[Can wild chestnut be eaten]_Wild food_Can you
Chestnuts are very common. Most people have eaten chestnuts. When eating chestnuts, you must first remove the hard outer layer of the chestnut, and then peel off the soft layer inside to eat. Generally, some people eat chestnuts.All chestnuts are grown after grafting and planting. They can only be eaten after being stir-fried. Some chestnuts are wild chestnuts. They are grown chestnuts without being cultivated. Can wild chestnuts be eaten?
Both edible wild chestnut and grafted chestnut are edible, and because the growth environment of wild chestnut is not affected by humans, no residues such as pesticides will be artificially added.
However, the wild chestnut is a bit small because it is smaller than the planted chestnut. During the process of eating, pay attention to the fact that there may be bugs in the wild chestnut. When you eat the shell, you must first check whether there are bugs.You can safely eat the[chemical composition]containing protein 5.
7%, aunt 2%, carbohydrate 62%, ash 1.
3%, starch 25% and vitamin B, trace enzymes, etc.
[Sexual Flavor Meridian]Sweet and warm; return to kidney, spleen and stomach.
[Indications]Nourishing the stomach and strengthening the spleen, nourishing the kidney and strengthening the muscles, activating blood and stopping bleeding.
It is used for nausea, diarrhea, weak waist and feet, vomiting, diarrhea, blood in the stool, gold sores, swelling and pain, diarrhea, Yuejia disease, Jiuzi disease, Chibai disease and so on.
[Usage and Dosage]Raw food, boiled or fried ground powder; external application.
[Compatible application]Moon disease: chestnut flower 10g, decoction.
(Guizhou Huangping) Nine sons: appropriate amount of chestnut flowers, decoction.
(Guizhou Songtao, Bijie) Red-white dysentery: chestnut 10g, purslane 10g, jujube red 10g, decoction.
(Guizhou Bijie)[North and South Chestnut Edible]1) Stir-fried chestnut seeds have smaller fruit types, more sugar and protein, less starch, and waxiness. The excellent varieties are represented by the chestnuts produced in the Yanshan Mountains of Hebei Province.
2) Vegetable chestnut seeds, fruit-type mixtures, low sugar content, high water content, high starch content, existing properties, suitable for pouring, pastry, canning, etc. Representative varieties include Jiangsu, Hubei and other real estate chestnuts.