Of all aromatic herbs, parsley must be the most popular and almost never missing in a kitchen. Although parsley is native to Asia, in many European countries it is grown in temperate climates and even exported.
Parsley does not need much care and grows easily, so it is a good idea to have in our garden and even in a pot a parsley plant to keep it always fresh within reach and to be able to give a natural touch to our meals.
But it is not only good to have parsley on hand to season foods or as a salad ingredient, but also for those who have kidney problems, as it is beneficial to clean these important organs in charge of filtering liquids and cleaning the blood.
Our blood is contaminated as a result of excessive intake of red meats, eggs, alcohol, sweets and mainly processed foods, in addition to salt that seriously damages the kidneys.
Parsley comes to the rescue of the kidneys to help cleanse them and clean up these toxic wastes that do not allow them to get their work done efficiently.
What is this remedy for the kidneys?
To prepare this cleansing remedy you will need:
– A handful of parsley
– Water, quantity needed
Wash the parsley very well. This is important because it is an herb that usually collects insects and dirt.
Cut into small pieces the branches and add to the bowl with hot water.
Boil for 10 minutes and remove from heat.
Strain the preparation and store in a bottle in the refrigerator.
Drink a glass of this liquid in the morning on an empty stomach for 10 days to purify your kidneys.
Remember that parsley has an important diuretic effect, so you will most likely urinate during the day.
Do not stop helping with plenty of water. It is important to drink about 2 liters of water to make debugging better results.
Kidney stones can lead to pain and changes in blood pressure levels.
Try to avoid these problems in the kidneys.
Important: Parsley tea may have an abortifacient effect. It is not recommended in pregnant women.