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Horseradish is a course Eurasian plant with a thick white pungent root.
Horses are unlikely to eat it because of its smell and they do not usually find it particularly palatable. If they eat it in too large a quantity it may irritate the stomach and cause colic.

However, Horseradish is also a herbal remedy and in controlled circumstances it is a powerful aid against internal parasites. It may be used as a poultice for windgals.

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