Cilantro resembles plain parsley but is distinguished by a distinct aroma and flavor. Cilantro is actually the leaves and stems of the coriander plant. It is an annual herb and a member of the carrot family. Cilantro is commonly known to be used in Mexican cooking but is also widely used in Asian, Thai, and Chinese cuisines.
Cilantro is one of the richest herbal sources of vitamin K. Recent studies show that cilantro has a detoxifying ability and can rid the body of heavy metal toxins. Cilantro can also protect the body from oxidative stress, fatigue, and anxiety.
Temperature:Temperatures between 33 and 35 degrees will keep cilantro fresh.