Five unusual properties of a young radish

April 11, 2017, 09:43

Many look for­ward to young radish­es, as well as young greens. One wants to feel the taste of a fresh, only grown prod­uct and replen­ish the sup­ply of vit­a­mins. What fea­tures about young and ear­ly need to know?


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It turns out that radish­es con­tain phy­ton­cides (nat­ur­al antibi­otics), which not only cope with vit­a­min defi­cien­cy and loss of strength, but also help in the treat­ment of patients with bron­chi­tis and bronchial asth­ma. As a rule, young radish juice is used as a pre­ven­tion of colds, it stim­u­lates meta­bol­ic process­es, has a ben­e­fi­cial effect on the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem and improves blood cir­cu­la­tion.

To strength­en the immune sys­tem, doc­tors advise drink­ing fresh­ly squeezed radish juice mixed with car­rot juice in a ratio of 1:2.

Helps with anemia

Recent stud­ies by sci­en­tists have proven that radish con­tains pectin, which plays a huge role in the process of clean­ing the body of harm­ful sub­stances, tox­ins and tox­ins. Radish­es grown with­out the use of chem­i­cals are use­ful for ane­mia. It can increase the lev­el of hemo­glo­bin in the blood. And the bit­ter taste, which is due to the con­tent of mus­tard oil, helps not only improve appetite, but also speed up metab­o­lism and have a choleretic effect. Nutri­tion­ists rec­om­mend includ­ing radish in the menu of those who want to lose weight. It will also help to cope with ede­ma, improve intesti­nal motil­i­ty and nor­mal­ize blood sug­ar lev­els.

Treats a headache

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Since ancient times, the juice of this root crop has been used as an anes­thet­ic for headaches. You just need to cut the radish in half, squeeze a few drops of juice from the slices and lubri­cate the bridge of the nose and tem­po­ral lobes with it. You’ll see, the pain will go away!

Good for the heart

Radish plays an impor­tant role in the pre­ven­tion of coro­nary heart dis­ease, heart attack, throm­bophlebitis. The sub­stances that make up this veg­etable thin the blood, remove bad cho­les­terol and improve blood for­ma­tion, which can sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduce the risk of vas­cu­lar dis­eases and hearts.


Prevents oncology

Accord­ing to sci­en­tists, radish­es can pre­vent the appear­ance of can­cer cells in the large intes­tine. Pre­sum­ably — this is all thanks to the antho­cyanin dye, which is con­tained in the root crop in large quan­ti­ties.

Cosmetic properties

Fans of sal­ads, which include radish­es, can boast a beau­ti­ful and even com­plex­ion. And if you wipe the veg­etable and mix the result­ing slur­ry with starch and olive oil, you get a good vit­a­min mask.

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But that’s not all! Radish is rich in sub­stances that can restore blood sug­ar lev­els, so it sim­ply must be present in the diet of dia­bet­ics. True, there are con­traindi­ca­tions. For exam­ple, radish­es are not allowed for those who have a stom­ach dis­ease, a prob­lem with the thy­roid gland, col­i­tis, kid­ney and liv­er dis­eases, and flat­u­lence.


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