Raphanus sativus is also known as Brassica oleracea, prickly bud, safflower, green thorn thistle and green vegetable. In China, except for Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan and Tibet, it is distributed all over the country. Raphanus sativus root is a perennial herb. What are the effects of Raphanus sativus root? Do you know how to eat radish root? Let's have a look.
Raphanus sativus has long grape root, erect stem, plant height about 50 cm, slightly covered with spider like lint. The basal leaves withered at the flowering stage; the stem leaves alternate, long elliptic or oblong lanceolate, 5-10 cm long and 1-2.5 cm wide, covered with spider like lint on both sides, with spiny edges. Inflorescence capitate, dioecious, involucre campanulate; tubular flowers purplish red. achene. The flowering and fruiting period is from May to September. It is better to harvest in summer and autumn, wash separately, remove impurities, fresh food, or dry food, medicinal.
Each 100g fresh stem and leaf of Raphanus sativus contains 4.8g protein, 1.1g fat, 5g carbohydrate, 216mg calcium, 93mg phosphorus, 10.2mg iron, 7.35mg carotene, 0.39mg vitamin b2and 7Mg vitamin C47. The whole plant contains robiniacin-7-rhamnoglucoside, rutin, protocatechuic acid, caffeic acid and chlorogenic acid. In addition, it contains alkaloid 0.05010 and saponin about 1.44%.
How to eat it:
The edible part is the seedling of Raphanus sativus. Collect radish seedlings, blanch them in boiling water, take them out, rinse them with water, and wash off the bitterness. They can be made into a variety of dishes.
(1) Stir fried turnip, turnip 500 grams, salt, monosodium glutamate, scallion, salad oil each amount. Remove impurities and wash radish seedlings, blanch them in boiling water, remove bitterness, squeeze dry and cut into sections. Heat up the oil pan, stir fry the scallion, add the turnip. Stir fry with salt until it tastes good. Add monosodium glutamate and serve. Efficacy: suitable for hematemesis, hematemesis, hematuria, hemogonorrhea, hematochezia, HAEMORRHEA, acute infectious hepatitis, carbuncle poison and other diseases.
(2) Thorn radish bean soup thorn radish 350 grams, 100 grams of soybeans, salt: MSG, scallion, salad oil each amount. Remove impurities and wash radish seedlings, blanch them in boiling water, remove bitter taste, squeeze dry water and cut into sections; grind Soybean foam into bean powder. Heat the oil pan, add the scallion to stir fry, add the turnip and refined salt to stir fry until it tastes good, and put it out for use; heat the soybean powder in the pan, add the turnip, point a monosodium glutamate, and serve. Efficacy: invigorating spleen, moistening dryness, cooling blood, hemostasis, suitable for hematemesis, bleeding, ulcers, carbuncle swelling, abdominal distension, thirst, fever and other diseases.