Rehmannia glutinosa – Famine Foods

Rehmannia glutinosa


China: roots and leaves eaten. The leaves are either boiled or they may be powdered and mixed with juice from the root and cooked. The root is steamed and sun-dried nine times.

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Lib.; Stend.

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