Imbalance of hormones during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause and PMS can make a woman swollen, and it is no secret that many notice that their breasts are “fuller” for several days before your period.

An excessive intake of salt, sugar and fat may contribute to the retention of water in the body, which further benefits the insufficient intake of vitamin B complex, and proteins.

Fast food and meals that are strongly saline act so that the body starts to retain water, and we feel bloated in the stomach and in the extremities. Also, chronic diseases such as kidney disease, lung cancer or arthritis can cause water retention.

Parsley, a plant that we use as a spice, has a “magical” power. Its quantity in the food is still small, so is not sufficient to initiate the elimination of the accumulated fluid from the body.

It is an excellent ally in the fight against urinary problems, kidney disease and is a strong diuretic. As a remedy can be used the roots and leaves of parsley.

Recipe:

Add 5 tablespoons of chopped parsley in boiling water (about one liter).

Let the liquid stay for about twenty minutes, then strain the tea and you can drink it, but with the chopped parsley.

Parsley tea can be consumed hot and cooled.

You can drink it at any day, except late at night so as not to have to go to urinate at night (Since this tea will make you often go to the toilet).

The excretion of fluids from the body is very important. With the urine toxins, bacteria and other harmful substances are expelled.

For parsley has been scientifically proven to be an excellent diuretic, and it is also a strong antioxidant.

Parsley tea is recommended, but you should not overdo it. The consumption shall be no more than a liter of tea per day.

Parsley is an herb that is present since ancient times as a medicine.