Other Names: Mustard, Mustard Leaves, Mustard Seed, Brown Mustard, White Mustard, Black Mustard, Sarson, Brassica Hirta, Brassica Nigra
Traditional Uses: Food, Mustard Plasters used to Treat Chest Congestion, Antiseptic Rub, Stimulate Appetite, Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, Gout, Rheumatism, Anorexia, Menstrual Disorders, Lethargy, Gargle for Sore Throats, Hairloss, Aids Digestion, Foot Baths for Poor Circulation, Chilblains and Upper Respiratory Mucus, Pneumonia,
Resources: Southern Europe, India, China, South Siberia, Turkey, North Africa, England, Germany Italy and Holland
Parts Used: Flower, Seeds, Extracted Oils
Health Warnng: Avoid during Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Herbal Research: Mustard
Mustard Oil or Coconut Oil – Home remedy for Panic Disorder: Massage the back of your neck with mustard oil or coconut oil.
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