black mustard

Summary

Hyperemic medicinal plant, used in case of rheumatism, it can be found in gel, poultice or ointment.

names

Portuguese name: black mustard, mustard
Latin name: Brassica nigra
French name: moutarde , moutarde noir, graines de moutarde noir
English name: mustard
German name: Senf
Italian name: senape

Family

Brassicaceae

Constituents

Thioglycosides, fatty oil, mucilages.

parts used

Grains (ripe and dry)

Effects

External use (ointment, poultice, gel):
Hyperemic (improves blood circulation), revulsive.

Internal use:
Carminative, cooking condiment.

Indications

External use (ointment, poultice, gel):
Rheumatism (in general), bumps, neuralgia, bronchitis.

Secundary effects

Internal use:
Occasionally, some gastric complications may occur (stomach burning,…).
External use:
Necrosis and blisters.

contraindications

External use
Circulation disorders, venous problems.

Interactions

Do not mix with ammonia.

Black mustard-based preparations

– Black mustard poultice

– Black mustard-based cream

– Black mustard-based gel

Where does black mustard grow?

Black mustard grows in Europe.

Comments

Black mustard (in grains) is being used less and less, but it can be very useful thanks to its use in the form of a poultice, with an effect on blood circulation, rheumatism and bronchitis.

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