XXII. Millet (Milium)
Nature: Cold and dry in the second degree.
Optimum: That which is left in the fields for three months.
Usefulness: Good for those who wish to refresh the stomach and dry out superfluous humors.
Dangers: Not very nourishing.
Neutralization of the Dangers: Consumed together with nourishing foods.
From the Tacuinum of Paris
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