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The Stinging nettle is a plant that grows on nutrient-rich soil preferably close to the people, to fences and in gardens. It is up to one meter high with stinging hairs on leaves or stems and the tips break off when touched. The nettle is often associated with itching and burning rashes when touched and dismissed many times as weeds which should be better avoided.
The delicious fire hazard.
Shimmering olive green with a gold engraving during infusion recalls the bitter scent of dried nettle leaves to algae. The taste of tea is balanced and nutritious at the beginning before it turns to a refreshing aromatic experience in our palate. The aftertaste is herbaceous full-bodied with a slightl sweetness.
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Organic Stinging Nettle
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Suggested ServingThe leaves are scalded with boiling water for 5 to 10 minutes which will produce a greenish yet mild-tasting tea. Storage Instructions
Store in tightly covered jars and use clean, dry spoons for measuring after opening.
Store in a cool dry place. Avoid from direct sunlight.
Excellent blood cleansing and blood building herb.
Beneficial for eczema, skin rashes & allergic condition.
Helps inflammation of the urinary tract and suppression of urine.
Relieves joint & nerves pain especially gout, rheumatism, sciatica, and headaches.
Effective for iron & minerals deficiency.
Used for nose bleeds and relieves hemorrhage in the body.
Use in hair rinse for dandruff condition.
Foot Bath: 1 handful of herbs soaked in 5 litre of cold water overnight. Bring to boil and used for 2-3 times.