1. Protects against cancer. A study done at the University of Illinois found that due to its high level of compounds called glucosinolates, horseradish helps the liver detox carcinogens while suppressing the growth of tumors and preventing the formation of new tumors. Horseradish has also been found to aid in the prevention many types of cancers, most commonly lung, colon and rectal cancers.
2. Antibiotic. Horseradish has been proven to be very effective against infections. It is useful in destroying bad bacteria that causes bronchitis, coughs, colds, ear infections, the flu, strep throat, pneumonia and urinary tract infections.
3. Digestive health. Horseradish has been known to aid in digestion by helping the intestines secrete digestive enzymes and stimulate the appetite.
4. Pain relief. Horseradish has been proven to stimulate blood flow to the skin’s surface as well as inflamed areas, helping with headaches. It can also be used topically to soothe muscle pains and joint inflammation and discomfort. When chewed it can also help relieve tooth pain.
5. Sinus relief. Horseradish is an effective treatment for sinusitis. Sinus infection is caused by a build up of mucus in the sinuses. Juice from horseradish has been known to ease sinus discomfort and clear up sinus passages by thinning out the mucus and preventing more mucus accumulation.
6. Immune system booster. The high levels of vitamin C in horseradish makes it a powerful immune booster as well as an antioxidant. Eating horseradish stimulates the immune system by heating the body from the inside.
7. Prevents hair loss and dandruff. Horseradish helps to regenerate the hair roots by improving circulation in the scalp. When mixed with vinegar it helps with the treatment of dandruff.
How to use:
• For pain relief use raw leaves and place them on the painful area, such as for headaches or joint pain. Horseradish flour paste can be applied over the chest to help clear congestion.
• For sinus issues, take half a teaspoon of grated horseradish orally in the morning before a meal.
• For stomach issues, grate the horseradish and press out some of the juice. swallow about 15 drops of this juice in between meals for relief.
• Seep in a cup of hot water and drink as a tea
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