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InquilineKea

Mulberry leaves, nestle leaves, other exotic herbs, etc?

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HOWEVER, THE MORE EXOTIC OR COMPLEX THE SPICE, THE HIGHER THE CHANCE OF LIVER DAMAGE

 

also, the more "bark" or https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/biochemistry-genetics-and-molecular-biology/tannins it has, the higher the risk of liver damage. The more complex the spice, the higher the chances of liver damage. This is why pure spices are of little risk, but I'm not sure about the above

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