Parsley is, by far the most commonly mentioned of herbs in recipes all over the world. Parsley is full of vitamins and also contains a whole host of minerals too, including iron, calcium, potassium, copper, magnesium, manganese and iodine. Throughout history, Parsley Teas have been used mainly as kidney stone, bladder infection, and jaundice medications, as well as digestive aids. This four-page report shows how to grow, harvest, and use Parsley in your kitchen and bathroom to make great meals and herbal treatments.
Rosemary contains compounds that prevent the loss of acetylcholine, a chemical vital to thinking and reasoning.
Rosemary also contains Rosmaricine, which relieves headaches the same way aspirin does.
Rosemary is abundant in Calcuim in a form that is easily absorbed by the body. One tablespoon of Rosemary contains 42 milligrams of Calcuim.
Rosemary contains 6 chemical compounds that are known to fight cataracts.
Learn all you need to know about growing, harvesting, cooking, and healing with Rosemary in this four-page report: