Aids digestion and freshens the breath.
May help tone the urinary system through its diuretic action.
Diuretic herbs enhance the elimination of wastes via the kidneys. This action may help dissolve and expel stones and gravel from the kidneys.
Parsley has seen traditional use as an aid to clearing congestion due to coughs and colds.
Traditionally used to relieve intestinal gas.
Parsley has been shown to inhibit the secretion of histamine, which triggers allergy symptoms.
How It Works
Parsley is the well-known sprig of green that sits, usually uneaten, on your plate at a restaurant. Its high chlorophyll content makes it a natural breath freshener, even for buffering the odour of garlic. The Greeks used it to make garlands, crowns and wreaths worn by award-winning Olympic athletes. In Russia, parsley is eaten as an ordinary green vegetable. There are many species of the plant, and it can be cultivated almost anywhere. It is a source of calcium, thiamine, riboflavin, potassium and iron. It also has vitamin C, vitamin A, niacin, chlorine, phosphorous, sulphur, magnesium and silicon. Herbalists use the root to nutritionally support the kidneys and urinary system, but the whole plant can be used for general nutritional needs.
Each gelatin capsule (kosher gelatin, water) contains 335 mg of the finest parsley (Petroselinum sativum) herb.
Take two capsules with a meal twice daily.