White Mustard

Botanical Name: Sinapis alba

Botanical Name:
Sinapis alba

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Family:

Brassicaceae

Appearance:

Annual herbaceous species of culture that can not be confused with other species.

Rarely find it wild in other cultures.

It has globular seeds that differ in colour.

Origins:

  • Europe
  • North Africa
  • The Middle East
  • Central Asia
  • It can be found worldwide

Active constituents:

  • Sinalboside, lipids, nitrate and sulfate heteroside.

Healing properties:

The white mustard is used as a laxative. is much used for spice purposes.

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