We today collected some wild garlic leaves (Allium ursinum) in the garden, and we found small points on the leaves. They are white or yellow, it's difficult to tell because the points are just half a millimeter big. The wiipedia article on wild garlic say that the wild garlic is infected by several species of the genus Melampsora.
Now my question is : can I and my family still eat the wild garlic leaves, or are the Melampsora fungi producing any substances that could be harmful for our health ?
I already searched on google for "Melampsora", but I did not find any information on the harmfulness of the Melampsora species after reading scientific publications for half an hour.