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This is a Horseradish Plant.  I use horseradish in a lot of Supper's On foods, dressings and juices.  You can eat the leaves but there is a kick tied to it!  You harvest the roots in the fall.  However I find if you dig a little bit and cut off a portion of the root that the plant can continue to grow and continue to keep producing roots.  Also It's a great way to keep weeds at bay. Both the root and leaves of horseradish contain potassium, magnesium, vitamin c and calcium. Horseradish leaves were used by early physicians and healers to treat a variety of ailments such as asthma, toothaches, arthritis, colds and coughs Additional health benefits of horseradish: Horseradish is...

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