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Mustards were originally identified as members of a small but widespread genus of European and Asiatic herbs named Sinapis, but they are now generally included in the Cabbage genus, Brassica.

All of the Mustard varieties come from species of annually flowering bushes or small trees, which are often experienced as weeds or even destructive pests. The leaves, Mustard greens, are used as a vegetable. If leaves are not harvested, strange seed stalks are sent up by the plants, and the condiment is made from the seeds.

Mustard may commonly induce symptoms of food allergy, including severe anaphylactic reactions, in sensitised individuals, including infants and children. Copyright Copyright © 2006 Phadia AB. Source: ImmunoCap, ImmunoCap

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zh-CN Chinese (China) 芥菜
Synonyms: 十字花科;棕芥;芥末;芸苔属
fr-CA French (Canada) Moutarde
et-EE Estonian (Estonia) Sinep
es-ES Spanish (Spain) Mostaza
it-IT Italian (Italy) Senape
tr-TR Turkish (Turkey) Hardal
ru-RU Russian (Russian Federation) Горчица
nl-NL Dutch (Netherlands) mosterd
fr-BE French (Belgium) Moutarde
Synonyms: f89