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Cleanse Your Kidneys


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Many people are too busy to eat a home cooked meal every night of the week or watch every item of food that goes into their body.

So, here is how you can redeem yourself for some of the things  you have eaten.

Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salts, poisons and most other things that are unwanted in your body.  Needless to say, our kidneys are holding up their end of the deal.  They do their fair share, now let’s do ours.

Over time, salts and other wastes accumulate and need to undergo some form of cleansing treatment.  With one dollar or less you can give your kidneys a clean they deserve.

First take a bunch of parsley or cilantro (coriander leaves) and wash them clean.  Then cut the parsley or cilantro into small pieces and put them into a pot.  Pour clean water into the pot and boil the mixture for ten to fifteen minutes.  Let it cool down and the filter and pour the solution into a clean bottle.  Keep it in the refrigerator until it is cool enough to drink.

Cilantro contains immune-boosting, antioxidant properties.  It also aids digestion and protects the body against bacterial infections.  It helps promote a healthy liver function and acts as a natural antiseptic and antifungal for skin disorders.

Parsley is also a digestive aid; it helps purify the blood, and stimulates the bowels.  Parsley contains three times as much vitamin C as oranges and twice as much iron as spinach.  Also having vitamin A, copper, and manganese, parsley is a natural breath freshener.

Aside from drinking gallons and gallons of water a day, parsley and cilantro are known as the best cleaning treatment for your kidneys.  It is cheap and completely natural.  Drink one glass a day and you are sure to feel a difference.  The accumulated poisons to your body will leave your body by way of urination and leave you feeling great!

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