Another favorite of ours, the Wild Nettle. The no.1 in containing iron and kopper. It helps detoxifying the body, treating urinary tract infections as well, because of its ability to cleanse and dispel toxins. It promotes healthy blood circulation and cardiovascular health. Nettle contains as well high amounts of vitamin C. Vitamin C improves the body’s absorption of iron, which aids in alleviating anemia and fatigue. This herb also contains a considerable amount of potassium, a mineral that reduces tension in your arteries and blood vessels, lowering your risk for heart attacks and strokes. Alleviates allergic reactions. While physical contact with the nettle leaf can cause allergic reactions, the ingestion of nettle tea is known to help dampen the body’s response to allergens by binding with the body’s histamine receptors. It can be used to aid in the prevention of rhinitis, or the inflammation of the mucous membrane in the nose. Nettle reduces as well arthritis pain. The antioxidant properties of the nettle plant have been observed to help minimize inflammation. It can also be used topically to help relieve joint pain as well.
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