Common Names: Radish Seed, Daikon Seeds, Semen Raphani, Muli Botanical Name: Raphanus sativus seed Pin Yin Name: Lai Fu Zi Radish Seed Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Radish Seed Cautions: Do not use if pregnant or nursing.
Radish Seed Benefits & Information
Radish Seed is a traditional Chinese medicinal herb. Traditionally it is used to promote digestion, ease gastrointestinal distension, direct qi downward and rid phlegm. Lai fu zi supports healthy digestion, benefits urinary health, supports cardiovascular health, benefits respiratory health, benefits blood sugar levels, protects the kidneys and promotes skin health. Radish Seed Properties: Sweet, Neutral, Acrid Radish Seed Channels / Meridians: Spleen, Stomach, Lung Radish Seed Naturally Occuring Components: methyl- mercaptan, α,β-methylbutanol, β, γ－hexenol, eruci acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid, glycerol sinapate, sinapine, raphanin, n-triacontane, stearic acid, β, γ- sitosterol, amino acid, protein, sugar, polysaccharide, phenol, alkaloid, flavonoid glycosied, phytosterols, vitamin C, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin E
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