150 Sugar Beet Seeds-Non GMO-Open Pollinated- Sweet Tasting- Cold Tolerant, best price new 2019

150 Sugar Beet Seeds-Non GMO-Open Pollinated- Sweet Tasting- Cold Tolerant Photo, best price  new 2019

150 Sugar Beet Seeds-Non GMO-Open Pollinated- Sweet Tasting- Cold Tolerant Photo

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150 Sugar Beet Seeds-Non GMO-Open Pollinated- Sweet Tasting- Cold Tolerant description and characteristics:

Root - raw or cooked. The root contains 16 - 20% sugar and this is often extracted and used as a sweetener. This plant is a major source of sugar in many temperate areas. The root can also be used as a vegetable. When cooked it is quite tender, but with some fibrous strands. It has a very sweet flavor that some people find too sweet. The raw root is rather tough, but makes a pleasant addition to salads when grated finel. Leaves - raw or cooked. A very acceptable spinach substitut. Some people dislike the raw leaves since they can leave an unpleasant taste in the mouth. Although little used in modern herbalism, beet has a long history of folk use, especially in the treatment of tumours. A decoction prepared from the seed has been used as a remedy for tumours of the intestines. The seed, boiled in water, is said to cure genital tumours. The juice or other parts of the plant is said to help in the treatment of tumours, leukaemia and other forms of cancer such as cancer of the breast, oesophagus, glands, head, intestines, leg, lip, lung, prostate, rectum, spleen, stomach, and uterus. Some figure that betacyanin and anthocyanin are important in the exchange of substances of cancer cells; others note two main components of the amines, choline and its oxidation product betaine, whose absence produces tumours in mice. The juice has been applied to ulcers. In the old days, beet juice was recommended as a remedy for anaemia and yellow jaundice, and, put into the nostrils to purge the head, clear ringing ears, and alleviate toothache. Beet juice in vinegar was said to rid the scalp of dandruff as scurf, and was recommended to prevent falling hair. Juice of the white beet was said to clear obstructions of the liver and spleen. Culpepper recommended it for treating headache and vertigo as well as all affections of the brain.

150 Sugar Beet Seeds-Non GMO-Open Pollinated- Sweet Tasting- Cold Tolerant best price new 2019

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