Parsley is a medicinal herb. It is extremely rich in nutrients. The content of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) it exceeds many fruits and vegetables. 100 g of young green shoots of parsley contains approximately two daily allowance of vitamin C. This is almost 4 times more than in lemons. The content of carotene parsley does not yield carrots. 100 g of parsley contains two daily allowance of vitamin A. in addition, parsley has vitamins B1, B2, folic acid, and also salts of potassium, magnesium, iron, enzyme substances, including inulin, regulates the exchange of glucose in the blood.
Parsley juice is most important properties necessary for oxygen metabolism and maintain normal adrenal function and thyroid. Contained in parsley micro and macro elements are in such proportions that helps to strengthen the walls of blood vessels, especially capillaries and arteries.
Juice of parsley is very useful in diseases of the eye and optic nerve, cataract and conjunctivitis, ulceration of the cornea. Parsley juice helps can visual acuity. This juice is an excellent remedy for diseases of the urinary tract and helps (due to the presence of specific bitter-taste cool) at stones in kidneys and bladder, nephritis, when protein in the urine, and other kidney diseases. Apply the juice as greens, and roots. This is one of the most potent juices and should not be used separately in pure form more than 30-60 grams.