Stinging nettle - Organic whole leaves - Infusion
Botanic Name : Urtica dioica Urticaceae
The name of Stinging nettle comes from the latin urtica derived from the word uro, « to burn », referring to its stinging hairs. The Stinging Nettle has been used in herbal therapy during centuries. Evidence of its medicinal use has been found since ancient times.
The Stinging nettle brings energy and stimulates the immune defense system. Rich in vitamins, in minerals and in iron, it helps with eliminating water as well as toxins. It is known to prevent blood clotting and has an anti-inflammatory effect.
In bag of 40G : organic plants in whole flowers for herbal tea
Preparation suggestions :
For one cup, add the equivalent of one to three teaspoons of Stinging nettle powder, then pour in boiling water. Leave to infuse for less than 5 minutes, depending on the desired taste. Sweeten your infusion with a little honey.
Precautions of use :
Stinging nettle tisane is harmless, but drinking litres every day is not recommended. It is not recommended for : pregnant women – women who breastfeed - infants. It is also not recommended for people with asthma and for people suffering from heart and kidney problems. The Stinging Nettle can irritate . Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
The indications given on this site are not therapeutic but informative. They are based on the traditional uses of plants in herbalism. They are not a medical prescription and cannot be substituted for a prescription. To confirm the uses of this product, please take advice from a health professional.
Our medicinal plants are 100% organic, pure, natural and cultivated exclusively on the Saint-Sylvain Farm in an artisanal way.
Certified organic quality | Traceability from producer to consumer
Hand-packed, non-irradiated plants | Controlled origin
No added flavours or preservatives. Our products are not medicines.