Scientific name : Petroselinum crispum
Other names: Български: Магданоз , Català: Julivert , Česky: Petržel , Dansk: Persille , Deutsch: Petersilie , Esperanto: Petroselo , Español: Perejil , Suomi: Persilja , Français: Persil , Magyar: Petrezselyem , Italiano: Prezzemolo , 日本語: パセリ , Lietuviškai: Petražolė , Nederlands: Peterselie , Norsk (nynorsk): Persille , Norsk: Persille , Polski: Pietruszka zwyczajna , Português: Salsa , Română: Pătrunjel , Русский: Петрушка кудрявая , Slovenščina: Navadni peteršilj , Svenska: Persilja , Türkçe: Maydanoz , Tiếng Việt: Mùi tây

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Parsley has a history of being used for kidney stone disease and semolina. While the roots and leaves of the plant contain very little essential oil, the fruit of the parsley contains quite a bit (depending on the variety), especially ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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