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Evidence Based Uses for Cilantro

In a new study, researchers uncovered the molecular action that enables cilantro to effectively delay certain seizures common in epilepsy and other diseases. In addition to the anticonvulsant properties, cilantro also has reported anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, cardioprotective, gastric health and analgesic effects.

Cilantro is best used in conjunction with chlorella, a healing green algae. Together, they act as a perfect tool for body detoxification. The leaves of the cilantro plant has significant chelating properties, that bind to heavy metals that are removed from the body through our excretory system. Chlorella and cilantro can detoxify other neurotoxins such as phthalates, plasticizers and insecticides.

Some Signs and Symptoms of Heavy Metal Overload:

- Depression

- Dementia

- Insomnia

- Chronic fatigue

- Poor recovery from workout

- Poor memory and learning

- Digestive issues, such as IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)

- Skin irritation

- Autoimmune diseases

- Neurological disorders

- Chronic aches and pains

- Anemia

- Heart problems


- Bronchitis

- Asthma

Have chlorella with cilantro 3 times a day for up to 3 months. You can do this by adding them to your smoothie, stir fry, salad, juice, dressing, sauce, rice, etc. According to various studies, heavy metal chelation using cilantro and chlorella can naturally remove an average of 87% of lead, 91% of mercury, and 74% of aluminum from the body within 45 days.


Cilantro leaf harbors a potent potassium channel–activating anticonvulsant:

Current approaches of the management of mercury poisoning:

Toxicity, mechanism and health effects of some heavy metals:




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