Nettle - Stinging Nettle Leaf Powder 100 Grams
Scientific Name: Urtica dioica
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One herb, hundred of uses
What’s not to love about Nettle also known as Urtica Stinging nettle is rich in Vitamin C, E, A , K , Iron, Copper, Sinc, Selenium, Phosphorus, Lycopebe, b-Carotene. It is easily one of the greatest herb known to mankind
Blood Builder, Hemoglobin Production
Nettle's iron content makes it a wonderful blood builder, and the presence of vitamin C aids in the iron absorption. As a herb rich in iron nettles are excellent for anaemia Nettle can help the body boost red blood cell production, it may help prevent anemia.
Nettle also contain the flavonoids quercetin and kaempferol, which can help lower blood pressure and reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease.
Anti-inflammatory properties of nettle tea help to reduce inflammation in the arteries and blood vessels to decrease blood pressure levels and prevent heart disease
Benign prostatic hyperplasia
Stinging nettle is used widely in Europe to treat BPH especially used in combination with other herbs (especially saw palmetto).This combination relieves symptoms such as reduced urinary flow, incomplete emptying of the bladder, post urination dripping, and the constant urge to urinate. Studies suggest that stinging nettle is comparable to finasteride (a medication commonly prescribed for BPH) in slowing the growth of certain prostate cells. However, unlike finasteride, the herb does not decrease prostate size
Stinging nettle has shown anti-inflammatory, astringent, bactericidal and healing properties. The antioxidant capacity and anti-aging potential especially in the inhibition of enzyme activities, such as elastase and collagenase has made nettle a very important promising ingredient in skin care formulation.
Used in hair care due to its high silica and sulphur content, it combats hair loss and helps in hair re-growth. In fact, nettle is one of the oldest recorded remedies used for treating and preventing hair loss. This is primarily due to the high amount of sulphur and silica in nettle, which improve hair health by strengthening the hair shaft. Regularly using nettle shampoo can promote hair re-growth and reduce hair loss
Gout and Excess Uric Acid
Stinging nettles may bring relief upon people who have excess uric acid built up in their bodies. In the case of gout, this uric acid builds up and crystallizes around the joints, causing inflammation and excruciating pain. Stinging nettles can work to clear out this excess uric acid and relieve some symptoms of the disease by increasing urine output and increases the removal of uric acid.
Nettle has been used historically to treat arthritis and relieve sore muscles. While studies have been small, they suggest that some people find relief from joint pain by applying nettle leaf topically to the painful area. Other studies show that taking stinging nettle orally, along with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), helps people reduce osteoarthritis pain and eventually the NSAID dose. It is an ingredient in our herbal arthritis blend.
Urinary Tract Infections
Alongside Vitamin C and Cranberry powder, drinking tea made of stinging nettles can further help in the treatment of a bladder infection by easing the inflammation of the bladder or urethra. Drinking nettle tea also promotes urination which flushes the body of infection causing bacteria. However, serious kidney infections can arise from bladder infections and it is necessary to see a physician if symptoms persist 24 to 36 hours after herbal remedies are used.
Stinging nettle contain properties that help to reduce nasal inflammation and ease allergy symptoms, particularly hay fever. Nettles contain antihistamines which act against the body’s natural response to produce nasal congestion and watery eye in response to pollen and other allergens.
Increases Breast Milk Supply
Stinging nettle is believed to stimulate milk production and increase the supply of breast milk in breastfeeding mothers. It is generally considered safe to begin taking nettle immediately after giving birth, and it can be continued for an extended period of time. It is one of the ingredients in our herbal lactating mix.
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