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Can you tell me is horseradish root good for nasal polyp ?

Can you tell me is horseradish root good for nasal polyp ?

I am not: Aware of horseradish being a treatment for polyps. Steroids are the first line treatment. Then control of the environment (allergies) and treating any infections. ...Read more

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Help docs, is horseradish root good for nasal polyp ?

Help docs, is horseradish root good for nasal polyp ?

No: Horse radish will not have any effect upon a benign inflammatory growth originating in the lateral wall of the nose. ...Read more

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Can you tell me is horseradish root with honey for nasal polyp?

Can you tell me is horseradish root with honey for nasal polyp?

NO : Use the horseradish on your food and honey on your toast. Do not use this up your nose. See your ent specialist. If you use horseradish in your nose you will have a severe burning sensation. ...Read more

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Is it ok to eat horseradish on your Arby's sandwich? I am only one month

Why not?: Your question was incomplete. You are "only one month"? I can't figure out that bit. But horseradish is not normally a problem, unless you don't like it. Why would it be for you? Here is a summary on the medical effects by NYU-Langone Medical Center, a great website on alternative medicines, where the .available evidence is summarized and analyzed for validity. ...Read more

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Can horseradish clear my sinus how am i suppose to use horseradish to clear my sinus thanks.

Horse radish fumes: It can give you temporary relief but it can also give you a headache.You can take a whiff or you can prepare it for a meal. Have a handkerchief handy. ...Read more

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Is horseradish high in vitamin k. There are contradictions on the internet?

Is horseradish high in vitamin k.  There are contradictions on the internet?

Depends on part!: The reason for the contradiction is that the root (the part that is usually eaten) is not high in Vit K (only 2 mcg per 100 grams which is over 3 ounces) whereas the leaves contain 123 mcg per 100 grams- but I don't know anyone who eats horseradish leaves. I advise those on Warfarin to take low doses of Vit K- see http://www.lef.org/magazine/2007/6/report_vitamink/Page-01 ...Read more