Nettle (known as Stinging Nettle) has been used for centuries to treat all kinds of different health issues. As a remedy, nettle stimulates digestive organs, pancreas, reduces pain in the stomach, purifies the blood and strengthens immunity. Nettle has been studied for long time and has shown good results in treating arthritis, asthma, bladder infections, bronchitis, bursitis, kidney stones, laryngitis, multiple sclerosis, PMS, prostate enlargement, sciatica, and tendonitis! Nettle is rich in iron, and is used against the anemia caused by iron deficiency. In traditional medicine it is used for problems such as lack of energy or quick fatigue. It contains many vitamins and minerals.



Pour a teaspoon of tea into boiling water, cover and wait for 5 to 10 minutes, then strain. You can drink this tea to strengthen your body and as a preventive you can freely consume it once a day.

Nettle contains vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium.

Nettle root is an ingredient most used for the treatment of prostate diseases and urinary tract infections. Maybe it is not of a nice flavor, but using sugar with nettle isn’t recommended. Nettle cannot be ignored, because it is for a fact very healthy plant.


This is an ideal solution that requires only a few ingredients and a little of your time. This shampoo will help you in the fight against dandruff and hereditary hair loss. You can get these ingredients at any pharmacy.

You will need:

– a pint of mild baby shampoo

– 1 bottle of panthenol solution

– 1 bottle of vitamin A and D drops

– 1 bottle of concentrated drops of nettle

Pour shampoo, drops and the solution in one vial, mix thoroughly and wash your hair with it. If you are tired of expensive shampoo formulas, try this. When you consider all the positive aspects of nettle, this shampoo will certainly help. Pleasant and refreshing scent, you will be safe while your hair glow.

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