otravurile si alte lucruri nedorite care intra in corpul nostru.
Cu timpul sarurile se acumuleaza si e nevoie sa-i curatam.
Cum se face asta? Este foarte simplu.
Luati un manunchi de patrunjel si spalati-l bine.
Apoi taiati in bucati mici, puneti-l intr-un vas, turnati apa curata
peste el si fierbeti timp de 10 minute.
Apoi lasati sa se raceasca, strecurati si puneti intr-o sticla curata
pe care o veti pastra in frigider .
Beti un pahar pe zi si veti observa ca toata sarea si otrava acumulata
in rinichi se elimina prin urina.
De asemenea veti observa diferenta pe care nu ati mai simtit-o pana acum.
Patrunjelul este cunoscut ca cel mai bun tratament pentru rinichi si
Trimiteti tuturor prietenilor de care va pasa.........
Do you know the benefits of parsley tea? This was used as one of the common herbal tea remedies in the past. Do you have it growing in your herb garden?
Parsley tea has been used for its therapeutic properties for centuries. The parsley plant, also known as Petroselinum crispus, is the most easily identified of all herbs. It name is from the Greek word meaning "rock celery" (it is a relative of celery).
It can be found in the produce departments around the world. This is probably the most familiar garnish used when plating food. There are two common varieties of parsley, curly and flat leaf (Italian) parsley. The Italian variety is more fragrant and has less bitter taste than the curly variety.
Parsley is a bright green biennial herb that develops clusters of yellow flowers from June through August. Parsley has a long taproot, so it needs area that is deep for planting. It requires a location that gets at least six hours of sun and needs mulched and regular deep watering. It does not recover well if left to wilt, so it is important to keep it watered.
Growing parsley is a good choice for a potted indoor herb garden. Give it bright morning light, and keep it away from cold drafts in winter. Because it has a long taproot, it will need a deep pot. Parsley loves consistency when it comes to watering. Using a wicking system will assure that it receives an even supply of water.
The health benefits of parsley tea are:
Parsley is one of the most important herbs for providing vitamins and minerals to the body. It is truly nature’s immune-enhancing vitamin and mineral complex in plant form.
Parsley has been found to contain two types of unusual compounds that provide some very unique health benefits. The first component found is a volatile oil that includes myristicin, limonene, eugenol, and alpha-thujene. The second components found are flavonoids-including apiin, apigenin, crisoeriol, and luteolin.
The oil in parsley-particularly myristicin-has been shown in animal studies to inhibit tumor formation. It particularly has been shown to inhibit tumor formation in the lungs.
The oils in parsley qualify it as a "chemo protective" food. This means that
it can help neutralize particular types of carcinogens, such as cigarette smoke.
Luteolin, one of the flavanoids found in parsley has been shown to function as powerful antioxidants that help prevent oxygen-based damage to cells. In addition, the components in parsley have been shown in animal studies to help increase the antioxidant capacity of the blood.
Parsley is also rich in the source of two vital nutrients that are also important for the prevention of many diseases: vitamin C and vitamin A. These are both powerful antioxidants that destroy free radicals. Free radicals are responsible for the development of many medical conditions, including atherosclerosis, diabetes and colon and cervical cancer and asthma.
Eating a diet rich on Vitamin C acts as an anti inflammatory and provides individuals with protection against a form rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Like vitamin C, beta-carotene may also be helpful in decreasing the severity of medical conditions such asthma and rheumatoid arthritis. Beta-carotene is converted by the body to vitamin A. This vitamin is so important to a strong immune system that its nickname is the "anti-infection vitamin." Make parsley tea to soothe a cough.
Parsley is also rich in folic acid, one of the most important of the B vitamins. Folic acid‘s most critical role in the body relates to the benefits it bring to cardiovascular health. It is necessary nutrient the body utilizes to convert homocysteine into benign molecules. Homocysteine, a potentially dangerous molecule, at high levels, can directly damage blood vessels. High levels of homocysteine are associated with a significantly increased risk of heart attack and stroke in individuals diagnosed with atherosclerosis or diabetic heart disease.
It is also rich in potassium and has a diuretic effect on the body. It was successfully used in World War II to treat soldiers with kidney conditions and dysentery.
Drinking parsley tea is an especially good habit for those individuals who either have been diagnosed or wish to be proactive and prevent these diseases. Folic acid is also an important nutrient that assures proper cell division. It is important for cancer-prevention in two areas of the body that contain rapidly dividing cells. These areas are the colon for both sexes, and the cervical area in women.
Drinking parsley tea has been used for centuries to regulate helping in regular process of monthly periods and used for women after delivery to promote uterine contractions after delivery. This has been found to be due to the presence of apiol in parsley. Apiol is a component of the female sex hormone estrogen. Ingestion of parsley should be avoided by pregnant women.
