Information about Parsley

Parsley is a rich source of minerals, including: potassium, iodine, calcium, phosphorous, iron, magnesium, and vitamins such as: A, B-complex, C, E and folic acid.

In folk medicine it is customary to use parsley to treat different infections, such as urinary tract infections and kidney stones, by drinking an infusion prepared from the parsley leaves and stem. In addition, the parsley helps cleanse the vascular system.
A simple solution for bad breath is to chew parsley.


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The Meaning of Parsley in Biorgonomy

Parsley is a plant that gathers a lot of energy, which is why it's recommended to scatter parsley seeds around your home. You can grow parsley in a pot as well as keep it in bags or bowls with parsley seeds near us- in our pocket or bag, in the car, under our pillow and near radiation emitting electrical appliances (that cause an energetic vacuum) such as the TV, computer, refrigerator etc. This will strengthen the energy field around us.

Rafi Rozen (who discovered the biorgonomy method) found that the parsley emits many energy rays, similarly to humans. He deduced that a person's emotional intelligence can be measured according to the amount of energy rays they emit: the more rays there are around a person's head, the higher emotional intelligence and flowing energy they possess (flowing energy is orgone energy= the energy of life).

In fact, animals can also be tested this way. For instance, a Labrador is known to be highly emotionally intelligent and a biorgonomic test has shown that Labradors have a number of energy rays similar to people and parsley seeds.

Parallel to Rafi Rozen's findings, a British research found the parsley's genetic structure to be different from any other plant, and according to one of the theories, parsley seeds came to earth in meteorites.

Parsley is the most energetic plant we know, which is why it has so many medical properties and useful energies for us and our environment.

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