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Parsley Root

  • Parsley Root is a digestive and kidney herb. Malnutrition, weight loss, anorexia, malabsorption, liver congestion. High in minerals. Anemia. Any of above with weakness, fatigue. Water retention/edema. Painful/scanty urination. Kidney, gallbladder stone. Contra-indicated in pregnancy. 
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Parsley Root

Organically Grown - Hawaii

Also Known As – Petroselinum crispum

Overview - Parsley Root is an age-old remedy for digestive disorders, kidney and liver problems, menstrual irregularities, and cleansing the blood and body of toxins. Filled with important vitamins, minerals and nutrients, and rich in chlorophyll. It contains more vitamin C than oranges and provides a good source of iron (important for the proper formation of red blood cells), potassium (good for lowering blood pressure), calcium and manganese (helpful for osteoporosis) and folic acid (which may help prevent cardiovascular disease). The chlorophyll content also makes it a wonderful breath freshener. If you are an allergy sufferer, it is good to note that the herbal extracts of Parsley root can inhibit the secretion of histamine, and, therefore, is useful in addressing hives and other allergic responses.

Medicinal Uses - As mentioned in the nutrition facts, Parsley Root is a very beneficial herb and contains histidine, which is an important amino acid that may inhibit tumors. Parsley root and the seeds are used for treating various gastrointestinal disorders, kidney disease and liver disease. It has been found to be quite useful in treating ailments of the spleen and for passing kidney stones and gallstones. Parsley has been used since ancient times to improve both the digestion and assimilation of food and settles the stomach after a meal. It does this by increasing circulation to the digestive tract, and easing stomach problems, like indigestion and flatulence. Investigation into Parsley root tinctures are showing that there may be potential to protect the stomach against ulcers. 

Other Uses – When growing chives, carrots, corn, chili and sweet peppers, onions, peas, roses and tomatoes plant parsley nearby. Asparagus is believed to be particularly benefited when companion planted with parsley.

Nutrient Content – Calcium, fatty oil, iodine, iron, phosphorus, rich in potassium, and rich in vitamins A and C. Rich in vitamins and minerals. Good source of chlorophyll. (Try it after eating onions or garlic)

Parts Used – Roots 

Precautions - Parsley is not recommended for pregnant women in large amounts, as it may cause uterine contractions, but used after delivery, it is said to tone the uterus. Parsley should also be avoided by those who suffer from kidney infection. If you use the herb frequently as a medicine, you should increase your intake of foods high in potassium, such as bananas and fresh vegetables, because diuretics deplete the body of potassium. Too much Parsley Root extracts can result in headaches, severe weight loss, nausea, dizziness and confusion. 

Preparation and Dosage - A tisane of dried herb is made when fresh. Eat raw or steep in hot water. Drink 1 cup daily. 

Disclaimer - The information presented herein by Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.

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