Organic nettle loose leaf
  • Organic nettle loose leaf

Stinging Nettle Leaves Natural

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People have used nettle for centuries as an herbal medicine and modern research supports many of the potential health benefits of nettle and nettle tea

The nettle tea is used to flush harmful bacteria from the urinary tract with studies that show it is useful even for BPH.

It is used in treating pain and sore muscles related to arthritis but also in blood sugar management with evident lower blood glucose in people with type 2 diabetes

Due to the high content of polyphenols it can prevent and manage chronic diseases like diabetes, obesity, cancer and heart disease.

How to prepare:

quantity: 1 - 2 teaspoons per cup

temperature: 100 C

brewing time: 5 minutes

Multiple infusion: no

Tip: for animal lovers: add 1/2 tsp on your cat/dog food to boost their immune system or treat allergies


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 1. Urinary tract health

Nettle may help flush harmful bacteria from the urinary tract. This can benefit people who have urinary conditions, such as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). BPH causes an enlarged prostate gland in men. This can cause pain or other problems urinating.

According to one 2013 study, men with BPH who took nettle extract had fewer clinical symptoms than those who didn’t.

Nettle may also help support any medications you’re taking for infections or conditions related to the urinary tract. Talk to your doctor first about any possible interactions between herbal remedies and medications you take.

 2. Arthritis and pain

Nettle has historically been used to treat pain and sore muscles, especially related to arthritis. The Arthritis Foundation suggests that nettle tea may also reduce the inflammation and pain association with osteoarthritis.

3. Blood sugar management

Nettle has shown some promising effects on blood glucose levels. It may help the pancreas make or release more insulin, the hormone that lowers blood sugar.

In a 2013 study, nettle leaf extract lowered blood glucose and A1C in a group of people with type 2 diabetes who were taking insulin as well as oral diabetes medications.

 4. The power of polyphenols

Nettle is high in plant chemicals called polyphenols. A review of the research on polyphenols suggests that these powerful compounds may play a role in the prevention and management of chronic diseases related to inflammation, such as diabetes, obesity, cancer, and heart disease.

In particular, polyphenols from nettle extract have shown some exciting potential for treating breast cancer and prostate cancer. Plants like nettle also contain potent antioxidants, which are substances that protect the body from aging and cell damage.


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Stinging Nettle Leaves Natural


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