What are the health benefits of parsley?

What are the health benefits of parsley?

Parsley(Petroselinum crispum) is a species of flowering plant in the family Apiaceae. Parsley belongs to herbs. It has a low caloric value, and is rich in vitamins and minerals, so it is also suitable for dietary nutrition. Both the root and the leaves are used, which contain the most useful ingredients. It is rich in minerals and vitamins C and A, as well as extremely rare B12, important for the formation of red blood cells. It has been proven that parsley helps in the treatment of many diseases, removes unpleasant breath from the mouth, while nibbling the leaves is recommended to remove the smell of garlic and onion.

It is used for digestive problems, because it removes flatulence and gases in the stomach, and it is good as a diuretic and for excreting harmful substances from the body. It can be used for heart disease, high blood pressure, circulatory disorders, it also helps with cough, asthma, decreased immunity, flu and fever. It is recommended for women with irregular menstruation and premenstrual syndrome. Tea and parsley-based coatings help when sunbathing to prevent or treat burns. Whether they are flat or lace, parsley leaves contain a large amount of vitamin C and are very aromatic. Soups, potatoes, vegetables, sauces, salads, stews, fish, Mediterranean dishes are seasoned with it. Parsley leaves are best used fresh, as this is the only way to maintain all of their properties. It can also be frozen, preferably together with water in an ice cube tray. But despite the many useful properties of parsley, it is not suitable for people with ulcers or duodenal ulcers, kidney and bladder diseases.

References www.wikipedia.org

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