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  • Culantro and cilantro are not the same! Culantro is native to the tropical areas of the Americas and the West Indies. Cilantro originated in the Mediterranean and was introduced to the Americas after European colonization.
  • Culantro grows similar to lettuce, with leaves around a central rosette.
  • Culantro is a member of the Apiaceae family, which includes carrots, calery, parsley, and parsnip.
  • Culantro is used as both a culinary and medicinal herb.


  • Medicinal marvel: Culantro is used in traditional medicines for fevers and chills, vomiting, diarrhea, colds, pneumonia, flu, diabetes, constipation, malaria fever and convulsions in children.
  • Breathe easy: Culantro can help with asthma and high blood pressure, and its calming effect helps with epileptic seizures.