English Watercress, Erísimo, Erysimum, Erysimum officinale, Herbe au Chanvre, Moutarde des Haies, Singer's Plant, Sisymbre, Sisymbre Officinal, Sisymbrium officinale, St. Barbara's Hedge Mustard, Thalictroc, Vélar, Vélar Officinal.
Despite serious safety concerns, people take hedge mustard to treat urinary tract diseases, coughs, chronic bronchitis, and swelling (inflammation) of the gallbladder.
Hedge mustard is also used as a gargle or mouthwash.
Be careful not to confuse hedge mustard with other types of mustards such as black mustard, brown mustard, white mustard, Indian mustard, and Chinese mustard.
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