PARSLEY ROOT (Petroselinum sativum) aka - Garden Parsley, Rock Parsley

Today, Parsley has the misfortune of being a token herb on dinner plates. This resilient sprig used for color is edible and its high chlorophyll content makes it a natural breath freshener. By the Middle ages Parsley had made its appearance in herbal medicine. It has been credited with curing a great range of human ills, especially those having to do with kidneys and liver. One of its main medicinal uses is to provide a toxic kidney with essential nutrients that aid in its cleansing, so that it might pursue its necessary bodily function of filtering the blood. It is a healing balm to the urinary tract making difficult urination, easier. It has been shown to be a slow and gentle diuretic. Research has shown that Parsley, (in comparison with citrus juices) has three times more Vitamin C, gram for gram. It has also been shown to have a higher content of iron than other leafy greens and is rich in potassium and other essential nutrients. Parsley roots are more potent than Parsley leaves. Preparations made from Parsley roots have a major influence on the liver and spleen. Parsley has been used as a cancer preventative; the generous use of Parsley can lower blood pressure and increase the depth of respiratory response. It also acts as a gentle laxative and increases the flow of urine.

Parsley Root

  • Primary uses: Here are just a few of the maladies that Parsley Root can provide relief for: • Adrenal Gland Weakness • Bladder Infections • Blood Issues • Cancer • Dropsy • Edema • Gallstones • Halitosis • Kidney stones • Pituitary Gland • Prostate Gland • Urinary Problems

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