Substances & Homeopatic Remedies

Sedum acre

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Edible Uses
Condiment; Leaves.
Leaves - raw or cooked[13, 100]. Rich in vitamin C, but it has a bitter acrid taste[1, 244]. The main interest in the edible qualities of this plant is as a survival food, since it grows wild in the driest deserts as well as in arctic conditions[244]. Large quantities can cause stomach upsets[19]. It is best to dry the leaves (which can be difficult because they are very fleshy) and then powder them and use them to add a peppery taste to foods[244].

The leaves are dried and ground into a powder to make a spicy seasoning[183].