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We have already said,1 that there is also a wild radish.2 The most esteemed is that of Arcadia, though it is also found growing in other countries as well. It is only efficacious as a diuretic, being in other respects of a heating nature. In Italy, it is known also by the name of "armoracia."

1 See B. xix c. 26.

2 The Cochlearia Armoracia of Linnæus.

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