Each Two Capsules Contain
Medicinal ingredients: - Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) Leaf 630 mg
Other ingredients: hypromellose, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate.
Adults: Take 1-2 capsules two times a day away from meals.
Children under 12: One capsule two times daily away from meals.
Guaranteed to contain no added wheat, yeast, gluten, corn, soy, sugar, artificial coloring or flavoring, preservatives, dairy or animal products.
The capsules are made from 100% pure vegetable sources, free of preservatives and additives. Ideal for vegans.
Quality Assurance Tamper-resistant package. Do not use if outer seal is missing or broken. Store in a cool, dry place.
Cilantrogen provides an excellent source of cilantro extract to assist with the detoxification of mercury and other heavy metals, as well as to enhance the digestive system. Mercury is toxic to all cells and is capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier, directly affecting the central nervous system. Cilantro chelates heavy metals such as lead and aluminum, and is known as the most effective intracellular mercury chelator for the neuromuscular system, brain tissue and nervous system.
Cilantro has been reported to remove mercury, lead, and aluminum from body tissues by accelerating their urinary excretion. In a study in mice, localized lead deposition in femur and kidney as well as renal tissue damage was decreased by administration of cilantro. Cilantro is capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier to mobilize heavy metals stored in the brain and spinal cord and moving it into the connective tissues, although cilantro alone often does not remove mercury from the body; it often only displaces the metal's form intracellularly or from deeper body stores to more superficial structures, from where it can be more easily removed with other chelating agents. There is preliminary evidence from human study that cilantro may prevent the absorption of mercury contained in amalgam dental fillings. Animal study has shown that Coriandrum sativum has suppressive activity on lead deposition, probably resulting from the chelation of lead by some plant constituents.
Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum):
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is an annual herb in the Apiaceae family. The leaves are also referred to as "coriander leaves," "Chinese parsley," or "cilantro" (from Spanish) in the Americas. "Coriander" also refers to the spice produced from coriander seeds.
At this time, high-quality human trials supporting the use of cilantro for any indication are lacking. There is anecdotal evidence that Coriandrum sativum may enhance vision, digestion, and glucose and cholesterol levels. Clinical studies have been done testing the use of cilantro to treat antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections and irritable bowel syndrome, and as a chelating agent. However, better-designed clinical trials are needed.
Coriandrum sativum seeds were popular with the ancients; the seed has aromatic, carminative, stimulant and stomachic properties; it is used for indigestion, flatulency and corrective to griping medications. The recommended dose is 10 to 30 grains (0.6 - 2 g).
Coriandrum sativum seeds are excellent to dispel the wind; they strengthen the stomach and assist digestion.
The fruits (so-called seeds) of Coriandrum sativum are the part of the herb used and have an aromatic taste and the only part of the plant that seem to have medical reputation; they are stimulant and carminative and may be given in many forms including powdered seed for which the recommended dose is 10 to 60 grains (0.6 - 4 g).
Coriandrum sativum seed is a stimulant and carminative. The recommended dose is 20 to 60 grains (1.3 - 4 g).
The German Commission E Monographs has approved the use of Coriandrum sativum seeds in dyspeptic complaints and loss of appetite with recommended dose of 3 g of the dried seeds or equivalent preparations.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeeding, consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use. If you have diabetes or are taking medication to control blood glucose levels, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a healthcare practitioner. If you are allergic to plants of the Apiaceae/Carrot family, do not use. Hypersensitivity has been known to occur, in which case, discontinue use.