Coriander is a small, annual herb. The leaves resemble Italian, or flat, parsley; and the small, whitish flowers grow as small umbels. Specifically, the seeds of the plant are called 'coriander', while the leaves are known as 'cilantro'. This plant is a common cooking spice, and it may have some medicinal properties.
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It is not poisonous to eat. On the other hand, nothing appears to happen if one does eat it.
Corriander can be found in the following locations: