Other Names: Common Parsley, Garden Parsley, Hamburg Parsley, Rock Parsley, Curly Leaf Parsley, Parsley, Petersylinge, Persil, Devil's Oatmeal, Persly, Persele, Petroselinum Crispum
Traditional Usages: Nutritious Food, Kidney Stones, Jaundice, Dropsy, Plague, Intermittent Fevers, Falling Sickness, Lethargy, Cough, Relieves Children's Wind, Soften Women's Hard Breasts, Earache, High Blood Pressure, Bladder and Kidney Diseases, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Sciatica, Reducing Despression, Breath Freshener, Head and Body Lice, Painful Urination, Windy Colic, Inflammation of the Prostrate Gland and Gallbladder, PMT, Hot Flushes, Fatigue, Strengthens Hair, Nails and Skin, Liver Disorders, Flatulence, Cystitis, Promote Menstruation and its Pain, Anemia, Acid Reflux,
Resources: Europe, Mediterranean Countries, US, East Asia, North Africa
Parts Used: Root, Stems, Seeds, Leaves
Administration Method: Crushed parsley for infusions and other natural preparations.
Herb Action: Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, diuretic, digestive aid, nutritive, promotes menstruation, uterine stimulant
Herbal Research: Parlsey
Health Warning: Avoid use during Pregnancy or with inflammatory kidney conditions. Parsley may cause High Blood Pressure if taken in large doses - consult with your medical doctor.
Parsley and Ginger - Herbal remedy for Gallstones: Parsley and ginger can get rid of bile from the bladder. Grate some fresh ginger and boil with one tablespoon of chopped fresh parsley in a cup of water. Strain and drink twice daily.
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