The kidneys help in many important functions of the body such as removing waste from blood and balancing body fluids, form urine. These two bean shaped organs have more than million microscopic nephrons that filter our blood.
If we live an unhealthy lifestyle, we then burden our kidneys because more toxins are accumulating in our bodies. In this way the kidneys have a hard time to function properly.
We will help our kidneys by drinking lot of water during the day and by frequently cleansing them. In this way we can help kidneys maintain their health and keep them from getting various illnesses, creating stones and toxins.
There is a natural cure that effectively cleanses kidneys.
Parsley is an extraordinary herb. It improves the taste of food but also acts as a cure for many illnesses. It is rich with nutrients and contains high levels of vitamins (C,A,K,) minerals, like iron, manganese and copper, folic acid, flavonoids, volatile oil compounds etc.
Parsley has anticoagulant, antibacterial, anti anemic properties. It also helps lower blood pressure, triglycerides, blood sugar, and can regulate menstruation. By increasing the urine and urine flow and production, it is able to avoid salt absorption in kidneys and cleanses the kidneys.
Parsley is good for overall health. It is frequently used to calm nerves and fight anxiety but is especially good for kidneys health and curing kidney stones.
Parsley tea, made from fresh or dried leaves, is a remarkable drink that is particularly good for kidneys.
- bunch of fresh (or dried) chopped parsley leaves (preferably organic)
- 8 cups filtered water
- 2 tabl honey
- juice from half lemon
- If using fresh parsley, wash and chop the leaves
- Add the leaves to the water and boil.
- Soak for about 10 minutes. ( If using dry parsley take 4 tbls and put them in boiling water but do not boil together, As soon as water boils, take aside from stove, put dry parsley leaves, cover and let it cool)
- Let it cool. Drain.
- Add lemon and honey
- Drink this tea 1 to 2 cups a day.
- Store it in glass containers in the fridge for up to one week.
Even though side effects are not reported or known from drinking parsley tea, pregnant women should avoid drinking it and should consult their doctor. Also, consult your doctor if you are taking medications to lower your blood pressure, before drinking this tea.
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