One of the four major vegetables, radish!

A component called phenylethylisocyanate, a sulfur compound, is a natural anticancer drug that prevents lung cancer from progressing.
Cool and sweet radish, which is good for respiratory health, contains six times as much calcium as spinach, especially minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, and other vitamins, which are concentrated, so it is good for osteoporosis as well as vitamin supplementation.
Radish roots contain a lot of fiber necessary for the defecation process, which is effective in preventing constipation, and also contains a unique spicy substance called phenylethylisocyanate, which acts as a gag and analgesic, making it very effective for bronchial health.
In addition, radish is a good food for lung cancer, and phenylethylisocyanate, a kind of sulfur compound, is known as a natural anticancer drug that prevents lung cancer from progressing, so people with weak respiratory organs and smokers should eat radish often.
Shredded radish and dried well in the sun, dried radish loses moisture and increases vitamin B1, B2, vitamin D, and calcium content through the sun, especially calcium is 15 times higher than raw radish, which helps bone health.
The current national dance is based on the Joseon Botanical Hyangmyeong Collection (Joseon Museum Research Association, Jeong Tae-hyun et al. 3, 1937) written in Japanese colonial era.
The etymology of Muui is the first edition (1481), a book written in Korean by Uichim and Jo Wi in the 12th year of King Seongjong of the Joseon Dynasty, and its exact meaning is unknown. In Chinese characters, it is called Nabok, and it is said that it comes from the Latin word Raphanus or Rafstan, which refers to radish in the Mediterranean region, which is the origin of radish.
Double-leafed poppy tree, crossflower, shamanic annual or biennial plant
The generic name Raphanus is derived from the Greek word Raphanos, which is given because seeds germinate early, and the species name sativus means “growing, cultivating.”
The origin of radish
Radish is a representative root vegetable that can be eaten not only by roots but also by leaves, and is a food that is widely produced and consumed not only in Korea but also around the world, and various varieties are grown according to the climate and taste of each country. In East Asia, such as Korea, China, and Japan, many varieties with large and long roots are grown in white.
In Korea, traditional radishes (tough and round radishes: used for kkakdugi and kimchi) and Japanese radishes (white and long: mainly used for pickled radish) from China are the main species, and in recent years, various Western salad radishes are cultivated.
Radish began to be cultivated during the Three Kingdoms Period, and it was treated as an important vegetable during the Goryeo Dynasty, and it is also called “Musu and Musi” depending on the region, and it is called “Nabok” in Chinese characters.
Radish is very closely related to our diet due to its high range of use, such as raw or cooked radish, sliced and dried leaves, and cold dongchimi has already been made and eaten since the Goryeo Dynasty.
Since ancient times, it has been said that eating a lot of radish is good for stomach diseases, so if you eat a piece of radish when you feel bloated or indigestible, you can digest well. Kimchi soup of “I don’t think anyone who wants to give me rice cake, but I drink it first” means dongchimi or radish kimchi soup, and it was also a wisdom for those who ate too much rice cake.
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anticancer effect

Isothiocyanate, a sulfur-containing compound, isothiocyanate, is known to have anti-cancer effects (gastric cancer, colon cancer, esophageal cancer, etc.) and antioxidant and detoxifying effects through burning fat and releasing active oxygen, and other antibacterial and insecticides.

bronchial health and prevention of lung cancer

A substance called phenylethylisocyanate, a sulfur compound, is effective in bronchial health by giving off a unique spicy taste and stimulating and anti-cancer drugs that prevent lung cancer from progressing, so people with weak respiratory organs and smokers should eat radish often.

 

Hangover relief

Drinking alcohol increases the concentration of acetaldehyde, causing vomiting and headaches, and the amylase component contained in radish solves these hangovers, so it is good to boil radish soup the day after drinking too much.

Prevention of osteoporosis

Radish contains six times as much calcium as spinach, especially dried radish, which is more concentrated in minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, and vitamins, so it is good for osteoporosis as well as vitamin supplementation.

Digestion promotion

Radish roots contain various digestive enzymes, especially diastase, which helps digestion.

Constipation prevention

Radish roots contain a lot of fiber necessary for the defecation process, so it can have a very high effect on preventing constipation.

diet effect

Radish is effective in dieting because it makes you feel full while having low calories.

Blood circulation

The radish shell contains a routine that strengthens the capillaries, which helps blood circulation.