Mustard (Wild)

Scientific name : Sinapis arvensis
Other names: Català: Mostassa borda , Česky: Hořčice polní , Dansk: Ager-Sennep , Deutsch: Acker-Senf , Español: Mostaza de campo , Eesti: Põldsinep , Suomi: Rikkasinappi , Français: Moutarde des champs , Italiano: Senape selvatica , Lietuviškai: Dirvinis garstukas , Latviešu: Tīruma zvēre , Nederlands: Herik , Norsk (nynorsk): Åkersennep , Polski: Gorczyca polna , Português: Mostarda , Русский: Горчица полевая , Slovenščina: njivska gorjušica , Svenska: Åkersenap , Türkçe: Yabani hardal

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The aerial parts of charlock contain pungent mustard oil glycosides. While the medicinal importance of charlock has greatly declined due to increased favor for other types of mustard, charlock is still occasionally used in the kitchen. Charlock is sometimes found ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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