This is not medical advice and should not be taken as such. This is for informational and educational purposes. If in doubt don’t, know a plant before you use it.
I found out about this plant by accident. I strange weed started growing in my garden. I posted it in a plant ID group on Facebook and they identified it as Arugula. I tasted it and it had a pleasant taste. Not only that I have Lyme and was having a bad day, after eating it I felt better so decided to find out more about it. I eat it in salads and on pizza but I have heard that it taste good added to dishes you would add oregano to like spaghetti.
It would help those who have myocarditis or thrombosis it prevents blood clotting. It is probably why it made me feel better because I have Lyme carditis.
It helps with neurological issues and would help with autoimmunity because it restores function of IL-10 which Lyme and HIV inhibit.
Arugula helps prevent cancer.
High in antioxidants so it improves skin barrier function.
It contains Isorhamnetin which is also found in onions and other spices. It is renoprotective.
It chelates the bad iron from the body and reduces reactive oxygen species.
It inhibits urease which would help with gastric ulcers. It would also help lower ammonia levels in the body.
Reduces Quinone which would help with sepsis, detox issues, a leaky blood brain barrier and hormone issues.
Would help protect from vaccine injury and other toxins. Protects the thyroid.
It is high in Erucin
Helps with diabetes.
Reduces inflammation because it is high in isothiocyanites.