Stinging Nettle

$5.00 oz.

Stinging nettle grows abundantly throughout North America and temperate regions across the Northern Hemisphere. The stems and foliage are covered with brittle, needle-like hairs, called trichomes.  Nettles have been used worldwide for centuries. It has been eaten as a wild  plant, drank as a herbal tea, and used for its fibers by being woven into clothing. The flavor, when steeped, has an earthy, sweet seaweed flavor.

Possible Health Benefits:  Helps with seasonal allergies,  supports a healthy urinary function, flushes away toxins, and treats pain from arthritis.


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