Parsley has been found to be effective for all kidney and urinary conditions except severe kidney inflammation. Drinking parsley tea helps to prevent salt from being reabsorbed into the body tissues. In other words, parsley literally forces debris out of the kidneys, liver and bladder. It helps improve edema and general water retention, fatigue and scanty or painful urination. Germany’s version of the FDA has recently been approved parsley as a treatment of kidney stones and bladder infections.
So, next time parsley you are in your garden, take time to remember to partake of its abilities to improve your health by making a pot of tea. As an extra added bonus, you'll also enjoy parsley's legendary ability to freshen your breath as well.
Making Parsley Tea
Place approximately 1/4 cup of fresh parsley in an infusion basket. Put the basket into a cup or tea pot and pour 1 cup of filtered boiling waterover it. Allow to steep for 5 to 7 minutes. Remove the basket to remove the parsley. You may want to sweeten with honey and a fresh bit of lemon juice to enhance the flavor. Enjoy!
Benefits of Parsley plant
From a medicinal point of view, parsley behaves as an anticacerous herb (it protects the liver, the intestines against cancer), antirheumatic, stimulant of digestion, of kidneys, eliminating toxins and kidney stones. Moreover, parsley seeds stimulate fertility and helps against dependency upon alcohol and against brain tumors.
Description of Parsley plant
The latin name used for parsley (Petroselinum hortense), is formed from two Greek words: "petros" which means "stone" and "selinon" which means "celery". Parsley seems to be native to the East Mediterranean part from Southern Europe, even though in the Middle Ages parsley was one of the most known spices, used even in Northern Europe. Earlier during the Middle Ages around 3rd century b.c. parsley was used in various foods and in Antiquity people would use parsley leaves to keep a fresh breath. In oriental foods, parsley was a very appreciated ingredient. Presently the United States along with Canada and Europe are the main growers of parsley. The two types grown are: petroselinum tuberosum (for the root) and petroselinum crispum (for the leaves). Due to their flavor, parsley leaves can stimulate food appetite (which is a reason why they are used in soups, salads, and meat foods), while the root is used as a vegetable. From a medicinal point of view, parsley behaves as an anticacerous herb (it helps protect the liver and intestines form cancer), antirheumatic, stimulant of digestion, of kidneys, eliminating toxins and kidney stones. It is important to bear in mind that parsley seeds have an outstanding aphrodisiac effect by stimulating the sexual glands. Moreover, they stimulate fertility and helps against dependency upon alcohol and against brain tumors.
Proprieties and benefits of Parsley
Between 25-30 mg of parsley a day are enough to provide the daily dosage of vitamin C. It is important to mention that parsley contains more vitamin C than lemon, orange or any other fruit. It has abundant quantities of other vitamins and minerals such as: provitamine A, vitamine B, vitamine E, vitamine K, beta-carotene, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, manganese, sodium, potassium, sulfur and calcium. It acts like an antioxidant (eliminates toxins and maintains the elasticity of the blood vessels), it is a general stimulant, diuretic, antiseptic, antiinfectious, antirachitic and more. Apart from these, parsley is a great neutralizer of the negative effects brought about by smoking and dependence upon alcohol. Among other effects that it has: it straightens the body and immune system, has a beneficial effect over the liver, spleen, digestive and endocrine organs.
Mixtures and treatments
From cosmetic solutions for face cleaning or removing of freckles up to treatments of various illnesses, parsley proves to be a wonderful herb. Whether it is asthma, anemia, obesity, rheumatic illnesses, toothaches, indigestions, intestinal parasites, menstrual disorders or even tumors, parsley leaves are an invaluable adjuvant. It is also beneficial for the stomach, kidneys, bladder, blood flow etc.
Over two spoonfuls of grained parsley are put in 2 cups of hot water. After about an hour, the mixture is passed through a sieve and is consumed three times a day before meals. The same procedure is to be applied for the infusion made out of parsley seeds. The time for macerating is of about 8 hours, after which the mixture is passed through a sieve. Owing to the quantity of vitamin A (for beauty) and vitamin E (for elasticity) that it contains, parsley has multiple cosmetic effects. Infusion of parsley is used as a face tonic.
With the help of an electrical grinder, parsley seeds are ground. The resulting mixture is placed in a recipient hermetically closed which would then be kept in the fridge. It is enough to consume half a spoon of parsley 2 to 3 times a day in order to fully enjoy its effects.
The powder obtained from parsley or from the crushed parsley leaves is used to make poultices from which are then applied on areas affected by mosquito bites or itchiness. Caution: in order to obtained the desired effect it is necessary that the poultice to be used for half an hour.
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