Parsley has long been associated with the month of March mainly because it grows in abundance at this same time of year. From the holistic perspective, many practitioners advocate chewing on parsley to cure bad breath. An old wives remedy says to soak parsley in water and swish it around your mouth if you have a loose tooth. Eating parsley is also believed to provoke a lusty libido and enhance fertility. Ancient lore tells that the Romans would garnish plates of food with parsley in order to safeguard from poisoning, a tradition that carries on to this day. So the next time you're wondering what you should decorate your dish with, it's parsley to the rescue. It will sweeten your breath, make your teeth tighter, your libido lusty and allow you to live, love and eat another day.
By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com
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