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PARSLEY

DETOX

TO RESOLVE TOXICITY OF:

  • LIVER
  • KIDNEYS
  • LYMPHATIC SYSTEM
  • GROUND MATRIX (SPACE BETWEEN THE CELLS)

General Description

Parsley is an extract produced from the leaves and stems of Petroselinum crispum. It is a short-lived perennial herb that is a member of the carrot family. The herb Parsley provides dietary calcium, iron, riboflavin, thiamine, carotenes, ascorbic acid, and vitamins A and C. It is very effective in aiding detoxification of the liver, kidneys, lymphatic system and the ground matrix. Parsley Detox is commonly used in conjunction with antimicrobials produced by Nutramedix like Samento, Houttuynia, Banderol, Cumanda, Enula, and Mora. Many health care professionals have reported that Parsley Detox can be used in place of 4 or 5 other detoxification remedies. In many cases, a significant healing crisis (Herxheimer's reaction) can be dramatically reduced or eliminated by taking 10 drops of Parsley Detox approximately every 10 minutes for an hour or two.

Some Reported Medicinal Properties

ANTI-ALOPECIAL (HAIR LOSS)

ANTI-ANEMIC

ANTI-ARTHRITIC

ANTI-CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

ANTI-GALLSTONES

ANTI-CONJUNCTIVITIS

ANTI-CYSTITIS

ANTI-DERMATITIC

ANTI-DIARRHEAL

ANTI-FATIGUE

ANTI-GLAUCOMA

ANTI-GOUT

ANTI-INFECTION

ANTI-JAUNDICE

ANTI-KIDNEY STONES

ANTI-LIVER DISEASE

ANTI-MENSTRUAL IRREGULARITY

ANTINEOPLASTIC

ANTI-RHEUMATISM

GALACTAGOGUE

HYPOTENSIVE

Reasearch On Nutramedix Product

in vivo – Anti-inflammatory

At the University of Guayaquil, Ecuador, Parsley produced an anti-inflammatory effect 89% as strong as Feldene as an anti-inflammatory. Full Article

IN VIvO - ACCUTE ORAL TOXICITY TESTS

An acute Oral toxicity study was conducted by the University of Guayaquil, Ecuador concluding that Parsley did not produce toxic effects, thus the product is considered practically innocuous for humans when administered in the acute form. Therefore; studies of acute toxicity at higher doses in humans are not necessary. Full Article 

Medical Conditions [peer-reviewed journals]

Diabetes

Ozsoy-Sacan, O., Yanardag, R., Orak, H., Ozgey, Y., Yarat, A., & Tunali, T. (2006). Effects of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) extract versus glibornuride on the liver of streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 104(1-2), 175-181. Full Article

Bolkent, S., Yanardag, R., Ozsoy‐Sacan, O., & Karabulut‐Bulan, O. (2004). Effects of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) on the liver of diabetic rats: a morphological and biochemical study. Phytotherapy Research, 18(12), 996-999. Full Article

Yanardağ, R., Bolkent, Ş., Tabakoğlu-Oğuz, A., & Özsoy-Saçan, Ö. (2003). Effects of Petroselinum crispum extract on pancreatic B cells and blood glucose of streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 26(8), 1206-1210. Full Article

Medicinal Properties [peer-reviewed journals]

Antispasmodic

Tirapelli, C. R., de Andrade, C. R., Cassano, A. O., De Souza, F. A., Ambrosio, S. R., da Costa, F. B., & de Oliveira, A. M. (2007). Antispasmodic and relaxant effects of the hidroalcoholic extract of Pimpinella anisum (Apiaceae) on rat anococcygeus smooth muscleJournal of Ethnopharmacology, 110(1), 23-29. Full Article

Antioxidant

Tang, E. L. H., Rajarajeswaran, J., Fung, S., & Kanthimathi, M. S. (2015). Petroselinum crispum has antioxidant properties, protects against DNA damage and inhibits proliferation and migration of cancer cells. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 95(13), 2763-2771. Full Article

Wong, P. Y., & Kitts, D. D. (2006). Studies on the dual antioxidant and antibacterial properties of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) and cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) extracts. Food chemistry, 97(3), 505-515. Full Article

Zhang, H., Chen, F., Wang, X., & Yao, H. Y. (2006). Evaluation of antioxidant activity of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) essential oil and identification of its antioxidant constituents. Food research international, 39(8), 833-839. Full Article

Fejes, S. Z., Blazovics, A., Lemberkovics, E., Petri, G., Szöke, E., & Kery, A. (2000). Free radical scavenging and membrane protective effects of methanol extracts fromAnthriscus cerefolium L.(Hoffm.) andPetroselinum crispum (Mill.) Nym. ex AW Hill. Phytotherapy Research, 14(5), 362-365. Full Article

