Dosages Charlock

Seeds used as mustard substitute or oil source. Irish and Swedes boil it as a green vegetable (GMH).

• Anglicans took a floral preparation for jaundice (AAH).

• Limerick people drank the juice as a spring tonic to prevent disease the rest of the year (AAH).

• Shetland Islanders once relied on charlock (leaf with 1300 ppm ascorbic acid) and wild radish to contain scurvy (AAH).

Downsides (Charlock): Similar to Brassica and Sinapis.

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