Parsley is often used in culinary preparations as an aromatic spice, but it can also be used for therapeutic purposes through parsley tea, because regular consumption has a lot of benefits for the health of the body. Learn how to make parsley tea. Fresh green parsley tea. You need a handful of green parsley to put in a 200 ml cup and over which to put boiling water. Leave everything to infuse for 5 minutes, and then the tea can be consumed plain, unsweetened, or with a little honey or lemon. Green tea has anti-inflammatory and detoxifying compounds that, as soon as they are absorbed by the body, protect cells against free radicals. Its high content of vitamins and minerals and low caloric level accelerates metabolism and improves the body's ability to consume energy. In fact, due to its diuretic properties, green tea is an excellent treatment for water retention and tissue inflammation. It is estimated that if we consume it regularly, we can reduce the level of fat in our body by up to 19%. Quite unpopular, perhaps due to the slightly unpleasant bitter taste, dandelion tea is one of the most powerful natural detoxifiers. The dandelion leaves from which the infusion is prepared are rich in fiber, protein and carbohydrates, but also in vitamins and minerals: vitamin A, E, K, C and B vitamins. Dandelion tea will help you eliminate toxins from the body, along with all the excess water. This has benefits on several fronts. On the one hand, your liver and kidneys will function at maximum levels and you will avoid getting sick. On the other hand, you will lose weight slowly and safely, getting rid of bloating, cellulite and abdominal fat. Of course, tea can not act alone, but with proper nutrition and a lot of sports.