The Latin name of the herb is Semen Sinapis.
Description: A one-year-old herbaceous plant up to a 2 m long stem, erect, at its upper part branched. The lower leaves are non-chiffon, large, and the upper ones are simple. The flowers are golden-yellow, small. The fruit is a beetle with 4 to 8 seeds. Blooms from May to September.
Chemical composition: Thick oil (30%), proteins, mucous substances, enzyme complex-myrosinase, glycoside sanrigine, which in water under the action of myronisinase is converted into essential oil, acid potassium sulphate and glucose. The mustard oil contains predominantly allyl isothiocyanate.
Application: externally: in the form of paws of different parts of the body in cold conditions, vertigo, bronchitis, pneumonia, rheumatism, lumbago, arthritic pain, etc. It is much less commonly used internally for bronchitis, stimulation of bile secretion, etc.
Usage: external for paws; Internally: Take 1 teaspoon of mustard meal 2-3 times a day after eating.
Preparation: 1 teaspoon ground flour seed mixed with lukewarm water (for mash). The slurry is applied to the gauze and placed on the skin. In children, the mustard flour is mixed with flour in a 1: 3 ratio.
Ingredients: seed of mustard (100%)
Measure: envelope 100 g
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