Monday 25 May 2015

Got Allergies? Stinging Nettle is the Most Effective Natural Remedy for Allergies


Did you know that nettle leaf is among the most valuable herbal remedies?  Many people think of “Stinging Nettle” as a painful problem causing weed.  However, nettle is far, far more than a just a weed! The entire plant (roots, stem, and leaves) possesses many powerful health benefits. In fact, stinging nettle is one of the most superior medicinal herbs around. Here are some uses for stinging nettle that will prompt you to plant this amazing herb in your garden.
Stinging Nettle is rich in vitamins, such as A, C, D, E, and K as well as the B vitamin varieties of thiamine (B1) and riboflavin (B2). It also has phenolic tannins. It is loaded with calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, sulfur, and zinc.  Stinging nettle is also high in chlorophyll and β-carotene content.

Stinging Nettle Health Benefits for Home Remedies that Treat Just About Everything

Nettles include antihistamines that react against the body’s natural urge to create nasal congestion as well as watery eyes in reaction to pollen along with other allergens.
Protects the prostate
The nettle root contains many active chemicals that play an important role in reducing the effects of an enlarged prostate. 
Purifies Blood
Reduces gingivitis and prevents plaque when used as a mouth rinse.
Digestive Aid
Nettle leaf is beneficial at decreasing symptoms of the digestive tract which range from acid reflux, excessive gas, nausea, colitis as well as Celiac disease. In addition, its therapeutic action on mucous membranes makes it  a highly effective herbal strategy for combating sore throats, swollen hemorrhoids, nose bleeds and mouth sores.
Gout, Rheumatism, and Arthritis
Stinging Nettle  prevents uric acid build-up in joints and is extremely helpful in cases of gout, rheumatism and arthritis.
Detoxifying agent
Nettle cleanses the body of metabolic wastes by promoting excretion through the kidneys.
Anemia and Fatigue
Nettle has elevated levels of iron which makes it good for fighting anemia as well as fatigue.
Dandruff RemedyThis is a very popular home remedy for dandruff. Take a jar with a lid, put one handful each of fresh rosemary and nettles. Cover completely with Apple Cider Vinegar.  Put the lid on the jar. Let the jar sit for 2-3 weeks. Pour through a strainer to remove the plants, and put the mixture in a bottle. It’s ready for use.Pain Reliever Stinging nettle contains anti-inflammatory compounds that help relieve pain.Beneficial  for women
Stinging nettles decrease PMS symptoms, processes estrogen to ease menopausal symptoms as well as reduces excessive monthly flow.
Helps with hair loss
It has a stimulating effect on the scalp when used as a hair rinse.  It helps regenerate both hair growth and restore original color.

 Nettle Tea Recipe

1 cup water
4 tsp dried nettle
Boil water, then remove from the stove and add the dried nettle to it. Allow this to steep for 5 minutes and your nettle tea is ready.  Scientists have discovered that the active ingredients in nettle roots or leaves get activated when mingled with hot water. Consume up to 3 cups per day.

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