Apium Graveolens , Detoxifying rheumatic diseases


A two-year-old plant that reaches 90 cm in height, with a stalk with stripes, petiole leaves and small white flowers.


  1. iron,
  2. calcium,
  3. phosphorus,
  4. vitamins C, B1, B2 and K,
  5. volatile oil,
  6. coumarins and flavonoids.

Detoxification of rheumatic diseases from scrap and kidney cleaner, improves blood circulation in the joints and muscles. Its diuretic and antiseptic action helps with urinary problems.

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This is caused by various extraarticular or intra-articular causes.

The lagonopsis is the most powerful flexor of the hip and consists of the pelvis and the scapula, which attach to the minor trochanter with a common pulmonary tendon. The most common sites of sensation of noise and friction of the lagoon are in the iliac crest and in the minor trochanter.