Coriander seeds

Coriander seeds contain linoleic acid and have analgesic properties to reduce inflammation, like rheumatism and arthritis. Coriander seeds also have antioxidant properties and dietary fibre, all of which promote the healthy functioning of the liver, and facilitate bowel movements. They help in the production of digestive enzymes and juices that ease the process of digestion. If you suffer from indigestion, bloating, and flatulence, then be sure include coriander seeds in your diet. In addition, coriander seeds exhibit antiseptic properties which are effective in treating skin conditions like eczema, itching, rashes, and inflammation, even mouth ulcers and sores. Use boiled coriander water to reduce and cure mouth ulcers. For skin, make a paste of coriander seeds with a little water, and add a teaspoon of honey. Apply this paste on itchy skin for instant relief. The antibacterial properties of coriander seeds also work as an effective home remedy for pimples and blackheads. This mask can be rinsed off after about 10 minutes.