Urtica

Urtica

Urtica (Urtica dioica) is as a common stinging nettle and flowering plant that is native to Europe. It has a long history of use in Food, as a fibre-rich ingredient in curries and Soup.

Is stinging nettle rich in iron?

Yes! Not only is urtica a rich source of soluble fibre, it also contains Iron with MagnesiumPhosphorusAmino Acids and the Vitamins; A, B, C and K.

What does stinging nettle do for the body?

Ironically, stinging nettle was once used to treat pain, particularly in the muscles and Joints. However these days, urtica dioica is primarily used for the treatment of Urinary Tract infections and Hay Fever.

Does nettle tea help you sleep?

It might do! A stinging nettle tealike AquaSol Instant Nettle Root Tea 20g, may encourage better Sleep by (ironically) improving Energy & Vitality without raising blood sugar.

Is Nettle good for your hair?

Yes! Urtica may improve the appearance and quality of your Hair because it is full of sulphur & silica, which promotes healthier looking hair.

What are the side effects of nettle?

Stinging nettle Supplements are considered safe for use for most individuals, however diabetics or those on blood thinning and Heart Health medication should seek medical advice before considering using an urtica supplement.

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