Vaccinium uliginosum – Northern bilberry



A blueberry-resembling plant, however with flavorless fruits. Occurs in marshes but becomes steadily rarer as its natural habitat is destroyed.

Use: The berries are eaten by themselves or together with fly agarics.

Active constituents: Unknown. There are theories, according to which the effective principle is not found in the plant itself, but in a small fungus that occasionally grows on the leaves. That would also explain the unreliably occurring effect.

Wirkungen: Schwindel, rauschartige Zustände.

Effects: Vertigo, intoxicated state.

Side effects: Unknown. Therefore, but also because of natural conservation, it is advised against its use.

Suppliers: None are known.

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