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Nettle (Utica dioica) Liquid Herb Extract

Nettle

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Urtica dioica, often called common nettle, stinging nettle or nettle leaf, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Urticaceae. It is native to Europe, Asia, northern Africa, and North America, and introduced elsewhere.

Nettles 'ease arthritis suffering' Stinging nettles can be an effective therapy to relieve the pain of arthritis, researchers say. ... The researchers found that stinging nettles not only significantly reduced pain, but also that the level of that pain stayed lower through most of the treatment.

Nettles are iron rich, but also have a high vitamin C content. The vitamin C aids in the absorption of the iron. Double win! They are also incredibly nutrient dense, and contain a wide array of vitamins and minerals. Nettles are a tonic for the whole body, especially the blood, making them a girl’s best friend when in need of some PMS relief, and are also a great tonic for the genitourinary system. Because nettles are cleansing for the blood, they are also fantastic for skin conditions, as the blood feeds the skin. Often used to clear eczema, and even in hair and scalp potions.

Nettle may be helpful with Prostate hyperplasia, prostatitis.

Nettle is an antihistamine, and can therefore be useful for allergies. Daily supplement of nettle leaves may alleviate the allergic symptoms. Alternatively, use a tincture of the nettle leaf.

Topically, nettle alleviates discomfort due to eczema and other skin conditions. Internally, nettle leaf can also be given to help with skin conditions as it can cleanse and stimulate the blood and clear chronic skin ailments and alleviate itchy skin.

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Urtica dioica, often called common nettle, stinging nettle or nettle leaf, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Urticaceae. It is native to Europe, Asia, northern Africa, and North America, and introduced elsewhere.

Nettles 'ease arthritis suffering' Stinging nettles can be an effective therapy to relieve the pain of arthritis, researchers say. ... The researchers found that stinging nettles not only significantly reduced pain, but also that the level of that pain stayed lower through most of the treatment.

Nettles are iron rich, but also have a high vitamin C content. The vitamin C aids in the absorption of the iron. Double win! They are also incredibly nutrient dense, and contain a wide array of vitamins and minerals. Nettles are a tonic for the whole body, especially the blood, making them a girl’s best friend when in need of some PMS relief, and are also a great tonic for the genitourinary system. Because nettles are cleansing for the blood, they are also fantastic for skin conditions, as the blood feeds the skin. Often used to clear eczema, and even in hair and scalp potions.

Nettle may be helpful with Prostate hyperplasia, prostatitis.

Nettle is an antihistamine, and can therefore be useful for allergies. Daily supplement of nettle leaves may alleviate the allergic symptoms. Alternatively, use a tincture of the nettle leaf.

Topically, nettle alleviates discomfort due to eczema and other skin conditions. Internally, nettle leaf can also be given to help with skin conditions as it can cleanse and stimulate the blood and clear chronic skin ailments and alleviate itchy skin.

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