May 20, 2011

Parsley Tea Benefits And Side Effects

Tea lovers have reaped lots of nutritional and medicinal parsley tea benefits. The followings are the benefits of parsley tea you would gain if you consume it regularly and properly :

- Parsley tea benefit in detoxification to flush out of toxins from the body.
- One of the biggest parsley tea benefits is to assist the treatment of diseases like arthritis and rheumatism.
- It helps in blood vessel rejuvenation.
- It helps the lungs to discharge residues that keep accumulating in it due to environmental pollution.
- Parsley tea is rich in vitamin C, which supports the absorption of iron in the body.
- Parsley tea can cure anemia.
- It is rich in enzymes that boost the digestive system and excretory system.
- It promotes the digestion of fats and proteins that further helps in intestinal absorption.
- Parsley tea helps in liver assimilation and storage.
- It helps in treatment of deafness and ear infections.
- Parsley tea assists in the dissolution of gallstones.
- It has high content of anti-oxidant. Thus, its regular intake increases the anti-oxidant capacity of the blood.
- It acts as a diuretic.
- Parsley tea benefit to treat gum problems
- It can also relieve excessive gas from the alimentary canal.
- Parsley tea contains apiol, a constituent of female sex hormone called estrogen.
- It helps in bringing regularity in menstrual cycles.
- It assists in easing menstrual cramps.
- Parsley tea benefit to enhance and stimulate the assimilation and nutrient utilizing ability of organs.
- To assist the body in getting rid of harmful, pathogenic micro-organism.

However, apart from the parsley tea benefits above, There are also parsley tea side effects that may occur as follows :
    - Parsley tea is abundant in oxalic acid. Thus, patients of kidney inflammation should avoid it as it may cause the formation of kidney stones.
    - It is not suggested for internal use as the essential oil of parsley tea is toxic.
    - Parsley tea contains a compound called psoralen, which has been linked to photodermatitis reaction commonly found in parsley cutters.
    - Pregnant women should not consume parsley tea as it acts as a uterus stimulant.

    Knowing the parsley tea benefits and side effects, it's a wisdom for you to consume it properly

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      Anonymous said...

      I mnust not be understanding something: when you say about parsley tea "It is not suggested for internal use," what is it you think that people do with tea? Or, more likely, i hope, I just don't properly understand the term "internal use."

      Anonymous said...

      I was thinking the same thing. Maybe it's a typo.

      Anonymous said...

      "internal use" refers to any use other than for drinking ie putting it in your ears, eyes, anus, cuts, vagina ect. It is known that some women use parsley compresses as douches, this is not necessarily bad but could be harmfull. Also many oils that are extracted from herbs (ie parsley extract) that you can buy in oil form for painting etc are toxic and you should NOT make tea with them.

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      Anonymous said...

      Parsley tea "OILS" are being referred to separately & distinctly as not being for internal uses.

      Anonymous said...

      I used parsley tea (1 tsp dry to cup of water steep for 10 minutes drink through out the day)for 20+ years for kidney and bladder infections... most of the time it works better than antibotics

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