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  6. I have a chronic pain, will wild lettuce help? Well, we can't give medical advice, but we can talk about what is in the literature. Lactucopicrin, and the analogous alkaloids found in wild lettuce, are analgesic. Analgesics are used to treat pain. Lactucarium was pretty available in medical form from the late 18th to t.
  7. The ancients noticed that willow, poppy, and wild lettuce were useful for pain killing. Willow contains salicylic acid, used to make aspirin. Poppy contains morphine and other opiates. Sprouted lettuce contains a naturally occurring alkaloid called lactucin, which is found in the white milky sap of the plant. This is how it got its nickname.
  8. Feb 18,  · Wild lettuce is one of the many common names for certain species of the Lactuca genus related to traditional lettuce. The leaves have often been consumed for their mild analgesic properties and as a salad vegetable.

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