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The herb Coriander has been used throughout Asia, northern Africa and Europe for over 2000 years. Its beneficial use is for skin infections, sore ears and eye problems, according to Pliny 23-79 AD. Nowadays apparently a coriander infusion is used for treating flatulence, bloating and griping pains, as well as for suppressing the smell of garlic.


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