Product overview / Parsley

For a bold taste!

Since time immemorial, parsley has been used as an appetite stimulant, an excellent cosmetic product and a remedy against many diseases. The plant was popular in ancient Greece and Rome, as well as in the Eastern countries.

Beneficial properties

  • Contains vitamins A and C, as well as micronutrients;
  • Strengthens the gums and improves eyesight;
  • Fresh parsley juice possesses properties required for oxygen metabolism and maintains the normal function of the adrenal and thyroid glands. The combination of elements contained therein enhances the blood vessels, especially capillaries and arteries;
  • Remedial effect in kidney diseases, cystitis, edema of cardiac origin, and flatulence; choleretic action against biliary dyskinesia.


Parsley is consumed fresh, dried and salted (less frequently). The leaves are used as a component of salads; leaves and roots are applied as an additive to soups and side dishes, especially fish dishes. Freshly frozen greens fully preserve the nutritional and medicinal properties for several months (or up to one year, if properly stored).

Parsley’s root vegetables are edible; however, they are rarely used due to their fineness and stiffness.


Parsley consumption is contraindicated for people suffering from oxaluria.