It is a plant of the family cruciferae, annual and biennial from the dark of the night to about eighty cm high, the lower part of the plant is covered with a fluffy top, and sometimes the entire plant is fluffy. Its leaves have deep cuts and are split two or three times
Its flowers are yellow. The fruit has a long silique, fifteen to thirty-five millimeters long and one millimeter wide, in a straight state within the pod silique sheath
The eggs are small and slightly elongate, or reddish or dark red. You go into the car in gardens and deserts

Growth location

It grows in most parts of China and in India in the temperate Himalayas from Kashmir to Mumaeon at altitudes of 1600 to 4000 meters and in the Peshawar area of Pakistan, in Iran mentioned in Clock Karaj, between Tehran and Semnan, Tochal. Damavand, Lashkar Gah and in the northern parts of Iran in Mazandaran and other northern and some other areas
Ash seed is red, darker and darker, but Iranian is not pale and bitter

Other names

Terrestrial, Terrestrial-Terrestrial-Shakirak-Saroon-Shalam-Shaftaran-Shivaran-Shady-Sashpir-Khobeh-Shalam Bay

Chemical compounds

Fatty oils include linoleic acid, linolenic acid, oleic acid, erosic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, and oils containing benzyl, propenyl, isotonic, cyanate allyl, allyl disulfide, isothiocyanate, allyl isothiocyanate

Health benefits

Soaky soaking increases bowel movements, treats constipation, and prevents gastric acid penetration into the gastrointestinal tract
To relieve tenderness, gastric weakness caused by cold indigestion, salivary constipation, tonsillitis reduce uterine discharge or uterine infection, hemorrhoids hemorrhage and hemorrhage treatment, dry skin, eczema, hair loss and scalp itching, scalp dandruff , Enhance the Sexual Power of Men and Women, Eat 3 teaspoons daily in a glass of water with a sweet pumpkin, or
To treat itching of the skin, 3 times a day, mix and drink a cup of soapy water and soaked jujube with a tablespoon
Eat it with a slimming and shimmering treatment milk , removes viscous and solid moisture from the surface of the body
They are used as cooling and laxative. Stimulates stomach and eliminates secretions of femininity. Used to relieve worms and relieve kidney swelling
A poplar soil; it collects moisture from the stomach and intestine and drives the brain's moisture down
If you smoke 4 times a day on a patient's face and then wrap your head in warm, dry cloth for 10 minutes each time, it is anti-brain tumor
For an effect on inflammatory bowel colitis, pour a teaspoon of boiled lentils 2-3 times a day before meals
If the hair loss is due to weakness and hepatic impairment, mix and eat one tablespoon of mash every morning for 2–4 months before breakfast and eat one tablespoon each evening. Mix olive oil with a spoonful of sour lemon juice
Use groundnuts and soil instead of breakfast to improve hot gastritis
To cure hot livers, thirsty, hot flushes and hot tempered owners, heat 2 cups of chicory sweat every morning to bring to a boil, immediately pour 3 tablespoons of clean soil and a little honey. Sweet and eat

How to prepare soaked ash

Pour a tablespoon of thoroughly washed ash into a glass of water for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally, then stirring thoroughly

Anti-drought morning routine

Spoon 3 tablespoons of hot salty grated sand in 1.5 cups of fresh lemon juice, fast in the morning, and eat for 2 hours

On the other hand, pour a tablespoon of cleaned cow's milk or non-pasteurized sheep's milk on a clean 3 tbsp a day and do not eat for 2 hours

Anti-Tail Morning Set

Roast (warm-1-2), herb (cold-2-dry 2) and lentils (cold-2-dry 1) in equal portions and powdered sugar together. Fasting a tablespoon of boiling water each morning and fasting

Avoidance and harms

In some temperaments it causes headaches and false appetite
Used-up dust is harmful to those with kidney, liver and spleen disorders
Eating ashes during pregnancy should be used with caution and should not be consumed without a prescription

Sources

The Great Encyclopedia of Islamic Medicine C2, Secrets of Medicinal Plants, The Healing Course Collection J9