Stinging Nettle Root Tincture

Stinging Nettle Root Tincture

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A bottle of tincture made from fresh Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) roots. The alcohol used is certified organic cane alcohol. The plant matter was double extracted, utilizing hot water as well as alcohol during two different processes. The tincture also contains a tiny pinch of pure sea salt.
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All of our herbal products are made from responsibly grown or ethically wildcrafted herbs. We use organic alcohols as often as possible. All of our products are made with reverence and love for the Earth and all of her inhabitants, and in a state of mind conducive to healing. Each batch of tincture that we craft has a unique weight to volume ratio which will be indicated on the label. 

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According to Peterson's Medicinal Plants & Herbs Field Guide:
Stinging Nettle: "Traditionally, leaf tea used in Europe as a "blood purifier," "blood builder," diuretic, astringent; for anemia, gout, glandular diseases, rheumatism, poor circulation, enlarged spleen, mucous discharges of lungs, internal bleeding, diarrhea, dysentery... Iron rich leaves have been cooked as a potherb... Studies suggest CNS-depressant, antibacterial, and mitogenic activitiy; inhibits effects of adrenaline... Russians are using the leaves in alcohol for cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder) and hepatitis... Leaves approved in Germany for supportive treatment of rheumatism and kidney infections."

Nettles are commonly used by herbalists to support the treatment of kidney stones, urinary tract infections, fatigue, anemia, and as a dietary supplement for people who have recently lost blood, for pregnant women, and for people recovering from or dealing with chronic illnesses. Also to support the lymphatic system, to ease birth pains, to promote lactation, to minimize excess bleeding, to support the liver in processing heavy toxin loads, as a diuretic, and spring tonic. According to Dr. Andrew Weil, "Today, the roots of the plant are used to treat the urinary symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)."

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