U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Why To Love Parsley?

I read somewhere that parsley is one of the most wonderful plants in the world.
Reported health benefites:
The richness of minerals as well as the high content of vitamins has made parsley valuable for cases of anemia, nephritis (inflammation of kidneys), tuberculosis, halitosis, menstruation disorders, feevers, congested liver and gall bladder, diseasis of the urinary tract, rheumatism, arthritis, obesity, high blood preassure, dispepsia, etc. (J.M. Kadans, Ph.D. Encyclopedia of Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts and Seeds for Healthful Living). They recommend
to eat parsley raw for preservation of the food value.


  1. Thanks for visiting and your comment Natasha!

  2. Plus parsley is oh so very Russian! Parsley and dill (and green onions) are on every table all summer long.

    Love your blog! Haven't seen all of it yet, but am working through the archives. I also envy your much warmer location :)


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