Benefits of Nettle Tea
Stinging Nettle - Herbal Remedy
The benefits of nettle tea
are amazing. Stinging nettles are often overlooked by mainstream society, and they are so good for us. The tea is typically made from using dried nettle leaf, but if you can get fresh ones, all the better.
Nettle tea has been used by herbalists for 1000's of years. It is a common ingredient in most herbalists kits.
The top benefits of stinging nettle tea are:
Benefits of Nettle Tea
- Detox Blood
- Treat Arthritis
- Lower Blood Sugar
- Treat Anemia
- Prevents Exzema
- Treat Sinusitis
- Aid Kidney Function
- Increase Richness of Breast Milk
- Aid for Pregnant Women
Nettle Tea also provides increased energy, and provides an over all sense of well being. It is blended and used in many teas for women's conditions due to the ability to fix iron in the blood.
Buying Nettle Leaf
Buy Tea Herbs
It can be difficult to find good quality, certified organic herbs. In all our recipes, we recommend that you source out certified organic ingredients for your herbal tea. Personally, I was having a difficult time, travelling to many different suppliers for the different herbs that I did not have on hand, or had grown in the garden. Mountain Rose Herbs
is our recommended supplier.
They offer top quality, certified organic herbs for use in herbal teas and tonics. You can even buy in bulk for savings of up to 40%. This can be huge if you are blending a large quantity of tea. Mountain Rose Herbs is worth a visit.
You can check out their website by clicking the banner below. It is our first stop when sourcing herbs.
You can also try to buy dried nettle leaf from your local health food store, it should be readily available. If not, I love to buy herbs from Ebay, I pick up some great deals. Here is what is being auctioned for Nettle Leaf at the moment.
More Nettle Leaf Resources
We have several excellent articles about nettle tea and stinging nettle on our site, here are direct links to our most popular.
Herbal Tea Recipe Book - over 80 amazing herbal tea recipes
Tea Herbs - Wholesale Herbs for Making your tea
How to Make Herbal Tea - Complete Instructions
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