Nielsen, S. E., Young, J. F., Daneshvar, B., Lauridsen, S. T., Knuthsen, P., Sandström, B., & Dragsted, L. O. (1999). Effect of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) intake on urinary apigenin excretion, blood antioxidant enzymes and biomarkers for oxidative stress in human subjects. British Journal of Nutrition, 81(6), 447-455. Full Article

Antibacterial

Petrolini, F. V. B., Lucarini, R., Souza, M. G. M. D., Pires, R. H., Cunha, W. R., & Martins, C. H. G. (2013). Evaluation of the antibacterial potential of Petroselinum crispum and Rosmarinus officinalis against bacteria that cause urinary tract infections. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, 44(3), 829-834. Full Article

Aljanaby, A. A. J. J. (2013). Antibacterial activity of an aqueous extract of Petroselinum crispum leaves against pathogenic bacteria isolated from patients with burns infections in Al-najaf Governorate, Iraq. Research on Chemical Intermediates, 39(8), 3709-3714. Full Article

Seyyednejad, S. M., Maleki, S., Damabi, N. M., & Motamedi, H. (2008). Antibacterial activity of Prunus mahaleb and Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) against some pathogen. Asian J Biol Sci, 1(1), 51-55. Full Article

Wong, P. Y., & Kitts, D. D. (2006). Studies on the dual antioxidant and antibacterial properties of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) and cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) extracts. Food Chemistry, 97(3), 505-515. Full Article

Antifungal

Linde, G. A., Gazim, Z. C., Cardoso, B. K., Jorge, L. F., Tešević, V., Glamoćlija, J., ... & Colauto, N. B. (2016). Antifungal and antibacterial activities of Petroselinum crispum essential oil. Genet Mol Res, 15(3), 15038538. Full Article

Anti-inflammatory

Al-Howiriny, T. A., Al-Sohaibani, M. O., El-Tahir, K. H., & Rafatullah, S. (2003). Preliminary evaluation of the anti-inflammatory and anti-hepatotoxic activities of'parsley'petroselinum crispum in rats. Journal of natural remedies, 3(1), 54-62. Full Article

Spasmolytic

Moazedi, A. A., Mirzaie, D. N., Seyyednejad, S. M., Zadkarami, M. R., & Amirzargar, A. (2007). Spasmolytic effect of Petroselinum crispum (Parsley) on rat's ileum at different calcium chloride concentrations. Pakistan journal of biological sciences: PJBS, 10(22), 4036-4042. Full Article

Hepatoprotective Effect

Bolkent, S., Yanardag, R., Ozsoy‐Sacan, O., & Karabulut‐Bulan, O. (2004). Effects of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) on the liver of diabetic rats: a morphological and biochemical study. Phytotherapy Research, 18(12), 996-999. Full Article

Immunomodulating

Yousofi, A., Daneshmandi, S., Soleimani, N., Bagheri, K., & Karimi, M. H. (2012). Immunomodulatory effect of Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) essential oil on immune cells: mitogen-activated splenocytes and peritoneal macrophages. Immunopharmacology and immunotoxicology, 34(2), 303-308. Full Article

Medicinal Properties
[other journals]

Medical Conditions [other journals]

Videos

Conference Presentations

Cowden Support Program for Lyme: Observational Study – Dublin, Ireland – June, 2012 Armin Schwarzbach, MD PhD Full Video

Patient Reports

"Parsley when combined with pinella, makes for an excellent detox. Great for Herxheimer reactions. A must-have for Lyme disease." -W.S.

“I'm using many of the NutraMedix products as part of my treatment for late-stage Lyme Disease. Parsley is great for helping your body detox. I am very happy with this product.” – K.O

“It's my lifesaver to rid of toxins from Bartonella and Lyme. Great product can't live without it! Just 10-20 drops in water until feel better. Thank you!” – J.P

“I really like this product and heavily depend on it to detox all the nasty stuff associated with Lyme disease.” – M.B

"Parsley is very effective in getting my lymphs to drain.  Recommended by my doctor and safe." -E. I think it is great!" -B.L Great product for Lyme disease like all Cowden products.  This is by far the best protocol to address Lyme and the most cost effective too.  Strong stuff without side effects.  Until now there is no better option available to keep Lyme in remission."-F.S.

Dosage Information

General Detox Aid: Take 10 drops in 4 oz. of water 1-2 times daily.

Mild Toxicity: Take 10 drops 3-4 times daily.  May be taken several times per day as needed. 

Moderate to Severe Toxicity and Herxheimer Reaction (healing crisis): take 10 drops every 15 minutes in 2 oz. of water until symptoms are resolved.  

Can also put 2 droppers full (approximately 60 drops) in at least 16 oz. of water and sip over a 2-hour period, repeating until symptoms are resolved.  

Each 10 drop dose can be taken with 10 drops of Pinella in the same water.

