Bupleurum falcatum – Famine Foods

Bupleurum falcatum


Himalayas (area unspecified): roots eaten. China: shoots and leaves eaten. It is reported that the young plant may be eaten before it lignifies. The stem and the leaves contain the glucoside rutin.

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