Traditionally Used For
- Bladder Problems
- Hair Loss
- Intestinal Problems
- Female Endocrine System
- Skin Problems
- Weight Loss
A Good Source Of
- Vitamin C
Watercress is easily grown by yourself.
Look for dark green leaves. The darker the leaves, the more chlorophyll there is.
Due to the fact that Watercress is a green juice, you will find it beneficial to have no more than about ¼ of your juice consisting of green juice.
Watercress tastes bitter. Watercress should never be drunk by itself as it is very powerful.
Watercress is very concentrated and so I try not use to any more than 1 ounce in every 8 ounce glass.
Watercress produces more juice than parsley, but its flavor is not as agreeable. I still like Watercress for its chlorophyll content, but for me, I still prefer coriander leaves or parsley.
Chinese Herbal Information
5 Elements: metal
5 Flavors: spicy
Nothing to report.
Cautions & Suggestions:
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Herbal and Homeopathic Remedies That You Might Like
I have personally been using herbal and homeopathic remedies with great success since 1992. So like me, you might find that in addition to juicing, the following herbal and/or homeopathic remedies may be beneficial in helping you achieve greater and better health.
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Homeopathic remedy improves liver, pancreas, and gallbladder health.
- ProsPet Drops
Promotes prostate gland health, plus healthy bladder, urinary tract and bowel movements.
- KidneyPlus ComboPack for Pets
Homeopathic medicine UTI-Free for bladder and urinary tract irritations and Herbal supplement Kidney Support for kidney and urinary tract health.
- BladderWell Pellets
Homeopathic medicine for burning and frequent urination, plus improving bladder health.
- N-Con Tonic
Homeopathic remedy reduces urine leakage associated with incontinence and improves bladder control.
Picture of Watercress
Photo by Masparasol.
Watercress — Nutritional Analysis
- Value / 100 g
- Total lipid (fat)
- Carbohydrate, by difference
- Fiber, total dietary
- Calcium, Ca
- Iron, Fe
- Magnesium, Mg
- Phosphorus, P
- Potassium, K
- Sodium, Na
- Zinc, Zn
- Copper, Cu
- Manganese, Mn
- Selenium, Se
- Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid
- Pantothenic acid
- Vitamin B-6
- Folate, total
- Folic acid
- Folate, food
- Folate, DFE
- Vitamin B-12
- Vitamin A, IU
- Vitamin A, RAE
- Vitamin E
- Amino Acids
- Aspartic acid
- Glutamic acid
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