Parsley tea

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Edit tea info Last updated by Ashley Bain
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195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more

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Parsley is rich in minerals and vitamins A, C and K. It has been proved to be useful in balancing hormones, fighting anemia, destroying free radicals, is an anti-inflammatory, an anti-bacterial, boosts the immune system, aids in digestion, helps kidney and urinary conditions, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis…freshens breath… and the list goes on.
It is also one of the most highly concentrated sources of luteolin, which has been proven to decrease your risk of ovarian cancer by 34%.

Heat water just before boiling or boil and let cool for a few, (you don’t want to burn off the good stuff in the parsley.) Pour 8 ounces of water over 1 to 4 tablespoons of fresh chopped parsley, and steep 5 – 15 minutes. Add sweetener if desired.

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Enjoying a nice cup of super beneficial parsley tea. Read my description for more info, and try it! :)

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 8 min or more
Anna Vu

Oh wow! Parsley tea? How innovating. I just had a mint tea that had been boiled down but never Parsley.

Ashley Bain

It’s surprisingly enjoyable, and I’m trying to drink at least a cup a day now for the health benefits.
I love mint tea. I bet parsley mint tea would be good. Or parsley mint tarragon tea. I love herbs!

MegWesley

When I think of parsley, I think of Peter Rabbit and how he nibbled on parsley for stomach aches. I bet this would be a good tea for when you eat too much. : )

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