Parsley

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Parsley has long been associated with the cardiovascular system, as some of the organic compounds and natural oils in parsley can affect the health of tissues and arteries. Given that arteriosclerosis attacks arteries throughout the body, congealing and hardening them, and increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes, the use of parsley as a natural remedy comes as no surprise. Parsley can be eaten raw, and it is often found as a garnish, or it can be ground down and consumed with water 1-2 times per day. This can soothe inflammation of the arteries and help eliminate the calcifications.

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