White nettle – White nettle tea – White nettle plant

White nettle (Labiatae) also called white dead-nettle. It differs from other nettle because it does not cause skin burning.

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White nettle (Labiatae, Lamia appeal herba, flos) also called white dead-nettle. It is a permanent herbaceous plant. It differs from both large and small nettle because it does not cause skin burning. Leaves are egg-shaped, with serrated brim.

Healing properties – of white nettle tea

White nettle tea
Proven healing properties of white nettle tea are:

  • It is extremely useful for bladder and kidney problems,
  • For skin diseases,
  • It helps with anemia,
  • It is very good with inflammation of the respiratory organs and the old age cough,
  • Against deafness,
  • Bleeding diseases,
  • Nerve diseases
  • Diseases of the prostate,
  • Very good for the blood vessels particularly varicose veins,
  • For gout,
  • For diseases of the liver, spleen, gall,
  • And many other healing properties.

Preparation – of white nettle tea

Preparation – of white nettle tea

  1. Boil 1 liter of water,
  2. Put 25 g of dried flower tops in water,
  3. Leave it for 10 min,
  4. Strain it,
  5. You can start drinking this extremely healing beverage. You should drink two cups of this tea a day, in between meals.

Additives to the prepared – white nettle tea

Additives to the prepared – white nettle tea

Sweeten according to your taste. Honey is given advantage to sweetener.

Packaging – of white nettle tea

Nettle tea can be found in: filter bags, packaging with leaves, with leaves and stem, and the tops of nettle.

Preservation – of white nettle tea

Preservation – of white nettle tea

It is recommended to keep nettle tea in a dry place in a tightly closed container.

Breeding and picking – of white nettle tea

Breeding and picking – of white nettle tea

White nettle grows on filthy, neglected areas, shady areas near villages and next to paths.White nettle is a herbaceous perennial plant. It grows to about 50 cm. Leaves are egg-shaped, with serrated brim. Her off-white flowers form the vertebrae.

It is picked during flowering from April to October.

Processing and classification – of white nettle tea

Processing and classification – of white nettle tea

Picked flowers are dried in a cool and airy place.

Other

White nettle composition

White nettle consists of mucus, tannins, saponosides, essential oil and unknown heterosides.

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