Stinging nettle (Urtica Dioica) -packed with vitamins
Text: Carl Grinde Date: 30 August 2011
Uppdated 12 Augusti 2012
Stinging nettle is very healthy to eat
Stinging nettles are often regarded as weeds to clear away and throw away. Before you throw away the weeds that you clear in your garden, your nettles, you should know that they are very healthy to eat. It is a medicine, a medicinal plant, medicine. It's very good for the stomach. You can make a decoction and make ointment. It's good for the skin.
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One of the most effective herbs to detoxify the blood system and build up the blood is the Stinging nettle.
Nettle is alterative, antiscorbutic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antispasmodic, astringent, circulatory stimulant, digestive, diuretic, expectorant, expel gravel and stones from any organ, especially the kidneys and gall bladder, hepatic, hemostatic, galactagogue, laxative, nervine, nutritive, refrigerant, styptic pectoral, tonic.
Nettle extract is beneficial for eye health, nettle reduces bad cholesterol and the risk of atherosclerosis
Nettle is a well-known folk remedy for allergy relief, including hay fever and other allergies. It helps to relieve inflammation caused by allergic reactions and clears congestion in the nose and chest.
Nettle is rich in Vitamins A, C, E, D, F and P with a high protein content along with sulphur, sodium, copper, calcium, manganese, chromium and zinc.
Two cups of nettle infusion has all the vitamins and minerals you need for a day.
Nettle is a good source of vitamin D. Vitamin D is vital for muscular function, the nervous and glandular systems
and is of paramount importance in regulating all vitamin and mineral metabolism, including the absorption of calcium. Nettle is a valuable K vitamin provider, essential to good function of the circulatory system, heart, liver, and the process of blood coagulation.
nettle used when:
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Stinging nettle for Amenorrhea - Loss of Period
Nettle for Bronchitis, Asthma
Nettle for Childbirth
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Stinging Nettle for Excessive menstruation
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Stinging Nettles for Testosterone
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Nettle is highly nutritious and may be used as a general dietary supplement and is especially good for those who are convalescing, anemic, or elderly.
nettle as a home remedy for kidney stones diabetes, asthma, allergies, hair loss and coughs
Eat powder of stinging nettles
This is not so tasty to eat. Put 5 teaspoons nettle powder in a glass and pour in some water, grab your nose and press and drink fast.
Drink water directly afterwards or some applejuice. Or instead of water put applejuice in your glass with the nettles.
Stinging nettles can be used in cookng, for example you can put some in pancakes, wafers, pies, soups etc. Make energy smoothies with nettles, oat, rosehips and lemon.
Media will never make a great tv program about the many beneficial properties of stinging nettles. They grow everywhere, are for free, can improve the public health on a massive scale.
If the majority of people stayed fresh, healthy and free then the pharmaceutical corporations like Merck, Glaxo smith kline, Baxter, Novartis, Astrazeneca, Bristol Myers, etc would not be able to sell their products, chemicals and medicines any more and they would not make any money.
Their share value would fall because nobody would really need them as much as now and they are so powerful and owned by the same people that controls media both tv and internet.
This is why you will never hear about the great value of stinging nettles.
reduces allergies, stimulates digestion, cleanses blood, aids lactation, reduces inflammtion
stops hair loss
lowers body temperature
dilates blood vessels
lowers blood pressure
Nettle Tea includes vitamins A, B1, B5, C, D, E and K, iron, potassium, copper, zinc, magnesium, calcium and others. It also contains flavonoids, essential amino acids and proteins.
Vitamins C and K and several B vitamins are present, with tender shoots being especially rich in vitamin C and carotene.
Stinging Nettle is a nutritive that has been used for centuries as a tonic that nourishes and detoxifies the entire system.
Stinging nettle and rosehip, (text in swedish) Nässlor och nypon
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