See under RAMSONS (Allium ursinum) WILD PLUM
See under BULLACE (Prunus domestica 'institia') WILD RADISH
(Raphanus raphanistrum) Not the ancestor of the garden radish, but this is a common farm and garden weed. The seeds, which are toxic to livestock, have been used as a remedy for haemorrhage and malaria (Watt & Breyer-Brandwijk). Among Europeans in South Africa, the plant has been used for gravel, a remedy listed by Hill a long time ago. An early 17th century auburn hair dye had as its principal constituents radish and hedge-privet (Wykes-Joyce).
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