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Ingredients

Parsley

Botanical name: Petroselinum crispum
Common name: Parsley
Part used: Aerial parts

Believed to have originated in the Mediterranean region, Parsley has been used as both food and medicine for more than 2,000 years. Traditionally, it has been used to improve circulation, and its diuretic effects are often used to treat bladder and kidney ailments. As a feminine balancing herb, Parsley is used to normalize menstruation and to relieve premenstrual cramps and bloating.

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