Parsley diabetes

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parsley in diabetes mellitusparsley is Known to all officially is called - garden (sometimes curly). It is an annual plant belonging to the family Umbelliferae. It is believed that for the first time it began to eat on the island of Sardinia. The composition of parsley is a real storehouse of nutrients. For example, it contains five times more vitamin C than citrus. It is also rich In b vitamins, luteolin, apigenin, salts of phosphorus, iron, potassium, carotene etc.

the Therapeutic effect of parsley in diabetes has two main impact target: the normalization of level of glucose in the blood and urine, a diuretic effect. Due to pronounced diuretic effect, it relieves swelling, facilitates the leaching of excess salts from the body.

Infusion of parsley diabetes

1) 100 g of roots pour 1 liter of boiling water. Insist hour, strain. Applied with urinary retention or severe swelling 1 glass. The treatment of patients with diabetes continues for up to two weeks.

2) parsley Stalks crushed with a knife. 1 tablespoon of the resulting mass pour 1 Cup of hot water and boil for 2-3 minutes. Half an hour insist, then strain the resulting infusion. Need to apply 2-3 times a day for 1 tablespoon.

3) Take 1 teaspoon of seeds and pour hot not boiling water. The glass obtained suspension is put in a warm place and leave for 8 to 12 hours. Filter. The resulting infusion should be taken by people suffering from diabetes to 1 tablespoon every 2-4 hours.

4) parsley Stalks crushed with a knife. Half a tablespoon of this mass pour the milk popularly. The resulting mixture is boiled on a slow fire, stirring constantly until then, until the volume is reduced by about half. Filter. The resulting decoction take one tablespoon 3 times daily before meals.

Despite the fact that parsley is a very rich source of vitamins and other nutrients, the main area of its application is the suppression of the swelling which so often suffer diabetic patients. Also it is successfully used in diseases of the bladder, urolithiasis, chronic pyelonephritis, various diseases of the liver and biliary tract.