There are some yummy green things you may drink to your healthy advantage, however. One of those is a rich green tea made from fresh stinging nettles.
O, come on, don't be a baby. Yes, they are called stinging nettles for a reason and you must be very respectful in the harvesting of them.
But when they are immersed in boiling water, they get soft and safe. I filled a cookpot with fresh nettles and poured boiling water over them from the kettle. Covered them and let them steep for a couple of hours and then strained the tea through cheesecloth and put it in a half gallon mason jar.
I drank some hot, with a bit of honey from the Lost Hive. And I drank it cold all day yesterday and some today.
It's a great spring tonic and a deliciously verdant drink.
Here they are, with the tongs that made them safe to handle. Blessed be the tongs!