admin | October 8, 2014 | Diet & Weight Loss |
Parsley which we use as a spice has magical powers. In meals, we usually add a little bit of parsley, however this amount is insufficient to stimulate the secretion of fluid retained in the body.
American doctor John R. Cristopher is a good connoisseur of herbal medicines. He often advises his patients to consume parsley as a cure for kidney disease.
Parsley is a “great ally” in the fight against urinary problems, kidney disease and is a strong diuretic. For remedies you can use both the roots and the leaves. There are many recipes for preparing parsley tea, but Ramiza (39), says: “Parsley is a miracle. On Thursday I had 158 pounds and two days later I had lost 11 pounds. It is not about pounds of fat, but reserved liquids in the body I got rid of. I feel so light. “
Ramizas’ recipe is quite simple. In a pot of boiling water (about 1 liter) add 5 tablespoons of chopped parsley. Allow to stand for about 20 minutes, then strain and drink along with the parsley.
“I decided to try parsley tea because of a problem I had with my kidneys. Everyone suggested bearberry tea, and at first it worked, but the problem was: all of the liquids remained in my body. As a result I decided to change bearberry tea with parsley tea, and the results speak for themselves. I now dry my own parsley for future use.”
Excretion of fluids from the body is very important. With the urine we disgorge toxins, bacteria and other harmful substances. The parsley is a proven diuretic and a strong antioxidant. Drinking parsley tea is recommended, but it must not be overdone. The recommended dose is 1 liter per day.
Parsley has been used as a remedy for a long time. It was even used in the ancient times. It was prescribed magical powers, and in ancient Rome it was believed that nibbling leaves of parsley improved perception and intellectual abilities. Today this herb is used as a spice and as a remedy as well.