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It is rare to see that this kind of wild vegetable sold by the roadside is rich in nutrition as a good medicine for tonifying qi and blood.

Published: 2024-04-25 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/04/25, Recently, I feel that there are more and more vegetables on the roadside. An aunt picked up a load of vegetables for sale. When she took a closer look, she felt that the wild vegetable looked a little familiar, but she didn't see what it was. The aunt said that this is the wild angelica she dug in the mountain, belonging to.

Recently, I feel that there are more and more vegetables on the roadside. An aunt picked up a load of vegetables for sale. When she took a closer look, she felt that the wild vegetable looked a little familiar, but she didn't see what it was. The aunt said that this is the wild angelica she dug in the mountain, which belongs to a kind of wild vegetable and is also a very common traditional Chinese medicine.

I believe we have all eaten angelica stewed chicken, but we generally use angelica root, and there are many kinds and varieties of angelica. When its roots are dry, some of them are very similar to ginseng, and their medicinal effects are very good, while the stems and leaves of Angelica sinensis, which we rarely eat, are edible.

Generally speaking, only the root of Angelica sinensis has medicinal value, and it is also one of the most commonly used traditional Chinese medicines, which has a very good effect on tonifying blood, invigorating blood and replenishing qi. But in fact, its stems and leaves are also quite edible and nutritious, including sucrose, a variety of amino acids, vitamin A, vitamin E, volatile oil, arginine and a variety of minerals.

When making stew at home, we can wash its stems, leaves and roots together and put them in the pot. We will taste some slight sweetness, rich nutrition and appetizer, especially wild Angelica sinensis.

Wild Angelica is very difficult to meet, generally in the mountains in the countryside is quite a lot, but now most of Angelica sinensis is artificially planted. Angelica sinensis as a low-temperature long-day crop, should be cold and cool climate, avoid the scorching sun, can bear shade. Angelica sinensis should be cultivated in sandy loam which is loose and permeable, well drained and rich in humus, but not easy to be planted with clay, which is disadvantageous to the growth of roots.

In fact, Angelica sinensis not only has the effect of tonifying blood and promoting blood circulation, but also has the effects of moistening dryness and smooth intestines, anti-cancer, enhancing immunity and so on. The aunt dug up this kind of wild angelica and sold it for 8 yuan per jin with roots, which was very cheap, but one tree was a little big, and it was estimated that it could not be eaten at once, and what could not be eaten could be eaten after drying. It's convenient, too.

 
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