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Whole Brown Mustard Seed
« on: July 31, 2012, 01:26:01 PM »
In Buddhism, it is said that a mother came to Siddhartha with a sick son, and he told her that if she brought him mustard seeds from a family without grief or loss he could heal her child. When she could not find any, she realized no family was without such hardship, and she could not selfishly expect miracles for herself. In the Quran, references show that Allah states that all will be measured on the Day of Judgment, even the equivalent of the mustard seed, as God reckons all. In the New Testament it is stated that Jesus used the mustard seed as a model for the new kingdom and his faith, speaking of how the smallest seed grows into the largest of garden plants

Today, mustard seeds are still primarily used within the culinary fields and is a popular spice for a great many of dishes, and for this they are most recognized. However numerous folk remedies do exist, primarily using mustard seeds as part of a poultice or compress for coughs, colds and other such irritations.

« Last Edit: July 31, 2012, 01:37:51 PM by Temhair »
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