Mustard Seed, Brown, Brassica juncea
Culinary, Pickling. Brown mustard has a peppery flavor, and may be substituted for black mustard.
Mustard Greens seeds also provide many nutritional benefits. It has a high content of nutrients, alpha omega-3 and alpha omega-6.
hyperemic (increases blood flow)
Use of the herb is contraindicated in those with gastrointestinal ulcers or inflammatory kidney diseases.
Sneezing, coughing, and possibly asthma attacks can result from breathing the allylisothiocyanates that arise from the poultices. Eyes should be protected as the vapours can cause irritation.
Long-term use or frequent applications of the poultices can cause blistering. Therefore, they should not be left on for any longer than thirty minutes.
Mustard should not be administered to children under six.