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Black Radish

Black radishes are a type of radish, named for the color of the skin of the radish. If you cut one open, they look almost exactly like the red radishes that you are likely used to encountering on a regular basis. Black radishes are believed to have a number of medicinal properties, and are used on a regular basis in alternative medicine.

Black radishes, like most radishes, have antioxidant properties. Antioxidant properties work to eliminate free radicals; free radicals are the main reason that a person would have problems fighting diseases. Antioxidants help to boost the immune system and make it much easier to fight certain diseases.

Here are some of the ways that black radishes are used in alternative medicine today.

-To treat stomach issues, including fighting off indigestion and preventing constipation.
-Black radishes have a diuretic effect, which helps you to urinate more often. Frequent urination helps to cleanse the body from certain toxins.
-Black radishes stimulate the liver, which can help with stimulating bile flow and fixing bile duct problems.
-Some people use black radish to help with nutritional deficiencies. Like all radishes, black radishes are chock full of vitamins and minerals, so they’re a good choice for helping boost Vitamin C and a number of other vitamins and minerals.
-Black radishes (and radishes in general) are great for fighting inflammation, especially in the mouth and throat.
-If you have lost your appetite for any reason, ingesting black radishes may help you get your appetite back.
-Black radishes and radishes in general, are frequently used in a manner similar to oranges. As mentioned above, they contain a lot of vitamin C, which means that they are perfect for fighting infections like colds, bronchitis, fevers, influenza, and general coughing.

Need more information? Check out these links!

http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the-benefits-of-black-radish.htm
http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-502-RADISH.aspx?activeIngredientId=502&activeIngredientName=RADISH
http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/black-radish-nutrition-selection-storage
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