In winter, important nutrients can be extracted from the body. Stinging nettles can be very helpful here. They are rich in minerals and vitamins. These plants are an important factor in cleaning the body. They have analgesic properties and can fight anemia and diabetes.
The nettle is not just a herb but also an edible plant. The regular consumption of nettle tea is an excellent remedy for anemia due to its high iron and magnesium content. Doctors also advise diabetics to eat the nettles, as the nettle juice lowers the blood sugar. Nettle tea is also recommended for people with heart disease if they have high blood pressure. In addition, a paste of precooked nettles, can relieve rheumatic pain. For this purpose, it must first be applied directly to the inflamed area.
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Furthermore, nettles are a very good remedy for hair loss and dandruff. It is recommended to wash the hair three times a week with the following mixture: 1.5 liters of nettles, which are boiled in 5 liters of water. For mothers, the nettle consumption is especially helpful after childbirth, as it stimulates the women’s lactation. Menopausal women or young women who are at the beginning of their menstrual period are advised to drink the tea for a regular period.