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Parsley (Petroselinum sativum)

Definition: Much more than just a garnish, parsley supplies chlorophyll, helps to restore the urinary tract and is recommended to increase lactation. It can also alleviate the bad breath caused by eating garlic.

Applications: Bedwetting, bladder infections, blood disorders, diabetes, edema, gallstones, halitosis, jaundice, kidney disease, kidney stones, prostate disorders and water retention.

Scientific Updates: Studies have shown that in comparison to citrus juices, parsley contains three times more vitamin C.Recent experiments have established that parsley can lower blood pressure, kill microbes and tone the uterus. Clinical physicians have also claimed that parsley is effective as a remedy for liver disease. The flavonoid content of parsley stimulates urination and provides relief.

Complementary Agents: Buchu, cornsilk, alfalfa, uva ursi, juniper berry, cranberry, marshmallow, kelp, saw palmetto, garlic, vitamin C, bioflavonoids, vitamin A, vitamin E, zinc, proanthocyanidins, bee pollen and phytonutrients.

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