Radishes for Natural Healing - Prevention and Curing of Common Ailments through Radishes
Throughout a rather peripatetic life, I have often lived in areas where garlic, onions, and radishes are not eaten very commonly, because some people are very choosy about their strong odor, and for other very finicky people, only commoners/foreigners ate garlic, onions, radishes, and cabbage. More
Table of Contents
Radishes to Cure Stomach Ailments
Radishes to Cure Chronic Diseases
Radishes for Your Heart
High and Low Blood Pressure
When I wrote a book upon the magic of radishes a couple of years ago in my" Magic of…" series, I had not known that this vegetable has been used all over the World in order to heal, cure, and prevent a large number of diseases, both common and chronic for millenniums. In that book you learned how to grow radishes and their history, but this book is going to concentrate only about the healing power of radishes, down the ages, along with tips and points about radishes, which you may not know.
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Throughout a rather peripatetic life, I have often lived in areas where garlic, onions, and radishes are not eaten very commonly, because some people are very choosy about their strong odor, and for other very finicky people, only commoners/foreigners ate garlic, onions, radishes, and cabbage.
I do not know where and when this particular brand of stupidity started, in culinary circles, and the social acceptance of one of the most healthiest of vegetables available to mankind was banished from normal daily fare because “the best people” did not eat it, and for the majority of the common people out there, it was monkey see monkey do.
But like I said, after having lived in places where onions, garlic, and radishes were not eaten very often in the common diet – that was because I was living in an area where people did not bother about not eating any foods, which were grown underground, including radishes and potatoes, for who knows what ancient traditional, conventional, and possibly religious reasons. I was too young to go into such justifications and explanations, but that meant that anything which was dug up from underneath the ground, was not eaten.
Half of the food items in the World have thus been made taboo or inaccessible to mankind under the label of forbidden, with perhaps some justification, or perhaps without any reason or rhyme.
And then, I found myself in another part of the World, where people used to just grab radishes out of the ground, wash them thoroughly to get rid of all the dirt, and then crunch them, without even bothering to peel them. They definitely did not care about flatulence and bad odor in the mouth or any other supposed side effect of eating radishes. Their breakfasts were full of cooked radishes either as a vegetable, or stuffed into bread pancakes, with radishes, onions, and tomato salads to be served with every meal.
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