The nettle purifies the blood effectively, prevents the inflammation and stimulates the discharge of harmful substances and stones from the kidney.
Young nettle leaves have a taste reminiscent of spinach, but contains five times more calcium and six times more Vitamin C. This plant is used for its medicinal properties that modern medicine has proved.
It’s a natural remedy against anemia, hair loss, rheumatism and joint pain, stomach ulcers, fever, insomnia and nervousness. It has a high vitamin value and it’s recommended to be included in your nutrition.
It is contained of many proteins, carbohydrates, fats and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin C, A, B2, B5, carotene, pantothenic acid, lecithin and tannin.
The nettle is a perfect blood purifier, wealthy with chlorophyll that helps with the restoration of damaged cells. It also supplies the brain with oxygen.
As an excellent blood purifier it is useful in the fight against acne, infections in the mouth, ulcers or inflammation of the gums.
Scientific studies have proved that the nettle is effective against spring allergies.
The nettle tea cleans the lungs, intestines, liver and stomach.Before you start using any kind of syrup, extract or tea for this purpose it’s important to consult a doctor or a homeopath.