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Brassica oleracea

English Name :- Brassica oleracea

Botanical Name :- Brassica oleracea

Family :- BRASSICACEAE

Parts - Used:- Seeds

Habit :- A small suffruticose

Taste :- Agreeable sweet

Chemical Constituents :- Seeds contains:- Alkaloid, Protein, Sugar and oil

USAGES

Rheumatism, Headache, Chronic Cough, Inflammation of spleen,Emmengogue, Polyuria, Leprosy, Dyscrasia, Vertigo and Fever

  • It contains Vitamin E, C and beta-carotene which helps prevents cholesterol and heartdiseases and prevents oxidation LDL.
  • The folic acid presents in it produces normal red blood in the bone marrow.
  • Because of the presence of Vitamin K it regulates bone protein and calcium in the bones.
  • It being a rich source of Vitamin A keeps the cornea healthy.
  • It is rich in Vitamin C. It heals the wounds and creates resistance in the body against infections and stress.
  • Calcium is one of the most important minerals found in it that can lower cholesterol and blood sugar and prevents diabetes.
  • The content of Vitamin E serves as a major anti-oxidant
  • It contains Vitamin E, C and beta-carotene which helps prevents cholesterol and heart diseases and prevents oxidation LDL.
  • The folic acid presents in it produces normal red blood in the bone marrow.
  • Because of the presence of Vitamin K it regulates bone protein and calcium in the bones.
  • It being a rich source of Vitamin A keeps the cornea healthy.
  • It is rich in Vitamin C. It heals the wounds and creates resistance in the body against infections and stress.
  • Calcium is one of the most important minerals found in it that can lower cholesterol and blood sugar and prevents diabetes.
  • The content of Vitamin E serves as a major anti-oxidant in cells and protects the skin.
  • It acts as a cancer deterrent to different kinds of cancers such as: Breast, Prostate,Kidneys, Colon, Bladder and Lung cancer.
  • Goitrogen found in it can inhibit thyroid function.
  • The presence of oxalate can disrupt kidneys. So, its excessive use should be avoided.
  • While cooking or using as salad it is advisable to clean it up.
A word of caution
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Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs provided on the site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. Every attempt has been made for accuracy but none is guaranteed. Many traditional uses and properties of this herb have not been validated by the FDA. If you have any serious health concern you should consult with your health care practitioner before self administering this herb.