Parsley Tea 

 

My Experience 
When taking my 2nd dose of antibiotics for a kidney infection, I was desperate to kick it. After trying so many remedies, I finally found an effective one, parsley tea ! listed in a herbal in an old herbal book, it was a lucky find. This Tea has numerous health benifits and surprisingly delicious. After two days, one cup on each day, my symptoms were completely gone. I was really surprised. I managed to avoid another dose of antibiotics and it was looking at UV antibiotic treatment, which I would of been very weary of starting. It was definitely not an illness to mess around with. Along with medical attention (most important) the moral of this story is that you can take life style changes to help yourself as well. Many teas and herbal remedies can help you live a healthier life.

So here’s a recipe, it’s recommended to have no more than one cup of this tea a day as it has diuretic properties. If you are on any medication or have a health condition, you should consult a healthcare professional before consuming, just to be on the safe side. This tea can easily be combined with other teas and ingredients. It is fresh and mild in flavour and has a summery aroma almost like cut grass.

Benefits 

Anemia-prevention

Bladder infection prevention and treatment

Digestive aid

Kidney health

Bad breath treatment

Anti-arthritis

Blood tonic and purifier

Natural diuretic

Gas reduction

Indigestion soother

Immune booster

Method

Cut and wash five sprigs of parsley and fill a tea strainer, alternatively you can use dried a teaspoon of parsley.

Place in a cup and fill with boiled water.

Cover the cup with a saucer and allow to brew for 10 minutes.

Remove tea strainer.

Enjoy your healthy and tasty cup of parsley tea.

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