[Can wild grapes be eaten]_ Eat directly_ Can you
Wild grapes, I believe many people have heard of them, and some people will pick a few pearls when they encounter them in the wild, but there are rumors that wild grapes cannot be eaten easily, which may cause a great disaster.
So what exactly is it?
The following editors will first show you what the wild grapes we call are and whether we can eat them.
Solanum nigrum is a very common solanaceae medicinal plant in the wild. The whole plant is used in medicine to disperse blood stasis, reduce swelling, clear heat and detoxify.
Wild grape is the fruit of the dragon’s sunflower, its shape resembles the grape so everyone calls it wild grape.
We usually refer to two types of solanum, solanum and lesser flower.
Wild grapes suddenly look like grapes, but friends who know a little about the characteristics of solanaceae plants dare not speak easily, because many solanaceae plants are poisonous, but can the fruits of wild sunflowers (wild grapes) be eaten?
Whether or not the fruit of the dragonfly can be eaten is mainly gradually matured.
There are no mature toxins, such as tortoise, that accumulate toxins. Those who are mild after eating will have “mouth hemp”, and those who are severe will have their lives worried.
However, when these fruits changed from cyan to dark purple, it showed that solanine had been degraded in large quantities, and the softened fruit was eaten, mixed with sweet syrups such as pepper, tomato and grass, which were impressive.
However, what is the toxicity of solanine?
Solanine is very toxic. It can promote the accumulation of acetylcholine in the body, improve nerve excitability, cause brain edema, gastroenteritis, edema of various important organs, and accompanied by vomiting, diarrhea, dyspnea and other symptoms.Lifetime; at the same time, Solanum nigrum has a very clear anti-cancer effect, but it is still a long way from the clinic.
How to identify the solanaceous plants (potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants, and sunflower fruits) that are often eaten contain the exclusion of solanine?
(1) Pass the maturity: merged; (2) Pass the taste: Solanine is very bitter. If we find that the fruit of solanum has a bitter taste, we must not eat it easily, because it may contain solanine.