You may not know it, but right now your blood might be heavily “polluted”.

Every day your body is exposed to chemicals, pesticides, industrial solvents, and heavy metals that seep into your bloodstream.

Laundry detergents, soaps, cleaners and more contain xenoestrogens (chemicals that mimic estrogen in the body), that make their way into your bloodstream.

The foods you eat can contain pesticides, antibiotics, and heavy metals like mercury, lead, and arsenic.

Even if you’re “good” about staying clear of most of these things… chances are you still have a number of toxins floating around in your bloodstream.

So what can you do about it? Well, the good news is there’s a cheap and tasty herb that also happens to be a powerful body “detoxifier”. It literally “grabs” onto toxic chemicals and metals in your body and flushes them out. What is it?


A number of studies show just how powerful this herb is when it comes to purifying the bloodstream. And based on the research, it seems particularly effective against mercury and lead. This is because it is a powerful chelator. Simply put, this means that the molecular properties of coriander is such that, it naturally “binds” to these toxic metals and chemicals.

That’s why it’s so powerful (research presented at the American Chemical Society (ACS) found that it can purify water!). Coriander also has antibacterial properties and has shown to be just as effective as certain antibiotics at killing off salmonella! So if you haven’t been eating coriander, what are you waiting for?


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