Parsley expelling ailment from the body
How often do we think that the sources of health, if desired, can be grown with our own hands, or purchased for very symbolic amounts at the nearest market?
Take, for example, ordinary parsley – the very one that many in large quantities crumble into salads and add to various dishes in order to give them a special, unique flavor.
Probably few people know that 100 grams of this plant, which we do not hesitate to call “greens”, contains two daily allowances of vitamin C. In addition, parsley contains such important elements for our body as carotene, vitamins B2, B1, calcium, phosphorus, folic acid, potassium magnesium, iron, a variety of enzymes and inulin.
Connoisseurs of traditional medicine use parsley in the treatment of diseases of the cardiovascular system, in case of urinary disorders.
The use of parsley in the treatment of diabetes gives very good results. And about the ability of this plant to heal wounds are simply dozens of legends and myths!
Modern science and medicine has numerous confirmations that parsley can and should be used as a diuretic, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory agent for diseases of the kidneys, liver, and biliary tract.
Parsley juice supports the normal functioning of the adrenal glands and thyroid gland, elimination blood vessels and capillaries, has a hypoglycemic effect, and is useful for biting mosquitoes, bees, and snakes.
Dentists, after lengthy studies, have recognized the fact that parsley can perfectly cope with the elimination of halitosis and has a bactericidal effect on the oral cavity.