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Is shepherd's purse the hair? No one can eat shepherd's purse

It's the season when shepherd's purse goes on the market. Shepherd's purse is rich in nutrition, but it's the hair, not everyone can eat it. Who can't eat shepherd's purse? Let's get to know.

Is shepherd's purse a hair product

Shepherd's purse, like leek and Chinese toon, belongs to hair. If classified specifically, shepherd's purse belongs to food with fever and wind. Some allergic people may have skin fever, pruritus, swelling and other uncomfortable reactions after eating. Generally, it can subside automatically about 2 hours after stopping eating. If it is serious, it needs to see a doctor as soon as possible.

Who can't eat shepherd's purse

1、 Weak people, especially women, usually have weak cold before and after menstruation, so try not to eat shepherd's purse at that time.

2、 Infants and young children, many parents like to use shepherd's purse to wrap dumplings for infants and young children to eat. They think it's fresh and nutritious. In fact, this behavior is wrong, because shepherd's purse is not easy to digest, and it is easy to cause stomach distention, indigestion and constipation of infants and young children.

Nutritional value of shepherd's purse

1. Shepherd's purse contains carotene, because carotene is the original vitamin A, it can treat dry eye disease and night blindness.

2. Shepherd's purse contains shepherd's purse acid, which can effectively stop bleeding, shorten bleeding and clotting time; it also contains fragrance Muxi, which can reduce capillary permeability and play a role in the treatment of capillary hemorrhage.

3. Shepherd's purse is rich in vitamin C, which can prevent nitrate and nitrite from transforming into carcinogenic nitrosamine in the digestive tract, and prevent gastric cancer and esophageal cancer.

4. Shepherd's purse contains a lot of crude fiber, which can enhance large intestine peristalsis, promote fecal excretion, enhance metabolism, and help prevent and treat hyperlipidemia, hypertension, coronary heart disease, obesity, diabetes, colorectal cancer and hemorrhoids.