Published September 18, 1986.
List of German Commission E Monographs (Phytotherapy)
Coriandri fructus, coriander seed.
Coriander consists of the ripe, dried, spherical fruit of Coriandrum sativum L. var. vulgare (synonym var. macrocarpum) Alefeld and/or C. sativum L. var. microcarpum de Candolle [Fam. Apiaceae], as well as its preparations in effective dosage.
The drug contains at least 0.5 percent (v/w) essential oil.
Dyspeptic complaints, loss of appetite.
Unless otherwise prescribed:
Average daily dosage:
3 g of drug; equivalent preparations. Mode of Administration Crushed and powdered drug, as well as other galenical preparations for internal uses.
Powder, dry extracts and other galenical preparations for internal and external use.