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The healing power of nettle

  1. Nettle is a delicious wild vegetable. In addition, this irritable plant is a strong medicinal herb with a wide variety of medicinal effects. Nettle has been a medicinal herb for thousands of years. Originally from Africa and Asia, it can be found all over the world today. In Latin, the plant is called urtica dioca. Urtica means burning and dioca dioecious, which refers to the fact that a plant has both male and female flowers. Burning obviously refers to the stinging feeling when you hold the blade.

Stinging nettle in ancient times

  1. The Greek physician Hippocrates of ancient Greece, praised the nettle for its diuretic properties and knew two and a half millennia ago that the nettle as a vegetable is very nutritious. The Ancient Romans

Renaissance nettle

  1. Rembert Dodoens, the pioneering herbal scientist

Nettle in the modern era

  1. In modern times, Alfred Vogel, a Swiss herbalist, and Mellie Uyldert have designated nettle as a remedy for spring fatigue, anemia and rashes. The plant was used as food in World War II when there was too little food available. You can make herbal tea with it, cook soup or prepare it like your spinach

Nettle good for hair and skin

  1. Most of history's medicinal effects are supported by contemporary scientific research. The first medicinal property discussed in this article is the fact that nettle is good for the skin. It prevents and heals rashes, boils, acne, ulcers and it counteracts oily skin and hair. This is mainly due to the high percentages of folic acid or B11, B2 (riboflavin), B5 (pantthathenic acid), calcium, zinc

Good for getting stronger

  1. Because nettle is bursting with nutritional nutrients, it is a very good plant against anemia or anemia, mineral deficiencies, weakness, aging weakness, leg cramps, spring fatigue or after recovery from a long-term illness. It has a remineralizing effect because it contains iron, silicon, calcium, potassium, boron, sodium, copper, magnesium, zinc, sulfur, manganese

Nettle good for hay fever

  1. Nettle is a tonic plant against allergic diseases such as dust mite allergy, hay fever and nasal mucosal inflammation. This is mainly due to the immune-enhancing effect of nettle. It contains vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B5, B11 (folic acid) and vitamins E and K. In addition, there is biotin, tannins, proteins and a whole range of other phytonutrients including kaemferol and quercetin

Nettle good for digestion

  1. Nettle has a digestive effect. That is why it is used against indigestion

Consult the herbalist

  1. If you want to use nettle as a medicine, it is best to consult a herbalist. Nettle extracts and medicines in the form of mother tinctures, powders and capsules should only be taken on prescription by authorized persons. A doctor or herbalist can advise you on this. All the medicinal effects of nettle mentioned in this article are based on scientific research and come from Geert Verhelst's Great Handbook of Medicinal Plants, a standard work in the field of healing plants. The book is widely used in phytotherapy.

  2. If you want to use nettle as a medicine, it is best to consult a herbalist. Nettle extracts and medicines in the form of mother tinctures, powders and capsules should only be taken on prescription by authorized persons. A doctor or herbalist can advise you on this. All medicinal effects of nettle mentioned in this article are based on scientific research and come from Geert Verhelst's Great Handbook of Medicinal Plants, a standard work in the field of healing plants. The book is widely used in phytotherapy.



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