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Video: Radish, Use In Traditional Medicine
Connoisseurs of green products use both root crops and delicate leaves, which are rich in carotene, in radishes. Radish contains 0.8-4.0% mono- and disaccharides, 0.8-1.3% protein. Vitamin C in it is 25 mg per 100 g, almost the same as in lemon and orange, 0.1 mg per 100 g of vitamins PP and B6, 0.016 mg per 100 g of folic acid, and there are also other B vitamins.
Its roots contain many essential oils and glucosidic compounds that improve the body's metabolism. Essential oils (7 mg per 100 g), incl. mustard, cause a specific smell of radish. Mineral substances are represented by potassium salts (255 mg per 100 g) - this is the same as in cabbage, magnesium (13 mg per 100 g), calcium (39 mg per 100 g), phosphorus (34 mg per 100 g), iron (1 mg per 100 g). Potassium salts are especially valuable, which are credited with anti-sclerotic properties, the ability to regulate metabolic processes and strengthen the heart. In terms of the content of pectin substances, radish occupies a leading place among vegetables and fruits, yielding only to a few of them. When interacting with water, pectins swell and absorb cholesterol from the intestines, unnecessary substances, incl. poisons, carcinogens, pathogens, and remove them from the body.Therefore, radish is used in the treatment of diathesis.
Radish stimulates appetite, promotes digestion and metabolism. For dietary purposes, if there are no contraindications from the gastrointestinal tract, it is better to use pureed radish. It has a moderate choleretic, diuretic, antimicrobial and hematopoietic effect, improves peristalsis and bowel movements. Roots are mainly used as medicinal raw materials. Radish juice, obtained from leaves and roots, combined with other vegetable juices, helps to get rid of many diseases. Simple and complex radish recipes.
Radishes can be used as a distraction, irritant and anti-inflammatory when nothing else is available.
The use of radish in medicine
Children's diathesis is cured if the child is given a fresh radish before bedtime. This root vegetable, boiled in red wine and honey, is used for cancer. To treat cough, you can use radish gruel, which should be boiled with honey.
Radish juice is useful. However, you should not drink it concentrated, since it has a strong irritant effect on the gastrointestinal tract. The use of radish juice in combination with carrot juice helps to restore the tone of the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract. This juice is especially effective if drunk within an hour of taking horseradish juice. This combination of juices soothes and cleanses the body of mucus, which was previously dissolved by horseradish juice.
Radish juice in combination with other juices is recommended for gout, obesity, diabetes. And when mixed with beet juice, it helps to get rid of small stones in the gallbladder. A cocktail of equal parts juices of radish, cucumber, green bell pepper is used to treat catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, cholelithiasis. Radish juice with plum, cherry and celery juice is used for cholecystitis and cholelithiasis. For colds, radish juice is recommended in combination with onion juice and honey. In case of gallstone and urolithiasis and difficulty urinating, take a cocktail: mix 2 chopped radish roots with 100 g of red wine and beat with a mixer.
With diarrhea, a mixture of 5-6 of its crushed root vegetables, mixed with a mixer with 200 ml of cold milk and 1 teaspoon of starch, helps, which should be drunk immediately after preparation. If there is no relief, you need to repeat everything after 4 hours.
With radiculitis, neuralgia, an analgesic effect is obtained by applying root vegetable gruel in the form of a compress to sore spots. In case of frostbite, grated radish is mixed with an equal amount of hot water, cooled and applied to frostbite areas of the body.
However, it should be remembered that the use of radish is contraindicated in case of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, gastritis with high acidity, enterocolitis, liver and kidney disease, and gout.
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