Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is a versatile spice. Rich in vitamins C, A, B, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, folic acid.Both, seeds and leaves are used for food, combains with cumin. Fragrant seeds of coriander added in the cottage cheese, cream sauces.  Used in the preparation of bread and sauerkraut. Coriander also used in soup (especially pea soup), meat dishes, pizzas, stews, cakes, gingerbread, used in many spice blends. Minced fresh coriander or its leaves are placed at the end of cooking a dish, and the seeds can be used only started preparing the meal.  Coriander contains antioxidants that inhibit spoilage of the food and improves its assimilation. Coriander cleanses the toxins, treat dysentery. Helps food poisoning, relieves flatulence. Stimulates the stomach and reduces acidity (1-2 teaspoons coriander seeds pour to a glass of boiling water drink every day). Externally used coriander removes allergic reactions. Stimulates the immune system, improves memory; helps to overcome the huge psychological burden. Rescue in patients with mental illness, helping to overcome the fears and anger, and depression. Coriander removes excess fluid from the body. Help to recover after serious illnesses.