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Parsley

Parsley

Parsley: Parsley is an herb used in cooking and medicinally that is claimed to have diuretic, laxative and expectorant effects. Parsley also supplies a variety of vitamins and nutrients and is available in supplements.

Adequate Amounts Claimed As Beneficial For Conditions: Parsley

Adequate amounts of Parsley are claimed to be potentially beneficial for:

Adequate Amounts Claimed As Preventative For Conditions: Parsley

Adequate amounts of Parsley are claimed to be potentially preventative for:

Toxicity/Overdose Risks For Supplement Or Excessive Intake: Parsley

Excessive intake of Parsley may involve the following risks:

  • Low potassium level
  • Consult with your physician or healthcare practitioner before using in children
  • Do not use during pregnancy or lactation
  • Possible allergic reaction in some people
  • Possible interactions with other supplements and medications
  • Consult with your healthcare provider before using any supplements, herbal remedies or alternative therapies

Parsley: Other Names

Other names for this supplements (Parsley) include:

  • Petrosilinum crispum

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