Cilantro For Chelation

Coriander or Cilantro Chelation Recipe

Coriander or Cilantro for Chelation Therapy purposes is not recommended for anyone with acute problems of toxic metal poisoning and is only partially effective for mercury Chelation, but it does seem to help people feel better in sub acute toxic situations.

Because of its detoxification properties, it has been widely used for years as a form of Chelation. Again, it is not recommended as a substitute for EDTA Chelation.

Dr. Yoshiaki Omura discovered by accident that the leaves of the coriander seed plant, cilantro, can accelerate the excretion of mercury, lead, and aluminium from the body.

He performed a study where three amalgam fillings were removed from an individual using the precautions available to prevent absorption of the mercury from the amalgam. Significant amounts were later found in the individual’s lungs, kidneys, endocrine organs, liver, and heart.  There was no mercury in these tissues prior to the amalgam removal. Remarkably, without the help of any chelation agents, cilantro was able to remove the mercury in two to three weeks.


1 Clove garlic

1/2 cup nuts, almonds, cashews, pine, or other nuts

1 cup packed fresh coriander / cilantro leaves, try to get organic or home grown.

2 tablespoons of lemon juice

6 tablespoons of olive oil

Directions: Put the coriander and olive oil in blender and process until the coriander is chopped.  Add the rest of the ingredients and process to a thick paste. You may need to add a little hot water and scrape the sides of the blender.

You can change the consistency by altering the amount of olive oil and lemon juice, but keep the 3 to 1 ratio of oil to juice. It freezes well, so you can make several batches at a time.

Use liberally, 2 or 3 teaspoons per day for 3 months, on bread, pasta or meat and vegetables.

For maintenance take 2 teaspoons a day for two to three weeks twice a year.