For this purpose, both the root and leaves popular in our kitchens, as well as fruit and seeds are used. All parts of this vegetable have similar properties, including the seeds of parsley, which for hundreds of years have played an important role in folk medicine. What is the health-promoting effects of parsley seeds? Support the work of the kidneys and facilitate cleansing the body.
Help in the treatment of bladder ailments. Relax smooth muscles, giving relief, among others in complaints related to the menstrual cycle. Stimulate the production of digestive enzymes and the work of the digestive tract. In the past, various parts of parsley were also used to counteract anemia and rheumatism.Parsley contains a large amount of vitamin C, iron (which is better absorbed in its presence), vitamins A, D and those from group B, as well as other minerals such as potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, zinc and manganese. You can also find flavonoids and essential oils in parsley seeds. The latter include, among others myristicin, which in small amounts has a positive effect on the mood, and apiol, which helps with female problems. The seed infusion can be drunk several times a day.
Parsley, however, is not recommended for pregnant women as it may cause premature contractions. The seeds of this vegetable are used primarily to create various decoctions and infusions that have a beneficial effect on the body and help with many ailments. How To Use Parsley Seeds?
To make an infusion of parsley, you need to prepare 25g of seeds per 1 liter of water. Depending on the needs, pour the appropriate amount of the product into the pot and cook for 3 minutes. It is best to leave it for about 10 minutes afterwards to let it brew well. It is recommended to drink about a glass of infusion 2 to 3 times a day before eating.
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