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    (Urtica Dioica)

    The wild nettle plant grows across Europe, North America and around the globe. All parts of the plant are used for both medical and cooking purposes.

    External use:

    Hair treatment: It has been proven that its regenerating properties are very beneficial for scalp, as well as its capacity to fight dandruff, Seborrhea and other disorders related to hair loss. It can help prevent baldness. Nettle gives hair natural shine and protects the scalp from everyday elements, contributes to stronger, healthier and more conditioned hair.

    Skin-Nettle is very beneficial for the skin care by providing it a fine texture and getting rid of imperfections such as: acne, eczema, herpes etc.

    Internal use:

    Nettle is used in treatments of various medical conditions such as: anemia, fatigue, diabetes, arteriosclerosis, hemophilia, menopause,  eye diseases, vascular problems related to a poor peripheral blood flow (Chilblains), prostate, gout, arthritis, osteoarthritis, rheumatism, kidney stones, gallstone, nephritis, Alzheimer disease, celiac diseases, bleeding, supports liver and female hormonal system, promotes milk production in nursing mothers, asthma, allergic dermatitis. Nettle leafs are effective in reducing digestive tract symptoms ranging from acid reflux, excess gas, nausea, colitis, sore throat, destroys intestinal  worms and parasites, supports endocrine system including thyroid, spleen and pancreas.

    Nettle can be easily taken internally in form of tea. Tea made from nettle leaves is dense in essential vitamins and minerals. One quart of nettle tea, prepared as directed, provides 2,000 mg of calcium, eliminating the need for an extra calcium supplement. Nettle tea is also high in:

    • Iron
    • Carotene
    • Magnesium
    • Vitamin A
    • Chromium
    • Vitamin B
    • Potassium
    • Vitamin D
    • Zinc
    • Vitamin K

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