NETTLE (Urtica dioica) one of the most healing plants for cleansing the body – Tea recipe

If you have an iron deficiency in your body and you feel tired and useless, nettle is what you need.

After a while, you will feel full of energy and health again.

Dried nettles can be purchased at health care stores. You can harvest fresh young nettles in the spring. The younger and fresher the nettle, the stronger its healing properties.

Nettle contains a large amount of iron, and is one of the best natural remedies for anemia.

In addition to iron minerals, it is also rich in vitamin C, K, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus …


It has a beneficial effect on the stabilization of blood sugar and the regulation of blood pressure, promotes digestion and excretion of toxins from the body.


Nettle tea will purify the blood and strengthen the body. Tea is best drunk lukewarm, unsweetened and in small sips. You can add honey, lemon juice and grated ginger to the tea. This will further strengthen the body and protect it from various infections.

Young nettle is harvested from February to May and you can prepare it as spinach, and it is also used to make side dishes, salads, soups, pies and other dishes.

Nettle tea

Ingredients:

2 teaspoons nettle leaves
250 ml of water


Preparation: Pour a cup of hot water over a fresh or dried nettle leaf, leave it covered for ten minutes, then strain it.

Drink three cups a day for rheumatic pain, fatigue, anemia and decreased appetite

Published by Sophia Dane

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