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Re: [pfaf] Re: Fuki butterbur petasites japonicus

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  • daniel wildman
    Brian: That is a good idea. You mentioned Glucosamine,(correct spell) you may want to check out this site, I am sure there are others
    Message 1 of 9 , Mar 15, 2008
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      Brian: That is a good idea.
      You mentioned Glucosamine,(correct spell) you may want to check out this site, I am sure there are others
      http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/DSH/glucosamine.html
      As with any Medication or Natural Herb there can be side effects or drug interactions. It is best to consult you local Dr.

      ----- Original Message ----
      From: Brian <yarhoo@...>
      To: pfaf@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 6:10:02 AM
      Subject: [pfaf] Re: Fuki butterbur petasites japonicus

      Hi Dan

      Thanks for your help on this

      My wife has slight Arthitis problems and tries to reduce this type of
      consumption she also has only small ammounts of orange juice / acid
      types drinks

      She takes glucosulfamate ( not shure of spelling ) which helps

      Brian

      --- In pfaf@yahoogroups. com, daniel wildman <spiderman18102@ ...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Hi Mary: Yes it is true that the Alkaloid content in potatoes &
      tomatoes is not much an you can eat raw or greeen potatos,
      > but I would not recommend eatting alot at one time or very often,
      An as mentioned that I am sentive to nightshade plants,
      > alos Arthitis,which seems to be found to make it worse, I dont know
      if you been following this email along, but if you are intrested in
      the other plant I mentioned, you can either check them out ofr your
      self/dosearch on nightsade plants
      > or send email. hope i have been of some help to people in this
      group intrest in the plant spices. Plantman Dan
      >
      >
      >
      > ----- Original Message ----
      > From: "Infowolf1@. .." <Infowolf1@. ..>
      > To: pfaf@yahoogroups. com
      > Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 5:10:15 PM
      > Subject: Re: [pfaf] Re: Fuki butterbur petasites japonicus
      >
      > the alkaloid content in potatoes and tomatoes is in the leaves
      > and stems, not the fruit or tuber. Or not much. I never had
      > problems from eating raw potato or green potato, but I
      > didn't do it a lot.
      >
      > I don't know anything about these other plants.
      >
      > Mary Christine
      >
      >
      > In a message dated 3/14/2008 11:25:12 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
      > yarhoo@blanthorn. com writes:
      >
      > Thanks Dan
      >
      > Best I found so far is ( easy to read )
      >
      > Quote xxx How does cooking affect alkaloid content in nightshade
      > foods?
      >
      > Steaming, boiling, and baking all help reduce the alkaloid content
      of
      > nightshades. Alkaloids are only reduced, however, by about 40-50%
      > from cooking. For non-sensitive individuals, the cooking of
      > nightshade foods will often be sufficient to make the alkaloid risk
      > from nightshade intake insignificant. However, for sensitive
      > individuals, the remaining alkaloid concentration may be enough to
      > cause problems. xxxx
      >
      > Also lists many other plants like potatoe / tomatoes with alkaloid
      in
      > them
      >
      > _http://www.whfoods. http://www. whttp://wwwhttp: /&dbid=dbi_
      > (http://www.whfoods. com/genpage. php?tname= george&dbid= 206)
      >
      > Also very sensible info on toxins in our "normal" food plants
      >
      > _http://www.beyondve
      http://wwhttp: //www.beyohttp: //www.http: //w_
      > (http://www.beyondve g.com/tu- j-l/raw-cooked/ raw-cooked-
      1g.shtml)
      >
      > Brian
      >
      > --- In _pfaf@yahoogroups. pfa_ (mailto:pfaf@ yahoogroups.
      com) , "Brian"
      > <yarhoo@> wrote:
      > >
      > > --- In _pfaf@yahoogroups. pfa_ (mailto:pfaf@ yahoogroups. com) ,
      daniel
      > wildman <spiderman18102@ > wrote:
      > > >
      > > > Hi Brian: Check out this site _http://en.wikipedia http://en.
      http_
      > (http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ Fuki) I
      > am
      > > sure there are more sites out there use Google search
      > > > There is also a Muti-search site _http://bjorgul. http_
      > (http://bjorgul. com/) I have some
      > > other sites if you are intrested. Enjoy Dan
      > >
      > > Thanks Dan
      > >
      > > What I guess I am looking for is reasurance that Fuki is no more
      > > dangerous raw than say potatoes and when cooked is perfectly safe
      > to eat
      > >
      > > So any further info would be appriciated
      > >
      > > Thanks
      > >
      >
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