Like other green-leaved plants, parsley is very rich in several vitamins and minerals. If it is considered that there is 166 mg vitamin C in 100 grams parsley, it can be said it is a rich vitamin C source compared to the other plants. In addition to this, it is also a rich source of minerals such as manganese, iron, calcium and potassium.
It is widely known that it has a diuretic feature. Thereby, it is believed that it helps to get rid of kidney stones. Before mentioning the other benefits of parsley, we are going to answer your questions about how to prepare parsley cure, how much you should use and how long you should have a break while using the cure.
Parsley Cure Preparation
- Put a pinch of parsley, 1 lemon’s juice and a glass of water into the blender and blend it.
- Drink the resulting green juice on an empty stomach and have your usual breakfast 15-20 minutes later.
- Use this cure for 15 days and if you want, after having a break for 5 days you can use again for 15 days.
- If you want to have it again after these 15 days, having a break for 5 days and using again 15 days; you can have a break for at least 6 months.
- After this cure, you will observe your skin shining, if you have fatty liver problem, it will go down and your morning tiredness will be less.
- The thing you need to be careful about this cure is that parsley should be natural. Large-leaved parsleys that you buy from the shops you do not trust should not be used for the cure.
What Does Parsley Cure Do?
- Parsley cure allows the elimination of the toxins in the liver and helps to eliminate fat in the livers .
- It helps reducing the acnes. Once you start the cure you may have a rise in your acnes but this should not mislead you, because afterwards you will see a serious recovery.
- Because of stimulating metabolism, it helps losing weight.
- It helps you to keep fit and reduces the morning tiredness.
What Are The Other Benefits of Parsley?
- If you apply some crushed parsley into the bruiged part of your body, it may reduce some of the swelling and relaxes the bruiged part a bit.
- Thanks to its diuretic feature, it increases the amount of urine and that’s why it cleans the bacterias that may cause urinary tract infections and kidney stones.
- It is rich in vitamin K which strengthens the bones.
- It is a rich source of vitamin A and C.
- By means of vitamins and minerals in its content, it helps you to have more powerful immune system.
- It reduces the risks of developing cancers such as skin, breast and prostate cancers.
- Parsley is rich in chlorophyll, which is anti-bacterial. Therefore, it fights against bacterian in the mouth that causes bad odor.
Warnings About Parsley Consumption
- Because it may increase the contractions in uterus, those who wish to become pregnant and are pregnant, it is not recommended for them to consume.
- It may cause some allergic reactions for some people.
- It is not recommended to apply parsley seed oil to the skin. Because this oil may cause skin to become excessively sensitive to the sun.
- Diabetic patients should consume it carefully as because it may lower blood sugar levels.
- It is not recommended for patients to consume who have nephropathy. Because parsley consumption can worsen nephropathy. Also, eventhough you do not have nephropathy, the excessive consumption of parsley can damage your kidneys.
- It is not recommended to consume before and after a surgery.
- Because parsley could lead to the retention of sodium in your body, it can worsen high blood pressure can or can cause inability for excrete water from the body.
- Headache may occur after excessive parsley consumption.
- Excessive amount of parsley consumption can cause balance problems. Therefore, you need to walk carefully until this side effect passes.
- In rare cases, excessive parsley consumption may cause unintentional spasms in muscles or loss of awareness.
- When experienced one of the side effects mentioned above or in case of a side effect that you encounter for the first time, you should consult to your doctor.