Culantro has a very unique smell, at least to me, and I like it. It smells a bit like cilantro/coriander but stronger. Sometimes, I cut the leaves and they would let out a nice fragrance and linger on even till next day. Culantro has many names - from French "shado beni"/chardon béni, meaning "blessed thistle," to Caribbean Hindustani bandhaniya meaning "shrub cilantro" or Jungle coriander to Mexican coriander, long coriander or recao. Culantro is a very useful plant as it can be used as seasoning, marinating and garnishing, some even made culantro chutney with it. Sometimes, it is used as a substitute for cilantro/coriander, but it has a much stronger taste. Culantro dries well, retaining its color and flavor, hence you are able to store it like dried herbs purchased from stores (without the need of any preservatives or stabilisers). Culantro also has been used in traditional medicine for burns, earache, fevers, hypertension, constipation, fits, asthma, stomachache, worms, infertility complications, snake bites, diarrhoea, and malaria. You can read more about this herb here - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eryngium_foetidum Freshly harvested seeds 20 🌱 - $2.99 50 🌱 - $4.99 PS - the seeds are very small, deal only when you trust that I will pack the agreed number of seeds for you. Pls clarify if any questions. Do pm if keen to deal. Thanks for viewing !
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