Organic nettle leaf powder
Ancient Egyptians used stinging nettle to treat arthritis and lower back pain, while Roman troops rubbed it on themselves to help stay warm.
Its scientific name, Urtica dioica, comes from the Latin word uro, which means “to burn,” because its leaves can cause a temporary burning sensation upon contact.
The leaves have hair-like structures that sting and also produce itching, redness and swelling.
However, once it is processed into a supplement, dried, freeze-dried or cooked, stinging nettle can be safely consumed. Studies link it to a number of potential health benefits.
- Contains Many Nutrients. Stinging nettle's leaves and root provide a wide variety of nutrients, including.
- May Reduce Inflammation.
- May Treat Enlarged Prostate Symptoms.
- May Treat Hay Fever.
- May Lower Blood Pressure.
- May Aid Blood Sugar Control.