Nettle root comes from the stinging nettle plant. With a long tradition of medicinal use, stinging nettle was historically used to treat joint pain and help the body rid itself of excess water. Nettle root is more commonly used than the leaves and appears to have different medicinal properties. It can be consumed as an extract, tea, capsule, tincture, or applied topically. Medicinal uses include: to treat joint ailments, as a diuretic and astringent.
Nettle is highly nutritious and is a great tonic for the whole body. It cleanses and restores vitality. It is invaluable in chronic diseases of the colon. Nettle’s ability to clear uric acid wastes and clean the blood makes it a wonderful remedy for some ailments. It can be taken regularly, even by children, the weak and the elderly.
1-2 tsp / cup, steep covered for 10 minutes. Take 2 times daily.
Specifications for Nettle Root
Common nettle, Stinging nettle.
Australian Certified Organic before repackaging
Country of Origin
Home compostable, reusable zip lock pouch
Stinging nettle is generally considered safe when used as directed. Occasional side effects include mild stomach upset, fluid retention, sweating, diarrhea, and hives or rash (mainly from topical use). It is important to be careful when handling the nettle plant because touching it can cause an allergic rash. Stinging nettle should never be applied to an open wound.
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