BioPure Cilantro Herbal Tincture
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, an anti-inflammatory agent, and a diuretic*. It can be helpful in supporting the body against Lyme disease, diabetes, diarrhea, anxiety, colic, cholesterol, conjunctivitis, skin problems, and arthritis and joint pain*. 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 have shown both antibiotic and antifungal properties, can boost the body’s immune system, and has even been thought to be an aphrodisiac*.
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- Inflammation Response*
- Promotes Healthy Liver Function*
- Hormonal Support*
- Blood Sugar Metabolism*
- Skin Health Support*
- Eye Health*
- Microbial/Fungal Defense*
- Antioxidant Properties*
- Immune Boosting Properties*
- Cholesterol Maintenance*
- Gastrointestinal Support*
- Urinary Tract Support*
- Eases Dysmenorrheal Symptoms*
Start with two drops twice a day in hot water 30 minutes before a meal, or 30 minutes after taking Chlorella†. Cilantro contains a mildly toxic compound, which is neutralized when placed in a small amount of hot water before ingesting.
Please Note: Use of cilantro may cause an increased sensitivity to the sun.
Research & More Information
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.
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 tombs1. The following health benefits attributed to cilantro are only a sampling of a much more extensive list. It is a powerful antioxidant2, an anti-inflammatory agent, and a diuretic. It can be helpful in supporting the body against lyme disease, diabetes, diarrhea, anxiety3, colic, cholesterol, conjunctivitis, skin problems, and arthritis and joint pain. 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 have shown both antibiotic and antifungal properties, can boost the body’s immune system, and has even been thought to be an aphrodisiac4.
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 elimination5,6. 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. Some doctors prescribe cilantro to remove mercury absorbed by the body following dental work. Cilantro appears to be so efficient at mobilizing mercury in our bodies that some researchers believe it is advisable to pair the use of cilantro with that of Chlorella (also available from BioPure Healing Products, LLC) to further bind with the mobilized metals and help to flush them out of the body, preventing re-toxification in other tissues7.
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.
1 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.
2 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.
3 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.
4 James A. Duke, Ph.D. http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/cilantro.html
5 Omura Y, Shimotsuura Y, Fukuoka A, Fukuoka H, Nomoto T. Significant mercury deposits in internal organs following the removal of dental amalgam, & development of pre-cancer on the gingiva and the sides of the tongue and their represented organs as a result of inadvertent exposure to strong curing light (used to solidify synthetic dental filling material) & effective treatment: a clinical case report, along with organ representation areas for each tooth. Acupunct Electrother Res. 1996 Apr-Jun;21(2):133-60.
6 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 mice. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Volume 77, Issues 2-3, October 2001:203-208.
7 http://www.hbci.com/~wenonah/new/9steps.htm. The Klinghardt Neurotoxin Elimination Protocol.
† or use as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
* Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and are designed to be used as part of an overall health plan with your authorized healthcare provider. Individuals taking food supplements or have an underlying health condition should consult with their authorized healthcare provider before using these products. We suggest that you consult your authorized healthcare provider if you have any health problems and require a medical diagnosis, medical advice or treatment. Statements herein have not been evaluated by the FDA. We do not recommend any of our natural products to be used for small children without the guidance of a licensed healthcare provider. We do not recommend that any of our products be used while breastfeeding, while pregnant or trying to become pregnant.
** Allergy test by using trace amount on skin and observing for 24 hours. Continue allergy test for consumption with trace amount and observe for 24 hours. Stop use of product if adverse reactions occur with ongoing use.