink, neat. All the right ingredients that help with detoxifying in a glass, for my daily health cleansing regime.
Juice all the above, sip and enjoy!