Lungdu vegetable found in Himachal naturally

Fiddlehead ferns contain various vitamins and minerals, as well as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. They are a source of antioxidants and dietary fiber. They are low in sodium, but rich in potassium, which may make them suitable for people who need a low-sodium diet.

The Indian subcontinent, it is found in the Himalayan states of North and Northeast India. In the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, it is known locally as lingri and is famously used to make a pickle lingri ka achaar. In the Kangra Valley, it is called lungdu in the Kangri language. In the Garhwal division of Uttarakhand, it is called language and eaten as a vegetable. In Darjeeling and Sikkim regions, it is called niyuro and is common as a vegetable side dish, often mixed with local cheese. It is also pickled. In Assam, it is known as dhekia xak, there it is a popular side dish.

The wild vegetable Lungdu is not only nutritious but also rich in medicinal properties, the vegetable of Lungdu grows naturally in the mountains.

Many types of wild vegetables are found in the mountains of Himachal.  Lingdi is also one of these vegetables.  You will find this green vegetable around the rivers and drains.  People know this organic plant by the name of Lungdu, Lingdi, or Lingad.  This vegetable grows naturally in the mountains during the summer season.  Which people eat with great fervor.  This vegetable has started arriving in the vegetable markets of Himachal.

 Lungdu is not only a nutritious vegetable but it is also full of medicinal properties.  The green tender stem of Lungdu is rich in vitamin A, vitamin B complex, potassium, copper, iron, fatty acids, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium, carotene, and minerals.

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