When we come across nettle in nature and accidentally get stung by it we are usually angry, but this plant is so healthy and beneficial that we should be thankful it even when it leaves blisters on our skin. At the same time, it is available to everyone and everywhere, and if we eat it a couple of times a week or drink an infusion made with its root, it will certainly significantly improve our health. Nettle has been used since time immemorial. It is backed by science, because nettle is a well-known pain killer and has an anti-inflammatory effect.
What is it about nettle that has such healing power? First, a set of minerals: iron, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium; then vitamins: B2 and B5, A, C and K. Quercetin in nettle reduces allergic reactions. Beta-sitosterol regulates work of the prostate and prevents its enlargement. Its diuretic effect also helps with high blood pressure, and its anti-inflammatory effect helps with osteoarthritis. Nettle root contains polysaccharides, lectins, coumarins, triterpenes, fatty acids…
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