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How to make it
I know how to stop headaches using trees, slow bleeding with a flower, and bake weeds into a pie. I also know how to keep making, no matter what the world throws at you.
As a person of limited means living alone with a child in an old rambling house, I’ve been called many things, including witch. The world doesn’t like people who are different. But I do.