Did you know that this little spicy, red, round root is a miracle cure for just about anything that ails you?

 

Need a natural cure?  Look no further than the radish (which by the way, comes in various forms and appearances).

 

They are amazingly high in vitamin C, are a good source of B vitamins, potassium, calcium and fiber.

 

But that's not all.  Radishes also help to cure or prevent the following:

 

Jaundice

Constipation

Urinary trouble

Cancer

High cholesterol

High blood pressure

Respiratory issues

 

They are also great for maintaining a healthy liver and digestive tract, and they aid in weight loss.

 

And, did you know that radish greens contain more vitamin C than the roots?  Cut them off from the roots immediately, wash and store them as you would lettuce.  Just be sure to eat them up within a few days as they do not last long.  You can use them in salads or cook them up as you would spinach or chard.

 

 

 

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