Culantro Leaves and Its Medicinal Values
There are almost 80,000 species of edible plants in the world and 90% of foods human beings consume come from just 30 plants. Due to human intervention the planet has lost almost 80% of the original forests. It is imperative to note that 68% of plants are in danger of going extinct. So, the UNO has to take appropriate steps to protect and preserve the life of plants and trees immediately before they become extinct. This topic will deal with a tropical perennial and foul-smelling plant named Culantro.
The botanical name of this plant is Eryngium foetidum. The other common names of this plant are long coriander, wild or Mexican coriander, fitweed, spiritweed, stinkweed, duck-tongue herb, saw-tooth or saw-leaf herb, and saw-tooth coriander.