Raphanus sativus Linn.

Raphanus sativus Linn

Arabic Name : Fujal
Bengali Name : Mula
English Name : Radish
French Name : Radis cultivé
German Name : Garten-Rettich, Rettich
Gujarati Name : Mulo, Mula
Hindi Name : Muli, Mooli
Kannada Name : Moolangi, Moclangi gadde, Mullangi, Mugunigadde
Latin name : Raphanus sativus Linn.
Marathi Name : Mula
Persian Name : Turb, Turbuzah
Punjabi Name : Mula, Mulaka, Muli
Sanskrit Name : Moolaka, Mulaka
Urdu Name : Muli

Description : Seeds and leaves are anthelmintic, antiasthmatic, carminative, diuretic, expectorant, laxative, lithontriptic and stomachic. Seeds are believed to also have emmenagogue properties. Seeds are useful in gonorrhoea, indigestion, stomachache, dysuria, constipation, strangury and splenitis. It stimulates the flow of bile.

A salt extracted from roots that are dried and burnt to white ash is used in stomach ailments.

Recommended Dosage : 1 to 3 g powder of dried seeds.

Contraindication : This herb has no known warnings or contraindications.

Fujal Radish Garten-Rettich Mulo Muli Moolangi Raphanus sativus Linn Turb Turbuzah Mulaka Muli Moolaka Mulaka