It has high edible value. Its fruits contain many nutrients such as sugar, protein, fat, etc. It can be eaten by children, patients with poor urine, edema and fever. Wild pheasant belongs to cold food. People with spleen and stomach deficiency, blood deficiency, and people with diabetes should not eat it to prevent abdominal pain after eating.
The wild pheasant belongs to the sedge family, and it is mostly grown in water-retaining, loose, organic soil containing neutral matter. It is mostly distributed in Fujian, Guangdong and other regions in China. The wild cormorant matures in autumn each year. Its peel is purple-black and the flesh is white. The taste is very good.
Wild flesh contains sugar, fat, protein and other nutritional ingredients. Moderate consumption has the effects of Shengjin, lungs, phlegm, diuresis, and cooling blood. People who often use their throats can eat more. Wild pheasant can be eaten as a fruit or as a vegetable. Its flesh is very crisp.
Although wild salamanders can be eaten, they cannot be eaten directly. Wild salamanders mostly grow in the soil, and its surface is covered with a lot of bacteria and parasites. The peel must be peeled off and cleaned before each consumption. Wild pheasants are cold foods. People with spleen and stomach deficiency, blood deficiency, and blood stasis should not eat them, and those with diabetes should not eat them.
Children, patients with unfavourable urination, edema, and fever can eat more wild pheasants, which is good for the body. In addition to being edible, wild pheasants have certain pharmaceutical value. Using wild pheasant with other herbs can be used to treat many symptoms such as hypertension, hemorrhoids, shingles, sore throat, and nosebleeds.