Natural Products Dried Parsley Leaves Cut (Petroselinum crispum) 75g
Dried Parsley Leaves Cut (Petroselinum crispum), often used as a garnish, this popular herb has a wide variety of uses and health benefits, especially as a cleansing tea.
- Parsley tea’s diuretic action may help flush out harmful and toxic elements that cause inflammation and infections
- This tea may be used as a form of treatment for arthritis and rheumatism, flushing out liquid deposits and reducing swelling of joints
- May also prevent water retention and help reduce cellulite by reducing excessive fluid in tissues
- Drinking this tea may treat mild kidney ailments and bladder infection, known as cystitis
- May prove helpful for the liver
- May improve your skin, making it look fresh and healthier
- Reduces acid reflux and stomach spams and cramps
- Parsley tea promotes better digestion
- May help to promote hormonal balance that is essential for a healthy reproductive system
- May work as a uterine tonic, helping to regulating your menstrual cycle
- Although parsley tea is generally safe, if you have high blood pressure it’s best to avoid drinking parsley tea
- Always stay within the recommended dosage, as too much may cause anaemia, kidney or liver problems
- When applying the infusion on your skin, make sure to test it on a small area first as you may be sensitive to it and develop an allergic reaction in the form of a rash or a more serious skin irritation
- Taking this tea regularly could cause your blood sugar levels to drop, so if you have diabetes, make sure to properly monitor your sugar levels and seek the advice of your doctor.
- Not to be used during pregnancy breastfeeding
- If you have a history of kidney inflammatory disease, then you should avoid drinking this tea as the oxalic acid present in the herb may promote the formation of kidney stones
- The tea is only advisable for mild conditions
- If you are taking medication for blood clotting or any other forms of diuretic drugs, then do not take parsley tea as it may interfere, enhancing or hindering, the effects of these medications
- If you are unsure about this herbal tea, you should talk to your doctor and then start off with a small amount of tea per day.