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There are Stingless nettles.
Under a meter tall, the smaller they are, the more nutritious.

Chewing the leaf is the remedy for a sting.

From http://www.thebestofrawfood.com . Sergei reveals the ancient secrets of stinging nettles, where and how to pick them and how to eat them. Filmed during Sergei and Valya Boutenko's visit Amsterdam, The Netherlands in September 2008. More information on wild edible greens on Sergei's website: http://www.harmonyhikes.com/

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