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Is Dutch bean poisonous: it may be poisonous if it is not cooked

Holland bean is one of the main edible vegetables in western countries. It can enhance the metabolism of human body. However, few people know that Dutch beans are poisonous. Let's take a look.

Toxicity analysis of young Holland beans 1. Holland beans have certain toxicity: Holland beans have small toxicity, which may lead to poisoning if they are not cooked and eaten.

2. Poisoning symptoms: symptoms of Dutch bean poisoning are dizziness, vomiting, etc.

3. Poisoning treatment: seek medical advice in time.

4. Warm tips:

(1) We can judge whether the Dutch beans are ripe through some methods: the bean stick changes from stiff to weak, the color changes from bright green to dark green, and there is no beany smell. (2) In order to prevent poisoning, it can be blanched in boiling water or fried in hot oil until the color changes and is cooked thoroughly.

Medicinal value: it has the functions of harmonizing middle and lower Qi, promoting urination, relieving sores and poisons, benefiting spleen and stomach, generating fluid and relieving thirst, eliminating hiccup, relieving diarrhea and dysentery, relieving thirst and milk, and treating constipation. It has curative effect on spleen and stomach weakness, abdominal distension, vomiting and diarrhea, postpartum milk retention, fever and thirst. Its seed smashes grinds the powder, the external application may remove the carbuncle swelling. With glutinous rice, jujube porridge edible, with the spleen and stomach, help warm to cold, Shengjin Buxu, muscle strengthening effect.

2. Nutritional value: Holland bean is one of the legume vegetables with high nutritional value, which is rich in carbohydrate, protein, carotene and essential amino acids. In particular, it contains high-quality protein, which can improve the body's disease resistance and rehabilitation ability. Moreover, carotene can prevent the synthesis of carcinogenic substances in human body, thereby reducing the formation of cancer cells and reducing the incidence rate of human cancers.