CHILI AND PARSLEY

CHILIS belong to the family of peppers. The oblong fruits are only about two inches long, but 20 times sharper in taste than peppers.
Effect- both fresh and dried fruits act diaphoretic, antiseptic, antibacterial, hemostatic, appetizing and generally promotes healing . Digestion and especially the cycle are strongly encouraged. The components of the chilis kill worms and parasites, and especially help for problems with the respiratory tract, such as for colds, blocked sinuses, tonsillitis and hoarseness. You should not use the hot pods with strong circulation and stomach discomfort.

CHILIS - YELLOW, ORANGE and RED (Oblong)

In the savory kitchen, they are fresh, dried or crushed or quarry. If you have little experience with chilis, should thus initially used sparingly. Even small quantities to ensure that a meal is easily digestible and digestible. Larger quantities should only use the one that likes to eat very spicy just like me.

PARSLEY - PETERSIL

Parsley is healthy and can be consumed in different ways. Fresh as a culinary herb, as tea or even as a finished product. Parsley has in addition to its use as a spice and medicinal properties. Its high content of vitamin C counteracts invigorating and colds, it also has a diuretic, antispasmodic, expectorant and tonic. You will find, among other things used in the treatment of gout, indigestion, high blood pressure, bad breath, skin diseases and other woman ailments. So, what could you ask more!
Parsley as a cure can be used both internally and externally, plus a choice of tea or a tincture is prepared from leaves, roots or seeds. Both of which can be taken, applied to the skin, and used as an a mouthwash too. Not only for cooking!

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