Drink this homemade tea to cure swollen legs


Parsley is something that we constantly use in salads, stews, and other amazing dishes. Not many people are aware that parsley contains great nutritional values and it is considered a source of iron, potassium, and the A, B, C, and K vitamins

Parsley can be used to prevent the destructive effects of diabetes on the liver because it helps you to regulate blood sugar and to keep a healthy weight.

Research showed that parsley can lower your chances of having cancer and it also protects blood vessels, improves immunity, lowers inflammation, and prevents a lot of diseases like diabetes, asthma, colon cancer, atherosclerosis, etc.

But what most people have no idea about is the fact that parsley can help reduce the swellings in feet. Parsley is mainly used by people that have special events coming up and they need to lose weight for it because it gets rid of excess water in the human body.

Swollen feet can affect pregnant women, but they are not the only ones. Consumption of a lot of salt and sitting all day or going through PMS can lead to edema. Some people claim that some medications also cause feet swellings. Naproxen, ibuprofen, hormone therapies or other medication can lead to swellings. They actually can be an indication of lymph system blockage, heart failure, swellings of the membrane around the heart or blood clots in the lower limbs.

In some cases, swellings can come with chest pain, dizziness, difficulty breathing, confusion or fainting. If you experience any of this, then you might have a blood clot in your lungs and you should consult a doctor as soon as possible.

Parsley is an amazing diuretic and that is why it is a powerful remedy that has been used for hundreds of years. It actually enhances kidney functions. Kidneys are very important because if they work properly, then water will stay long in your body and that will reduce the chances of having edema. Not to mention that parsley contains potassium that replenishes your body reserves. So make sure to regularly drink parsley tea.

To make parsley tea, simply start by boiling some water, then add a quarter cup of chopped parsley and steep it for 5 or 7 minutes, and it is ready. Make sure to drink two quarts of parsley tea each and every day.