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It is commonly eaten as a food or used as a spice.


Cilantro adds fresh, lemony, bright, and spicy flavors as well as earthy undertones to Asian soups, spring rolls, salads, Southwestern dips, salsas, stews, and sandwiches. Pulsing cilantro into dips or pestos tames the herb's scent somewhat, making it more approachable for a wider audience.


Cilantro can also be used as a medicine. Cilantro is used for cancer, measles, toothache, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. In foods, cilantro is used as a flavoring agent.

Organic Cilantro - Bunch

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