Coriander chelates heavy metals such as mercury & lead. It also has many traditional healing properties. It is essential in Tai and many Asian cuisines.
Remedy (new) posted by David Keenan of Perth, WA, Australia on 19 April 2010 at 20:20 63
YES After I had my mercury fillings removed a few years ago, I bought a couple of large bunches of coriander every week. I chopped them, mashed them with an avocado, lightly sprinkled some sea salt, and a little chopped raw garlic. It is the most yummy dip, and also on toast. I felt very good at the time, and still have this recipe once per week or so. It is so effective that it is important to drink enough water while you are using it for chelation, or you will suffer from headaches, skin eruptions or other effects of toxic overload.