White radish is radish one, Cruciferae radish genus fresh radish root. There are many varieties of radish, including white, red and green, but white radish is the most common. Radish is one or two-year-old herb. The root is fleshy, oblong, spherical or conical, and the root bark is green, white, pink or purple. The stem is erect, strong, cylindrical, hollow, branched from the base. The basal leaves and the lower part of the stem have long stalks, usually large heads and pinnately divided, with coarse hairs, 1 to 3 pairs of lateral lobes, with serrations or nicks on the edges; the middle and upper leaves of the stem are oblong to lanceolate, gradually smaller upwards Not split or slightly split, not holding stems. Racemes, terminal and axillary. The flowers are pale pink or white.