Images of Eryngium foetidum, culantro, spiritweed, Mexican coriander, fitweed, false coriander, stinkweed

Stock images of Eryngium foetidum, culantro, spiritweed, Mexican coriander, fitweed, false coriander, stinkweed. Photos © 2011 Steven Foster. Please contact us for pricing and terms at sfoster@stevenfoster.com or call +1-479-253-2629.

Nine photographs of Eryngium foetidum, culantro, spiritweed, Mexican coriander, fitweed, false coriander, stinkweed, a member of the Apiaceae or Umbelliferae, the parsley family, originating from South America and widely grown in warmer regions as a substitute for cilantro, as the leaves have a very similar flavor. Used as a folk medicine for upset stomach, to relieve intestinal gas; also for scurvy, flu, and many other conditions. These phographs were taken in Peru (7-9) and Costa Rica (1-6).

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