Mustard is mentioned throughout
the Bible and is a member of the cross bearer (cruciferae) family whose flowers
are in the shape of a cross. The seeds have little to no smell themselves and
the taste is only brought out once the seed is crushed and mixed with water.
Traditional healers contend that a gargle of mustard seed in hot water is helpful
in relieving sore throats and bronchitis. They also use it as stimulant
to relieve respirtory complaints and rheumatism as well as stimulating the kidneys.
Traditional healers also use it in footbaths and baths to relieve sore muscle
aches and pains. Mustard Whole or Ground:
2.0 oz $4.35
4.0 oz $6.35