In traditional medicine, people use nettle tea to rinse the urinary tract, prevent kidney stones formation, increase the amount of urine, and also to treat all inflammatory processes in the body.
Nettle is rich in vitamins, minerals and also medicinal substances.
A nettle leaf efficiently alleviates rheumatic problems, as it greatly reduces the pain in motion and at rest.
In addition, it is prescribed for internal use as a diuretic.
Moreover, it may enhance the removal of sodium and uric acid.
At the same time, relieves the condition of rheumatism and arthritis.
Also, laboratory tests carried out in Germany in 1999 have shown that nettle leaves have a powerful anti-inflammatory effect.
Nettle acts against diarrhea and also helps with hemorrhoids.
Nettle tea is used to rinse the urinary tract, prevent kidney stones formation, increase the amount of urine, and all inflammatory processes in the body.
Also, nettle lower blood sugar level and are therefore used in numerous juice mixtures of diabetes.
Nettle root preparations also ease the symptoms of prostate enlargement.
At the same time, the amount of iron does not diminish in the body.
Nettle tea is a good source of strength because it stimulates appetite.
In addition, it supplies the body with iron and successfully works against fatigue.
Folk medicine also uses nettle leaves for outside treatments.
In addition, you can use them for treating acne and pimples, eczema, fatty skin, and also diarrhea.
You can use cooked nettle leaves and peaks of young nettle that are harvested from the end of February to May.
Also, sometimes you can find them again in the autumn months.
You need to remove with gloves the gentle peaks of nettle with 4-6 leaves at a place where the stalk is still soft.
You can harvest the root in the spring and the autumn.
Also, you can use the fresh and dried root of this plant.
You can prepare a young nettle as you prepare spinach.
From this plant, you can also prepare sauces, salads, soups, pies, and also other types of dishes.
You can also prepare young nettle on oil.
The dried and grinded nettle can be stored for further use.
Poisonous contents of the nettle stalks (formic acid), you can neutralize with cooking.
In addition, nettle is rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron, and silicic acid.
Also, it has vitamin B2, vitamin K, valeric acid and is, therefore, a natural multivitamin concentrate.
Nettle tea recipe
Ingredients that you need for the recipe:
– 2 teaspoons of nettle
– 250 ml of fresh water
Preparation of the recipe:
Fresh or dry nettle leaves pour with hot water, leave it covered for ten minutes and then strain the mixture.
Drink three cups per day for rheumatic pain, fatigue, low blood pressure, and also if you have a lack of appetite.