Kidneys play a vital role in our body; they incessantly cleanse our blood of toxins, removing all harmful substances that enter our body.
It often comes to toxic buildup in time, and our kidneys too require detoxification.
How to perform it?
Only a handful of parsley is enough to do this. First, wash it well, chop it and put it in a pot adding 1l of purified water.
As soon as it comes to a boil, boil it for 10 minutes then leave it to cool. Strain the tea and pour it into a clean glass bottle. Keep it refrigerated.
Drink 1 cup of it every day. You’ll soon notice the stored toxins and salt coming out when urinating.
Nutritional properties of parsley:
- powerful antioxidant
- revitalizes your skin
- rich in beta-carotene
- abundant in minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, iron and sulfur
- abundant in chlorophyll: it fights off bad breath, cleanses the body of toxins and excess fat
- packed with vitamin C – excellent for cancer and heart condition prevention
- boosts your immune system
Due to its high calcium content, parsley is also highly beneficial for the treatment of osteoporosis. It is particularly good for children and athletes.
Besides, it is a great diuretic which naturally eliminates excess water from your body. That’s why it’s included in a lot of diets for the treatment of hypertension and kidney malfunction.
Plus, it’s an ideal weapon against anemia, anorexia, general weakness, mental and physical fatigue due to its high content of vitamins and minerals.
It is effective in improving hair and nail quality, and it’s beneficial for treating skin issues.
It successfully treats ulcers as well.
Apiol, an oily liquid, is made from parsley, and is used for fighting intermittent fever and neuralgia.