The use of indian rai/black mustard for the common cold, osteoarthritis, pain, and other conditions.
Black mustard should not be confused with clown’s mustard plant, hedge mustard, or white mustard. There is a difference between the two.
Health benefits of black mustard seeds:
Maintain a healthy heart by improving your diet
Helps with Food Digestion
Slowing down the growth of cancer cells
Rheumatoid arthritis can be lessened.
Getting rid of different headaches
Treats respiratory congestion
Treats Fever, Cold & Back Pain
Lowering blood sugar levels
Protect Against Psoriasis
Strengthen Bones, Teeth, & Gums
Fight Skin Infection
Relieves muscle pain
Slows down ageing
How To Use
There are some people who make a paste by combining ground black mustard seeds with warm water in order to make a paste. The paste is packed into a cloth and the cloth is applied directly to the skin as a “mustard plaster.” This preparation is used to treat pneumonia, pain and swelling (inflammation) within the lining of the lungs (pleurisy), arthritis, lower back pain (lumbago), and sore feet (plantar fasciitis).
The skin becomes hydrated when you apply a paste made up of black mustard seed powder and aloe vera gel to your skin. In addition to making your skin look great, it will also get rid of all the dirt and oil that are present on the surface of your skin. You need to keep your face moist during the winter months because your skin gets dry during this time of year.
It is possible to use black mustard seed powder to naturally exfoliate your skin by rubbing it on the surface. If you are using rose water or another essential oil, you can mix the powdered black mustard seeds with it. Use this mixture as a scrub for your body to remove dead skin cells. This is a great way to get rid of dead skin or skin that you don’t want on the surface of your skin.
Names in different languages
Mustard, Black Mustard
Kalamohare, Shirasi, mohari
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