Aromatic herbs
25 May 2015

aromaticas12 PARSLEY

It is one of the aromatic herbs more used in our kitchen, a sentence that said, you are the parsley of all sauces are even used.


The reproduction by seed, in a sunny spot in soil that is not too compact. Also suitable for growing pot fabric, geotextiles pots, window boxes or vertical gardens can have a fresh and tender leaves for garnish dishes simply cutting the necessary irrigation and after stimulate vegetative growth.

Note that seed germination is difficult. It is inconsistent and may take 3-6 weeks. It is speculated that furanocumarinas called chemical compounds present in the outer seed coat or testa, may be responsible for the delay in germination. These compounds can inhibit the germination of other seeds to compete with neighboring plants parsley. However, the same plant can be affected by their own furanocumarinas. Let stand overnight soaked seeds reduces the germination period.


One of the most important properties of parsley is the fact act as a diuretic, ie, the liquid helps remove and prevents the latter are retained in the body. That’s why the use of this herb in obesity or overweight is recommended, as well as to improve rheumatism, although people with kidney failure should first consult your doctor as parsley can promote kidney stone development.

It also acts as an antioxidant body, preventing cell aging and helps keep young. Similarly, antioxidants help prevent free radicals that are the cause of many diseases such as cancer.

Also it highlights the digestive level as acts of parsley as antiflatulent carminative and helps expel gas and also helps to promote appetite.

This plant is rich in minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, iron and sulfur and also highlights the great contribution of vitamin C. Parsley helps to strengthen the body against external agents.

Other beneficial properties for parsley is that strengthens hair and nails, as well as suitable for skin problems of combat. And parsley has toning properties besides vasodilator that helps improve blood circulation, stronger hair that is achieved.

You can also use parsley to combat menstrual pain for its antispasmodic qualities that relieve pain. Therefore, it is recommended to add a teaspoon of parsley leaves in a cup of boiling water and take three times a day during menstruation.



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