The benefits of fresh greens

The benefits of fresh greens
 

Fresh greens add a great flavor and they are a great source of vitamins. Here are 3 greens that you should consider using more often.
Basil

Basil treats nervous stress, it relieves headaches, and effectively reduces high body temperature. Basil also normalizes functions of digestive organs, relieves pain, kills bacteria, inhibits spasms, stimulates urine output, strengthens the immune system, facilitates an expectorant, restores the sense of smell after a long cold, and stimulates blood circulation. It contains potent antioxidants and preservatives, that rejuvenate and refresh, tones your skin and give a shine to your hair, and promotes its growth.

Parsley

Parsley perfectly cleanses your body. It is especially useful if you have any kidney disease as it prevents accumulation of fluids. Parsley contains vitamin C, provitamin A, vitamins E, B1, B2, PP, and flavonoids. It also contains mineral salts of iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, manganese, nickel, fluorine.

Parsley perfectly eliminates bad breath, bactericidal oral cavity, etc. So if you have a bad breath, chew some leaves of parsley. Parsley tea is great for older men that have bladder and prostate ailments. It strengthens blood vessels, so it can also be used to treat diabetes.

Mint

Mint has analgesic and vasodilator properties. It improves digestion, and relieves nausea. Mint tea is used instead of tranquilizers, as well as if you have any inflammation in your bronchi or lungs, als for patients with cardiovascular and gynecological diseases.

Mint is great to disinfect the mouth cavity. It can also relieve stomach pains and pacify heartburn. Mint is great for gentle, sensitive, prone to inflammation skin. It helps with itching and rash. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, mint is used to treat bronchitis, tonsillitis, rhinitis, and pharyngitis.

 

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