Nettle Leaf Tincture
Guaranteed Mother Tincture
Help maintain a healthy urinary tract and flush toxins from your system, expel gravel from the bladder and to combat urinary infections. It is said to uplift a weary body and reduces fatigue as well as, improves thyroid function. Allergies and respiratory problems. It is helpful in reducing menstrual flow, uterine and internal hemorrhage, blood in the urine, diarrhea, and dysentery. For men's health, the herb has been helpful in reducing inflammation in the prostate gland. Helpful in easing neuralgia, sprains, tendonitis, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism and gout.
High iron content and it is considered beneficial for anemia by building red blood cells, and the high vitamin C content ensures that the iron will be absorbed by the body. Gentle and stimulating on the lymph system and helps to promote easy disposal through the kidneys. Preparations made from Nettle leaf are traditional remedies for benign prostatic hypertrophy, or BPH, in men. Particularly effective in the prevention of kidney stones, by keeping the crystals from forming into stones, as well washing the bacteria away. Remedies made from the plant have been used to prevent nighttime bed wetting in children.
Alleviate inflamed arthritic joints, gout and rheumatism. Studies are small, but they do suggest that some find relief from joint pain when applied topically to painful areas of the body.
High iron content makes it an excellent remedy for combating anemia and fatigue. It is believed to support the liver and the female hormonal system. Some women use the herb during pregnancy to protect against bleeding and to strengthen the fetus. Help to reduce PMS symptoms and processes estrogen to relieve menopausal symptoms. It also curbs excess menstrual flow and is often used in herbal tonics to remove fibroids and regulate periods.
As an astringent, it also shrinks inflamed tissues and helps to alleviate hemorrhoids. With regard to women's health issues, Nettle leaf is believed to be effective against vaginal infections, such as Candida, a yeast infection. And the herbal tincture, or tea, is believed to promote milk production in nursing mothers.
Promote healthy digestion and ease stomach problems. Effective at reducing symptoms of digestive distress ranging from acid reflux, excess gas, nausea, colitis, Celiac disease. It is believed to be excellent support for the endocrine system including the thyroid, spleen, and pancreas. Nettle, with its iodine content, is said to stimulate healthy thyroid function effectively and is considered, in herbal medicine, to be helpful in treating goiter.
Hay fever and other allergies. Asthma, hay fever, hives and another allergic dermatitis. It helps to clear congestion in the nose and chest and is commonly used today for coughing, bronchitis, COPD and tuberculosis (TB).
Improving short-term memory and helping raise the mood of those who are suffering from Alzheimer's disease. It has also been used for centuries and found to be effective, both internally and externally, for multiple sclerosis symptoms.
Do not take Nettle tincture if you have high blood pressure, and some people may experience mild gastrointestinal upset with the use of this herb.
There are concerns that Nettle may interact with prescription medications used for diabetes, high blood pressure, sedation, and inflammation; therefore, if taking these medications, please consult your physician before taking the herb.
May decrease how well the body excretes lithium, so those who are taking the medication should not consume the herb in any form.
People with fluid retention due to congestive heart failure or kidney disease should not use Nettle leaf liquid tincture, nor should those who think they are coming down with flu because the herb reduces the body's production of immune chemical interleukin-6.
Because of its diuretic properties, Nettle leaf should not be used regularly unless high potassium foods such as bananas and fresh vegetables are consumed or potassium supplement is taken.
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