Sorrel is sour and a bit sour when fresh. The Sorrel is widely accepted in folk medicine as a cure for abdominal pain, removal of skin spots, anti-anemia and kidney stones.

The fresh leaves of the Sorrel serve as a spice for the salad and dishes that Sourness is right for them. Therefore, it is best suited as a green spice.
In Northern Europe, in countries such as India, Brazil, and Portugal it is customary to use the Sorrel as a base for various soups.

Nutrition Facts (per 100 grams)

Calories (energy) 35 Vitamin A (mg) 3.9
Protein (grams) 2 Vitamin b1 (mg) 0.09
Carbohydrate 6 Vitamin b2 (mg) 0.22
Sugars 0 Vitamin C (mg) 120
Fat (grams) 0.3 potassium (mg) 340
Saturated fat 0 calcium (mg) 70
Water 89.7 calcium (mg) 2
Sodium (ml) 5  


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