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Herbal Tea for UTIs, Anemia, Premenstrual Syndrome, Nettle Tea

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Nettle or stinging nettle is a common medicinal herb which has been known and used around the world for many centuries for a variety of its curative powers. Nettle tea is usually made of leaves and roots of the plant. In ancient times, in many countries it was used as an effective tonic and an excellent herbal remedy for women’s problems mostly liked to pregnancy and childbirth. In particular, it was used to stop excessive bleeding, stimulate milk production, speed up after birth recovery and so on.

Nettle is one of those plants, which has powerful therapeutic powers in all its parts, from roots to flowers. Numerous health benefits of nettle tea are derived from a very high nutritional content of this herb. First of all, nettle is a great source of various vitamins, including riboflavin, thiamine, Vitamins C, K, D and A. Besides, nettle is rich in numerous minerals like iron, calcium, potassium, copper, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, zinc, chromium, cobalt, sulfur and others. Therapeutic powers of nettle include astringent, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, tonic, diuretic and other properties of this herb.

Nettle tea and extracts can be used to treat all sorts of infections and inflammation, as well as improve our cardio-vascular system and heart function. Nettle tea benefits embrace the powers of this natural remedy to calm down various digestive disorders (including all sorts of inflammatory problems) and stimulate the function of our immune system. Nettle is a well-known diuretic and detoxifier, therefore, the powers to speed up toxin removal and body cleansing are considered among the most important health benefits of nettle tea. The latest researches have shown that using nettle tea can be beneficial for lowering the risks of Prostatitis.

Nettle tea benefits also include the properties of this natural remedy to reduce the pains and other symptoms of joint disorders, relieve the symptoms of cold, assist in treating Urinary Tract Infection, Anemia, Premenstrual Syndrome, Intermenstrual Bleeding. This herbal remedy has strong aphrodisiac powers and can be used to increase fertility. As an excellent natural tonic, nettle tea can be used for hair care: in particular, rinsing your hair with nettle infusion helps to stimulate blood flow to your scalp, this way nourishing your hair, strengthening your hair follicles and slowing down hair loss. 

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