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Milk thistle

Usually, when milk thistle is used as a botanical it is done in an extract form. This is because the seeds from milk thistle do not mix well with water and will give off an oily, bitter taste. Instead, the botanical might use the extract to avoid problems with using the regular plant in the distillation (very little of the flavor will be absorbed if the full plant is used).

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