Horseradish used to be used a lot more in herbal medicine than it is today. It is stimulant, carminative, digestive, rubefacient, mild laxative, diuretic, hepatic, antiseptic, vulnerary, circulatory, emmenagogue, expectorant, vermifuge, counterirritant, immunostimulant, antioxidant, antitumor, and antimicrobial.
Learn how to Harvest and Process The Horseradish Plant: one of our favorites for fall.
Dividing horseradish plants becomes a necessity, as they can become invasive. The following article contains information on how to divide a horseradish plant and other useful information on horseradish root division.
Horseradish Harvesting: When And How To Harvest Horseradish Root - Harvesting horseradish plants is a simple task and the resulting condiment can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 6 weeks. Find out how and when to harvest horseradish root in the garden by clicking this article for more information.
Horseradish Care In Pots: How To Grow Horseradish In A Container - If you have ever grown horseradish, then you are only too well aware that it can become quite invasive. The solution, of course, would be container grown horseradish. Look at this article to find out how to grow horseradish in a container.