Coriander Powder is a powerhouse of potassium, vitamin A, C and K, iron, magnesium, folic acid, and calcium. As for coriander seeds exporters, we make the highest quality seeds available to almost all corners of the world. The seeds of coriander when crushed possess a lemony citrus flavor which is nutty and spicy.
Coriander Seed is one of the oldest of herbs and spices. When ripe, the seeds are yellowish-brown or tan in color with longitudinal ridges. The methodology is similar to the processors of sesame seeds. Coriander needs a cool climate during its growing stage and matures during warmer environmental conditions.
The plant is very effective as a diuretic to increase the flow of urine and as a refrigerant to break increasing fever. The crushed and roasted seeds mixed with warm water are used to gargle in cases of thrush of the mouth. If mixed with cold water, it works as a lotion in case of conjunctivitis.
Scientific name: Coriandrum Sativum
HS Code of Coriander Seeds:- 090920
|0909||Seeds of anise, badian, fennel, coriander, cumin or caraway; juniper barries|
|Seeds of Coriander|
|0909 21||Neither Crushed Nor Ground|
|0909 21 10||Of seed quality (coriander)|
|0909 21 90||Other|
|0909 22 00||Crushed Or ground (coriander)|
INDIAN NAME OF SPICES
Hindi : Dhania or Dhanya Bengali : Dhana, Dhania Gujarati : Kothmiri, Libdhaba Kannada : Kothambri, Kothamiri bija Kashmiri : Deaniwal, Kothambalari Malayalam : Kothumpalari bija Marathi : Dhana Oriya : Dhania Punjabi : Dhania Sanskrit : Dhanyaka Tamil : Kothamalli Telugu : Dhaniyalu
FOREIGN NAME OF SPICES
Spanish : Cilantro French : Corriandre German : Koriander Swedish : Koriander Arabic : Kuzhbare Dutch : Koriander Portuguese : Coentro Russian : Koriandr Japanese : Koendoro Chinese : Hu-sui