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
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
- Boil 1 liter of water,
- Put 25 g of dried flower tops in water,
- Leave it for 10 min,
- Strain it,
- 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
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
It is recommended to keep nettle tea in a dry place in a tightly closed container.
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
Picked flowers are dried in a cool and airy place.
White nettle composition
White nettle consists of mucus, tannins, saponosides, essential oil and unknown heterosides.