The Benefits Of Eating Black Radish

Unlike most radishes, the black radish (Raphanus sativus) is grown for medical purposes rather than for food. This plant is spicy, white on the inside with a thin black coating.

Unlike most radishes, the black radish (Raphanus sativus) is grown for medical purposes rather than for food. This plant is spicy, white on the inside with a thin black coating.

Remember that it is extremely important to have a clear diagnosis before applying any treatment made from this plant. Many diseases have similar symptoms: if you treat a disease that you do not have or treat only a symptom of a more complex disease, it is likely to delay the treatment of a serious problem. In other words, the greatest danger when you treat yourself is to set your own diagnosis. If you do not know exactly what disease you have; you cannot treat it!

The black radish has a high content of sulfur, potassium, iron and magnesium.

Long time ago the black radish roots were used in Europe as a gastrointestinal tract stimulant and as the bile cleanser and pain relief drug. The powder obtained from the black radish root is often used in treatments for the liver, bladder and the digestive system.

eat black radish The Benefits Of Eating Black Radish

The black radish has a high nutrient content, which is beneficial for the liver, bladder and the digestive system, while it also helps to overcome the vitamins deficiencies and it also helps the thyroid gland and the respiratory system. Moreover, the black radish is an effective antioxidant that fights against aging, colds and flu.

The Benefits Of Black Radish

It is said that the black radish has a great effect on the liver, activating and regenerating the liver cells. It acts as a substance that stimulates the production of the bile from the liver to the intestines, comforting the liver and helping to detoxify and purify it. In this way, the black radish cleans and purifies the blood and the sand in the bladder.

As an herbal diuretic, the black radish increases the urine production, which plays an important role in the digestive process and it facilitates the elimination of the food that remains stagnant and toxic. The black radish is also known for its antibacterial effects that help to eliminate the pathogens through the digestive tract and it is used to reduce the indigestion, the abdominal bloating and the acid regurgitation (acid reflux).

The black radish contains many vitamins and minerals and it is useful in treating situations of vitamins deficiencies.  It is especially rich in the vitamin C, which is effective in the fight against scurvy. The black radish is very useful in winter, fighting infections and the free radicals. It is also considered a good antiviral, useful against the flu.

The raphanin content of the black radish helps maintaining the balance of the hormone levels secreted by the thyroid gland and medics believe that it helps in the case of hyperthyroidism or Graves’s disease. All cruciferous vegetables inhibit the production of thyroid hormones, but the best of all is the black radish. In Russia, the black radish was used for a very long time as a treatment for the thyroid problems or those related to hormonal balance.

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