Protocols

Safety Information

An acute Oral toxicity study was conducted by the University of Guayaquil, Ecuador concluding that Parsley did not produce toxic effects, thus the product is considered practically innocuous for humans when administered in the acute form. Therefore; studies of acute toxicity at higher doses in humans are not necessary. Full Article 

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PARSLEY
Parsley: Effects of Petroselinum crispum Extract on Pancreatic B Cells and Blood

This study investigated both morphologically and biochemically whether parsley (Petroselinum crispum), which is used as a folk remedy to decrease blood glucose, has any antidiabetic effect on pancreatic B cells of rats.

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Parsley: Antispasmodic and relaxant effects

Plant extracts are considered nowadays as potential bioactive agents that can interfere and alter different cellular processes.

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Parsley: Toxicity Study (English Translated)

PARSLEY will be used in humans because of the vital importance of carrying out these first-step tests.

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Parsley: Immunomodulating

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) has been traditionally used for the treatment of allergy, autoimmune and chronic inflammatory disorders. The present study aims to investigate the suppressive effects of parsley essential oil on mouse splenocytes and macrophages cells.

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Parsley: Diabetes

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is one of the medicinal herbs used by diabetics in Turkey.

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Parsley: Diabetes (Liver Rats)

Parsley is used by diabetics in Turkey to reduce blood glucose.

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Parsley: antioxidant

Free radicals cause the oxidation of biomolecules (e.g., protein, amino acids, lipid and DNA) which leads to cell injury and death.

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Parsley: antioxidant (urinary)

Apigenin is a flavone found in vegetables, seasonings and oranges, and it possesses antioxidant activity in vitro. Potent biological effects of this flavonoid have been described in vitro and in vivo.

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Parsley: Antioxidant (proliferation)

Petroselinum crispum (Mill) Nyman ex AW Hill, commonly known as English parsley, is a culinary and medicinal herb of the Apiaceae family that grows up to 30–100 cm high.

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Parsley: antioxidant (iron)

This study was aimed to evaluate antioxidant response of parsley cells to 21 ppm iron and static magnetic field (SMF; 30 mT).

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Parsley: Antioxidant (Free Rad)

Deterioration of food quality via oxidative rancidity is often the primary factor limiting the shelf life of food products, even in foods that have low fat content.

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Parsley: Antioxidant (Dual)

Antioxidant and antibacterial activities of freeze-dried and irradiated parsley (Petroselinum crispum) and cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) leaves and stems were determined on methanol and water extracts.

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Parsley: Anti-Inflammatory Study (English Translated)

The auricular edema is achieved by applying 12-0- Tetradecanoil Forbol-13 Acetate (TPA), one of the components responsible for the irritating action of croton oil, into the auditory pavilion of the mouse.

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Parsley: antifungal

Parsley [Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) Fuss] is regarded as an aromatic, culinary, and medicinal plant and is used in the cosmetic, food, and pharmaceutical industries.

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Parsley: antibacterial (UTI)

In this study we evaluated the antibacterial activity of the crude hydroalcoholic extracts, fractions, and compounds of two plant species, namely Rosmarinus officinalis and Petroselinum crispum, against the bacteria that cause urinary tract infection.

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Parsley: antibacterial (aqueous)

The purpose of this study was to investigate, by use of the agar well diffusion method, the ability of cold-water and hot-water extracts of Petroselinum crispum leaves to inhibit bacteria isolated from patients with burns infections.

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Parsley: antibacterial (activity)

Antimicrobial activities of various species and their derivatives have been reported by many works.

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Parsley: Antispasmodic and Relaxant Effects

The present work describes the mechanisms involved in the muscle relaxant effect of ethanol:water (40:60, 60:40 and 80:20) aerial parts extracts of Pimpinella anisum. Three hidroalcoholic extracts in which the proportion of ethanol was 40% (HA40%), 60% (HA60%) or 80% (HA80%) were tested for activity in the rat anococcygeus smooth muscle. The three extracts (50 g/mL) inhibited acetylcholine-induced contraction.

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Parsley: Diabetes

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is one of the medicinal herbs used by diabetics in Turkey. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of parsley (2 g/kg) and glibornuride (5 mg/kg) on the liver tissue of streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Swiss albino rats were divided into six groups: control; control + parsley; control + glibornuride; diabetic; diabetic + parsley; diabetic + glibornuride.

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Parsley: Antioxidant Activity

Antioxidant capacities of the essential oil extracted from parsley (Petroselinum crispum) were evaluated by three different in vitro assays: b-carotene bleaching assay, DPPH free radical scavenging assay and Fe2+-metal chelating assay. Results showed that the parsley oil (PO) possessed a certain degree of antioxidant activities in terms of b-carotene bleaching capacity and free radical scavenging activity, but its metal chelating capacity was negligible.

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