Cleanse Your Kidneys Almost Instantly Using This Natural Home Drink

Kidneys

Kidneys are organs that constantly are filtering your blood, making sure that waste products exit your body from urine. Living an unhealthy lifestyle leads to toxins build up in your body, which makes it harder for your kidneys to accomplish their job.

That is why it is so important to stay hydrated and cleanse your kidneys (as well as the liver) occasionally. This habit can prevent kidney disease, kidney stones, and toxic build-up in your body.

So, if you want to cleanse your kidneys every once in a while, there are  natural remedies that can help you do that. One of them is parsley.

How can parsley help your kidneys?

Parsley is rich in vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A, folic acid,  iron, furanocoumarins, and various terpenoid compounds, which are important for kidney health.

Surprisingly, parsley is also antimicrobial, anti-anemic, anticoagulant, antihyperlipidemic (lowers triglycerides), antihepatotoxic (cleanse the liver), antihypertensive (lowers blood pressure), hypoglycaemic (lower blood sugar), diuretic, hypouricemic, and estrogenic (regulates menstruation).

In traditional medicine, the use of parsley is recommended to help manage kidney stones.

Parsley helps cleanse your kidneys by increasing the production of urine and urine flow, which could push out kidney stones. Also, it prevents the absorption of salt into kidney tissue, preventing the formation of kidney stones.

Also, parsley can be used to reduce anxiety and calms the nerves.

How to make parsley tea to cleanse your kidneys

When making your tea, use fresh herbs because they make it more potent. But, also, you can use dried parsley leaves.

Ingredients

  • One bunch of fresh organic parsley leaves
  • Eight cups of filtered water
  • Two tablespoons of raw, organic honey
  • A juice from a half lemon, freshly squeezed

Instructions

  • Wash and chop the leaves, leaving them in large pieces.
  • Place them in a bowl and pour water.
  • Boil the water and let it simmer for around 10 minutes.
  • Strain it into a large saucepan with a lid and let it cool.
  • Add lemon and honey to taste.
  • Drink 1 to 2 cups a day.
  • Store in glass containers in the fridge for up to a week.

Parsley has no side effects, however, some researchers suggest it can induce menstruation and abortion, so pregnant women should avoid drinking this tea. Also, if you are currently taking some medications to lower your blood pressure consult your doctor before taking it.

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Source: saludconremedios.com

 

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