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Coriander seed and algodystrophy: home therapy

stephany By On 26/04/2020 at 21:52




1. What is CRPS?

CRPS stands for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. It may also be referred to as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome. It is a chronic pain condition. Chronic pain means lasting 6 months or more. With CRPS, your nerves are affected, sending pain signals to the brain without an easy to diagnose cause. It may be caused by a malfunction in your central or peripheral nervous systems.


2. Is Excessive Sweating a Symptom of CRPS?

Yes, many people who have CRPS have issues with sweating. This includes sweating too much or not sweating at all. It is very common to have both extremes come and go when you are diagnosed with CRPS.


3. I am Experiencing Memory Problems. Is this a Symptom of CRPS?

Yes, many people with CRPS experience forgetfulness, cognitive impairment, and memory issues.




Asthme - Le remède naturel par les plantes contre l'asthme


Our natural treatment for algodystrophy is an effective, fast and lasting remedy that will allow you to naturally reduce your pain. It is composed of two elements: a balm and a herbal tea. You will feel a marked decrease in pain from the first weeks of use. The herbal tea contains plants whose active ingredients block pain, act on the cartilage to stop it from degrading, and help its regeneration.

It is the perfect solution to fight against algodystrophy, knee and all other forms. This herbal tea provides rapid and dramatic relief. It is both anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antioxidant.

The balm will be used for daily massages on the areas where you feel pain. It’s a natural relaxant. 






Coriander is a spice produced from the round, tan-colored seeds of the coriander plant (Coriandrum sativum), which is a member of the parsley family. The word coriander can be used to describe the entire plant: leaves, stems, seeds, and all.



The positive effects of coriander on the human body are numerous. Would you have thought that the exotic spice could do much more than just flavor food and tea?

1. Cleans the body of toxins and heavy metals Coriander is one of the most effective natural agents for detoxifying the body. It binds molecules of toxins and heavy metals, such as mercury, and eliminates them from the body.

2. A natural remedy for anemia If you suffer from anemia, regularly add a handful of iron-rich coriander leaves to your soup, salad or vegetables. Alternatively, you can also use chopped cilantro leaves mixed with olive oil, salt and spices as a tasty spread.

3. Relieves arthritis and rheumatism The active ingredients 1,8-cineol and linoleic acid contained in coriander relieve swelling due to rheumatic diseases and arthritis. Water retention caused by kidney problems is also reduced by the draining effects of coriander.

4. lowers cholesterol and blood sugar The acids in coriander have a strong effect on cholesterol in the blood and cleans the veins and arteries. By stimulating the endocrine glands, coriander eliminates insulin from the pancreas and, in particular, helps diabetics to better regulate blood sugar.

5. Normalizes digestion Consumption of fresh coriander leaves stimulates appetite. With its essential oils, coriander stimulates digestion, in particular the function of the liver and intestines. Its antibacterial properties also have a healing effect on bacterial diarrhea.

6. Relieves menstrual cramps Because coriander strongly affects the endocrine glands, it helps with an irregular cycle and relieves menstrual cramps.

7. Heals mouth sores and mouth sores Citroneol, a component of coriander essential oil, is an excellent antiseptic and acts at the same time against microbes. The consumption of coriander therefore has a healing effect on mouth blisters and small ulcers. At the same time, it ensures fresh breath.

8. Protects the eyes Antioxidants, vitamins A and C, minerals and essential oils contained in coriander protect and strengthen the eyes. An infusion of coriander leaves can relieve the symptoms of conjunctivitis. You can also find many other foods for healthy eyes in this smoothie recipe.

9. Help with skin diseases It is also said that all of the above mentioned healing properties of coriander have healing effects on many skin diseases such as rashes or fungal diseases. You can also use the infusion for this. Dip a gauze cloth with the infusion and place it as an envelope on the affected skin.





An infusion of coriander helps to fight against general indefinable pain. Pour 30 g of crushed coriander seeds with 1 liter of boiling water. You can drink up to 3 cups of this preparation for the treatment of pain each day.



In order to optimally preserve all the healing and gustatory properties, the coriander leaves are used as freshly as possible and are not sprinkled on the food until the end of the cooking process. You can prepare a healing infusion from the grains: Coarsely crush a teaspoon of coriander seeds with a mortar. Pour 200 ml of boiling water over it. Let the infusion steep for half an hour, then strain. The best way for tea to develop its digestive effect is to drink it after eating. Coriander can be used in many ways in cooking as an ingredient in oriental and Asian dishes or as a spice in exotic salads. It develops its beneficial health effect optimally if you consume it raw, as in the following recipe for a fresh dip.


Avocado and Coriander Dip

The following ingredients are necessary for a delicious avocado-based coriander dip. You can adjust the quantity information up or down according to your needs: 2 ripe avocados 1 tomato 1 tablespoon of chopped onion 1 bunch of coriander 180 g of sour cream or a vegan alternative of lemon juice Salt and pepper Preparation takes only a few minutes: Cut the tomato into small pieces. Peel the avocado, remove the avocado kernel and also chop it (optional if you like the bitter taste of the rich kernel). Put the two together with the chopped onion in a bowl and puree. Chop the coriander and add. Season with lemon juice, salt and pepper. The dip is particularly good with grilled vegetables and meat, it is also excellent as a fresh and spicy spread.



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