Nettle Leaf

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It may be a brash statement to say that one prickly green herb is the panacea for almost everything that ails you; but, in the case of stinging nettles, it’s mostly true. If there’s one plant to have on hand at all times that provides a cure for arthritis, an herbal treatment for allergies, relieves hair loss, treats Celiac disease, bleeding, bladder infections, skin complaints, neurological disorders and a long list of other conditions — it’s nettle leaf.

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Finished this one off last night as well; in a timolino. It was reminding me an awful lot of catnip tea – but in a half decent way (I was not a fan of catnip tea). I feel kind of bad I never really wound up using this for any blending, like was intended, but I just wound up liking it a little too much as a straight, herbal blend.

Terri HarpLady

The best thing about Nettles tea is it’s natural antihistamine effect, great for allergies! It’s also a good source of minerals. I drink it all the time, for both reasons.

Ubacat

I have some Nettle tea too but it’s one of those herbs that doesn’t taste great but it’s not bad. Somewhere in the middle so I don’t reach for it often enough.

Terri HarpLady

I go through periods (when I’m having really bad allergies) when I drink it religiously. 1/4 – 1/2 cup leaf to a quart of hot water. Let steep for awhile (as in walk away & forget about it until later). Strain it into a different jar & put it in the frig, then sip on & off throughout the day. It actually isn’t bad cold, & as far as herbs go, it’s pretty mild (especially compared to Kuding, LOL)

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