Parsley

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Parsley is often dismissed as little more than a garnish, but it actually has a number of beneficial health effects on the human body, including treatment of angina and other cardiovascular-related diseases. Parsley is able to reduce blood pressure and ease the tension on your heart, which can eliminate chronic angina and lower your risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke. Parsley can be consumed in a variety of forms, ranging from dried herbs to the fresh leaves. Some people even brew parsley tea as a heart booster, although the flavor of that particular brew may be a bit hard to swallow.

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