wild paris nettle powder 50g
there is something very special and beneficial about taking plants into your body that grow from the same land and evironment as you live.
wild harvested from the banks by the nith and the grand rivers spring of 2020
half to one teaspoon per day to beverages or food
Natural anti-inflammatory and analgesic (aka pain-relieving) properties, nettles have been used for centuries to treat sore, stiff muscles and joints delivering bone fortifying calcium, magnesium and iron. Nettle also contains vitamins D and K, which help bones use calcium to protect bone density.
Nettles contain vitamins and minerals that are regarded as heart protectors. The plant is a source of vitamins A and C, beta carotene, and other carotenoids.
Because of nettle's high content of vitamin C and iron, which help the body boost red blood cell production, it may help prevent anemia.
Thanks to the nettle's antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and pain-relieving abilities it has a long history of being used to treat skin irritations like eczema and acne.
As a diuretic, nettles can promote healthy urination and is used as a natural remedy for urinary tract infections, and to prevent kidney stones.
The nettle plant contains several immune-boosting compounds, including flavonoids, carotenoids, and vitamins A and C. These antioxidants help protect immune cells against damage that can weaken immune function. Research shows nettle extract strengthens the immune response, encouraging immune cell activity
Excessive inflammation can interfere with healthy digestion and promote the growth of harmful bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract. Regularly consuming stinging nettle tea, with its anti-inflammatory powers, may help you regulate digestion, and reduce constipation, diarrhea, and upset stomach. By keeping your gut stocked with the right balance of bacteria and other microbes—known collectively as your microbiome—you may also get protection against a much wider spectrum of diseases.
Need I say more?! #gonettle!