2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Parsley-benefits & side effects on health
Author(s): Dr. Puneeta Ajmera, Sumati Kalani and Dr. Luxita Sharma
Parsley is a debasement of two Latin words, 'petros' and 'selinon' signifying 'shake' and 'celery', individually. Dioscorides, a Greek doctor of the early Roman Empire, is said to have given the plant its name, 'Petroselinum crispum'. Parsley initially developed wild close to the Mediterranean. Parsley was acknowledged for its restorative properties well before it wound up acknowledged as a nourishment or flavor. Since parsley was mistaken for false parsley (which is noxious), the level assortment rushed to get on. Parsley can clean your breath and sense of taste. Parsley is a brilliant green bare biennial herbaceous plant in mild atmospheres, and a yearly herb in sub-tropical regions. Parsley is wealthy in iron, nutrients A, B and C and oil called apiol, which is separated from the seeds and used to treat contaminations of the urinary tract, general infection anticipation, assimilation and course issues, and kidney stones.
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Dr. Puneeta Ajmera, Sumati Kalani and Dr. Luxita Sharma. Parsley-benefits & side effects on health. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1236-1242.