Parsley juice with lime in ice packs

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Preparation time15 min
Waiting time2 hours
Ready in2 h 15 m

Source of antioxidants, excellent complex of vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids

Parsley lime juice in the form of ice cubes is a convenient and effective way to consume nutrients throughout the year that help the body to strengthen immunity, detoxification and regeneration. Rich in chlorophyll and practically an important source of antioxidants (flavonoids such as myricetin), vitamins (C, K, B, A) , minerals (Ca, F, K, Fe) and last but not least essential fatty acids (alpha-linolenic acid), this juice is practically a < b>general tonic for the body that strengthens immunity, supports the cardiovascular system, supports liver health, regulates blood sugar levels, supports teeth and bone health, fights inflammation and improves hormonal imbalances.


We get 24 ice cubes, that's ~ 300 ml of parsley lime juice.



Estimated cost: 5.0


  • - ice cubes bags
  • - juicer for vegetables and fruits of choice with screw shaft at low rotations (40rpm)


  • Parsley juice with lime in ice packs - Preparation step 1Wash the fresh parsley under running water, then shake off the excess water and possibly cover with a paper kitchen towel. The limes will also be washed.
  • Parsley juice with lime in ice packs - Preparation step 2We will peel the limes. If you don't have lime, you can also use lemon.
  • Parsley juice with lime in ice packs - Preparation step 3With the help of a fruit vegetable juicer with a worm shaft, we will squeeze the juice from the parsley. Do not put the whole parsley in the juicer, as its yield will decrease significantly (it will practically freeze). We recommend cutting or tearing the parsley into pieces of ~2 cm and this so that it can easily pass through the juicer.
  • Parsley juice with lime in ice packs - Preparation step 4Cut the limes into 4 and put them through the juicer at the same time as the parsley or at the end. They also help to decongest the juicer. If the obtained juice is too thick, you can add 1-2 more limes or lemons.
  • Parsley juice with lime in ice packs - Preparation step 5As soon as it is ready, transfer the juice as quickly as possible to ice cube bags to avoid oxidation on contact with air and light.
    Transferring the juice to ice cube bags can be made easier by using a mini-funnel if you have one, or by thinning the juice by adding more lime or lemon.
  • Parsley juice with lime in ice packs - Preparation step 6The bags of ice cubes filled with parsley juice, will be put in the freezer. In ~ 2 hours they freeze.
    They can be kept for up to 1 year, although consumption within 6 months is recommended.


Storage and validity:
→ Will be stored in ice cube bags, freezer only.
→ Effectively break a cube at a time, as much as is consumed, and immediately put the rest in the freezer.
Validity is 12 months from the date of freezing, but we recommend that you consume it within a maximum of 6 months!

⚠ It is ideal to consume the juice fresh, as soon as it has been made. In contact with air and light, it deteriorates quickly and therefore, even in the refrigerator, it is not recommended to be kept for more than 6 hours. One solution to keep it longer is to freeze it right after it's made.


→ It will be consumed dissolved in water or other drinks.
→ We recommend 1 cube of frozen parsley juice dissolved in ~ 250 ml of water 3 times a day.
→ It is recommended to consume it 30 minutes before meals.
The maximum dose is 3 frozen juice cubes per day.
→ After each month of administration, a break of at least 2 weeks is recommended.

The frozen cube of parsley juice with lime can be applied directly as a compress, possibly gently massaged on the skin (face, complexion, around the eyes, ...):
- maintains the health and beauty of the skin/complexion;
- fades dark circles and soothes tired eyes;
- soothes the effects caused by eczema;
- soothes the effects caused by insect stings;

Effects and benefits


  • strong antioxidant;
  • tonic, regenerating effect;
  • immunizing, strengthens the immune system;
  • detoxifying;
  • hepatoprotective;
  • anti-inflammatory effect;
  • vasodilatory effect;
  • antiallergic;
  • anti-rickets effect;
  • diuretic;
  • digestive;
  • laxative;
  • calming, relaxing;
  • antispasmodic;
  • antifungal and antibacterial effects due to chlorophyll;
  • antitumor effect;

Source of:

  • source of vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B12, vitamin A;
  • source of minerals: calcium, fluorine, phosphorus, potassium and iron;
  • source of antioxidants rich in flavonoids (myricetin / myricetin);
  • rich in essential fatty acids: alpha-linolenic acid;

Supports the cardiovascular system:

  • helps prevent heart diseases;
  • supports the circulatory system;
  • maintains elasticity and increases the resistance of blood vessels;
  • reduces the risk of clots in the blood vessels;
  • regulates the cholesterol level;
  • good for hypertension, regulating blood pressure;

Supports the view:

  • supports and protects eye health (rich in lutein, beta-carotene and zeaxanthin);
  • delays the onset of cataracts;
  • helps prevent diseases associated with the conjunctiva and cornea (rich in vitamin A);

Improves hormonal imbalances:

  • ensures optimal functioning of the genital system;
  • stimulates the production of estrogen hormones;
  • improves menopause symptoms;
  • relieves the symptoms of menstrual cramps and the menstrual cycle;
  • stimulates the activity of the gall bladder;


  • maintains the health of the skin/complexion;
  • fades dark circles and soothes tired (compressed) eyes;
  • good for eczema;
  • soothes the effects caused by insect stings;


  • combats hepatic steatosis (prevents the deposition of fats in the liver);
  • favors the body's assimilation of iron;
  • contributes to the formation of red blood cells;
  • fluidizes the secretions;
  • fights anemia;
  • supports the health of teeth and bones (they are rich in calcium and fluoride);
  • regulates the level of glucose / the amount of sugar in the blood;
  • supports digestion: helps intestinal absorption;
  • prevents excessive gas formation and normalizes stool;
  • protects the body against infections;
  • reduces convalescence periods;
  • fights asthenia;
  • good in rheumatic diseases, being anti-inflammatory;
  • helps the natural functioning of the thyroid and adrenal glands;
  • supports kidney function;

Side effects

  • consumed in excess can cause nervous disorders, due to the narcotic substance contained: apiol;
  • diarrhea if consumed in excess;
  • rarely nausea;


- contraindicated for people with kidney stones;

Another information
⚠ A substance called apiol is extracted from parsley, a narcotic substance for humans, and excessive consumption can cause nervous disorders.


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