The benefits of Parsley

So you thought that Parsley was just a garnish and not a hero herb filled with many medicinal qualities?

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) also know as garden parsley, common parsley, rock parsley and March is a hero herb where the whole herb can be used. 

It is widely used in cooking and as a garnish and is highly nutritive, but in the past, Parsley was known as a very effective old diuretic remedy. 

Parsley is specifically therapeutic for the optic nerve, the whole sympathetic nervous system, the adrenal glands and as a tonic for blood vessels. 

Parsley is high in Vitamins A, B and C. 

Medicinal uses can also include reducing swollen glands, removing gall stones, menstrual obstructions, urinesis, kidney issues, intermittent fevers, obstruction of the spleen and liver, insect bites, difficult urination, drying up nursing mother's milk, obesity and many more.

Parley can be used as a decoction (roots only), oil, infusion and a fluid extract. 

So rather than seeing parley as just a garnish, add more to your cooking to reap the benefits of its many healing qualities.