As a natural cleansing agent for the digestive system, the fiber of the vegetable can help you sweep out stagnant food and toxins built up over time. Radishes are also a natural diuretic which help your kidney and urinary systems flush out irritants and bring relief to local inflammation caused by built-up salts. Radishes also prevent ted blood cell damage by supplying fresh oxygen to your blood.
In old Britain, radishes had folk medicinal uses: clearing kidney stones, rehydrating bad skin, and purging intestinal worms. These age-old remedies worked well enough that pilgrims brought radish seeds with them to America.
Radishes have a calming effect on the digestive system and can help relieve bloating and indigestion. The crucifer vegetables have antibacterial, antifungal, and detoxifying properties, and contain compounds that soothe rashes, dryness, and other skin disorders.