ARMORACEA SATIVA

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: ARMORACEA SATIVA
Rabanus rusticanus, cochlearia, a member of the mustard family
A plant native of mediterranean lands, by 16th century grew
wild in Britain called “Red Cole”is a bitter herb, an ancient
antiescorbutic plant and homeopathy has confirmed specially
scorbutic for eating salt.
Has sensations as if head were bursting, head frontal bone would
fall off, Head would split. Teeth became bent on chewing and were
soft. Has difficult thniking at night, Cefalea with nausea< opening the eyes, but not reading or moving. Tongue paralisis, burning sensation, ofensive odor of mouth and lungs. Stomach ailments, pain, >bending foward.
Diarrhea with desire to eat, involuntary elimination of mucus.
also promotes expectoration and better the respiratory tract.
This perenial plant of the bassicaceae family has a large white
tapered root, when grated, releases isothiocyanates, volatile,
oils that contain the stinging hot flavor and the reaction gets
stronger and stronger until vinegar is added to stop the action and
stabilizes making the famous German mustard (made from the roots)
Beatrizhh 2-3-11

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