Black radish juice
Product packaging: 20 ampoules á 10 ml
Radish has been cultivated for thousands of years. The origin of the plant is unknown, but it might have developed from the Atlantic to the Volga occurring in wild radish (Ravenelle).
The scientific nomenclature:
Botanical name: Raphanus sativus var. Niger
Used parts: Seeds
Contains important fibers, as well as glucosinolates (which provide a strong odor of Brassicaceae).
1 ampoule for 20 days, or
2 ampoules for 10 days, or
2 ampoules for 4 days and 1 ampoule for 12 days.
Store at room temperature in a dry, dark place. Keep out of reach of children.
Do not exceed the recommended dose. Dietary supplements should not replace the variety of foods important to a healthy diet.
Van Hellemont, Compendium de Phytotherapie, p. 333
Max Rombi, 100 Plantes médicinales, p. 232
Jean Bruneton, Pharmacognosie, p. 203
D. Tallec, Contribution à l'utilisation du radis noir en phytothérapie, 1983, Phytotherapy (7), 25.