Curly parsley it is very widely used in everyday life of almost every person and probably every summer resident in the garden has a small bed of green pantry of vitamins and microelements.
Parsley is used in many fields: medicine, cooking, traditional medicine and many others.
Curly parsley is a herbaceous glabrous biennial plant, reaching an average height of up to 100 cm. It has a branched stem, shiny triangular leaves, small yellowish-green flowers in multi-tuberous umbrellas, oblong-ovoid fruits and light brown semi-fruit trees.
The plant blooms in July, and the ripening process takes place in August. In particular, the fruits of the plant (seeds) are used, but the leaves and the roots are also widely used.
Curly parsley fruit contain in their chemical composition essential oil, the main component of which is apiol. The fruits also contain about 22% fatty oils. The leaves contain essential oil. Carotene, aligenin and ascorbic acid. The chemical composition of flowers includes kaempferol and quercetin, and the roots contain apigenin.
The pharmacological properties of parsley have long been known: coughing up; arouses belching; cleanses the kidneys, uterus and bladder; an excellent remedy in the fight against breathing difficulties; has anti-toxic properties; resolves tumors in the early stages of formation and much more.
Grow parsley using seeds... After the first sowing, the plant forms lush, rich foliage, and in the second year it is already possible to harvest the fruits. Curly parsley has incredible frost resistance and remains the same "vigorous" when the harvest of many crops has long been harvested.