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When you are struck down by bronchial infection, it could range from an annoying tickle in your throat to a debilitating cough that you simply can’t shake. Some forms of bronchial congestion are caused by allergens or irritants in the air you breathe, rather than an infection. Parsley is commonly thought of as a garnish, but it does have certain anti-histaminic properties, which prevent the release of histamine in the body. Histamine causes inflammation when it detects a foreign agent in the body, so when parsley blocks this release, it can help eliminate bronchial congestion very quickly. Protection Status
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