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Organic or wild greens Dark leafy greens, fresh green herbs, stinging nettles, and wild garlic leaves are a treasure trove of nutrients that act as antioxidants and also alkalize the body.
Until relatively recently, many of the pricey, sought-after and hard-to-find greens at markets were considered weeds: Farmers used to throw out stinging nettles, lamb’s quarters and nasturtiums instead of selling them.
The Dram crew forages many of their ingredients themselves, including gentian root, fennel, stinging nettle, and dandelion.
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