Eating Kangkong Can Be Dangerous! Here Is The Reason Why!

The water spinach is loved by filipinos for being a vegetable filled with nutrients and vitamins.

But healthy leaving is not going to work on this one.

Did you know that it can also be harmful to your health? Kangkong or water spinach belongs to a noxious weed.

These group of weeds are harmful, which are can be harmful also to agricultural or horticultural crops, humans and livestock, and/or the local ecosystems and natural habitats.

Noxious weeds are those that have been designated as harmful or injurious weeds that can cause harm to agricultural or horticultural crops, humans and livestock, and/or the local ecosystems and natural habitats.

Why does it belong to the said group? This is because kangkong thrives anywhere and everywhere, even without human care and maintenance.

If the vegetable is not cooked well, the bacteria will stick to human intestines if consumed.

This would then cause abdominal pain, indigestion, and allergic reactions. It could even lead to death if not treated. This condition is caused by the Fasciolopsis buski, which is a large parasitic intestinal fluke.

The most dangerous way to cook kangkong is through blanching wherein the vegetable is just dipped in boiling water.

So, if you are fond of eating kangkong, make sure to inspect the leaves and clean these properly and ensure that you cook it well.

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