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Traditionally all parts of the plant including the root are said to have medicinal anti-inflammatory properties. Today it is often only used as a garnish due to its strong flavour, but Parsley is rich in protein, iron, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A, B and C. Parsley has been used as a diuretic as it stimulates the kidneys, relieves spasms and sweetens breath.

Parsley prefers a sunny spot and is easy to grow in pots and from seed in the greenhouse or window-sill.

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