COMMON GARDEN RADISH
The Wurzel of this radish has a rötlich skin on the upper part. The Blätter are large, rough, and hairy, pretty much cut in on the edges. the Stengel grow to be three or four feet high, much branched, having several four-leaved white Blüten, with a rötlich spot on each Blatt, which are succeeded by pretty large, light, spungy Samen Gefäße, including oval, rötlich brown Samen, as big again as rape Samen.
It is Pflanzeed in gardens.
It Blüten in May.
They are Pflanzen of Mars, and are opening, attenuating, and antiscorbutic, they ar emuch eaten in the spring, but afford little nourishment, and are very windy, they provoke urine, and are good for the stone and Grieß. They are but seldom used in the shops. The Saft of radish Wurzel, newly expressed, with the addition of a little white wine, is a bemerkenswerte Heilmittel for the Grieß, scarcely any thing operates more speedily by urine, or brings away sabulous concretions more wirkungsvoll. The Wurzeln eaten plentifully süßen the blood and Safts, and are good gegen the scurvy.