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NETTLE: Benefits, Side Effects, Uses, Dosage, Warnings?

Nettle - Monograph

Urtica dioica , Linnaeus; Urticaceae
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restores strength, courage and vitality
reduces hair loss
relieves menstrual cramps and menstrual overabundant
heals skin problems: acne, psoriasis or exéma
The monograph is an excerpt from the book Materia Medica Flora Medicina: a reference book in French on medicinal plants.
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Used parts
Especially leaf, root and seed.

Medicinal Properties
PRIMARY SIDE
Adaptogen Astringent / hemostatic (light)
Alterative Antirheumatic (PCQ nutritious alterative, alkalizing and diuretic)
Nutritious Glycémiorégulateur
Tonic (general) Galactogogue
Renal Trophorestaurateur (leaf and seed) Pectoral, expectorant (light)
Diuretic (mild and safe - in charge of nitrogenous wastes) (antihypertensive and antirheumatic) Asthmatic
Alkalizing Antiallergic
Anti-anemic Bactericidal (very little)
Anti-prostate (root) A harmonizing endocrine
Antioxidant
Anti-inflammatory
Nettle flowers - Urtica dioica

Energy
A little salty, sweet, refreshing.

Indications
Nettle is a general tonic: it restores strength, courage and vitality. Nettle is a general tonic: it restores strength, courage and vitality. It stimulates the metabolism. This small ally revitalizes the whole body, boosts morale and gives energy. It can be taken over a long period of time and is a much appreciated support for people with chronic conditions or degeneration. In the case of chronic fatigue, mononucleosis or convalescence, pregnancy or lactation, metabolic disorders (hypoglycemia, diabetes), the individual will be supported by the nettle. David Hoffmann suggests: "When in doubt, give nettle" - trans. : When in doubt, give the nettle ...

GROCERY

Nettle leaf - Urtica dioica
Nettle is an extremely nutritive plant because it is rich in chlorophyll and minerals (including iron), protein and vitamins. In the spring, young shoots - which are especially rich in vitamin C - can be eaten like spinach, in a soup or lasagna. By cons, they must be cooked before eating, as the heat will destroy the formic acid in small needles.

One study showed that silica nettle is more easily extracted (in water) than horsetail.

URINARY SYSTEM

Urinary tract tonic, it regenerates the kidney tissue (nettle the seeds are particularly effective for this purpose). It may be part of treatment for: Nettle increases the excretion of uric acid, hydrogen ions and nitrogenous waste. It is not a pure diuretic in that urine output increases for as long as there is an overload of waste acid and nitrogen to remove.

Urinary stones
Chronic cystitis
Incontinence
Piss-minute
Hematuria
Urinary stones
Mucus in urine
Nephritis (seed)
If dialysis (seed)
Nettle increases the excretion of uric acid, hydrogen ions and nitrogenous waste. It is not a pure diuretic in that urine output increases for as long as there is an overload of waste acid and nitrogen to remove. This ensures that people are starting to take their urine flow increase seen especially in the first few weeks. During this time, the urine is dark, sometimes even orange. Ye rejoice the phenomenon of elimination, your indoor pool is clean ... Thereafter, because nettle is kidney tonic, there is a normalization of diuresis, and even a decrease in urine output in people (especially women) who were piss-minutes ... These people will rise less often at night, if at all.

Nettle is a diuretic safe because, unlike parsley root or juniper berries, it does not stimulate the uterus.

By promoting the excretion of uric acid, it promotes healing of gout, eczema, rash, calculations ...

Nettle seems to decrease the amount of residual urine.

Integumentary

Because it is alkalizing and alterative in addition to supporting the elimination systems of the body, nettle is a great help in cases of infantile eczema or nervous. It also revitalizes the connective tissue and skin appendages (hair and nails).

Eczema
Acne
Rash with bumps, itching, swelling
Psoriasis
Oozing sores and smelly
Skin diseases of all kinds
EXTERNAL USE

Sores or wounds that bleed - use a tincture or a compress
Burns (treated immediately or apply on old burns)
Rinse hair (careful, it fonçit hair)
DIGESTIVE

Nettle is a bitter plant, bile duct, hepatic, or carminative emollient. Nevertheless, we note that it has a marked effect on the digestive system, perhaps because it aids in the absorption of nutrients and it has slightly astringent properties? Again, if we can not explain why and how, nettle does its job anyway! Peter Holmes said the nettle nourish the Yin of the liver. That's why it helps in cases of hypoglycemia, fatigue and loss of evening endurance, weight loss.

For large pathos of the digestive system, nettle will mostly sustaining. We will therefore use in combination with more targeted plants.

Many people have problems digesting nettle (all such persons ballonnent). It will accompany a warming carminative plant. Sometimes, sadly, it will drop ... Traditionally, nettle is used as a protective lung.

Stomach and intestinal ulcers
Chronic diseases of the colon
Diarrhea and dysentery chronic
Blood or mucus in the stool
Bloody hemorrhoids
In Russia, the sheet is used to treat hepatitis and inflammation of the gallbladder.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

Traditionally, nettle is used as a protective lung. The seeds and leaves are used to prevent TB and for individuals who are prone to having lung problems, such as people living with HIV. Peter Holmes believes that the nettle is a great help in case of deficiency of yin of the lung, shortness of breath when we meet with a lot of moisture / mucus in the airways. Moreover, it is said that the seed hair tones respiratory mucosa after bronchitis. It was traditionally used in cases of pleurisy and pneumonia (was it the seed that was used for this ???).

Tuberculosis (protection)
Bronchial asthma and allergic asthma
Bronchitis
Hay fever

The nettle has to be taken as a tea over a long period (min 3 months.) Before the allergy season and this can be enough to turn the allergic field once and for all (it's over - gone - bye bye). May also be used in the symptomatic nettle approach: it is then necessary to take fresh nettle, so a fresh plant tincture. Or, some companies sell the dried cold which is also effective in this approach nettle.

ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

In fact, nettle is used for any endocrine disruption. Being adaptogen and adrenal tonic , it helps to regulate the metabolism and reduce the harmful effects of stress.

Stress: nettle inhibit the effects of adrenaline
Exhaustion, overwork
Deficiency in the adrenal cortex
Hypoparathyroidism: malabsorption of nutrients caused by a minor deficiency of parathyroid
Hypothyroidism: seeds stimulate thyroid function
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

ARTHRITIS, ARTHRITIS AND DROP

Nettle increases the excretion of uric acid and helps to regenerate body tissues. For the bravest, rub fresh nettle externally on the inflamed area will bring an increase in blood flow in this region, which will help in tissue repair while reducing pain.

One can also apply the juice of the fresh plant or a compress of vinegar nettle on sore joints. Furthermore, scopoletin flowers and roots of nettle confers an anti-inflammatory action.

WOMEN'S REPRODUCTIVE

SYNDROME PREMENSTRUAL, MENSTRUAL

Nettle reduces water retention and relieves sore breasts. Moreover, its magnesium intake will calm sugar cravings (read "chocolate"), hypoglycemia and irritability associated with PMS. Nettle reduces water retention and relieves sore breasts. Moreover, its magnesium intake will calm sugar cravings (read "chocolate"), hypoglycemia and irritability associated with PMS.

It prevents anemia that can worsen uterine bleeding and its astringent action helps reduce the flow. When the nettle is taken over a longer period of time, gender few weeks, nettle can ensure that there will be no more menstrual cramps .

Pregnancy and lactation

Energy tonic, it prevents anemia. Taken throughout the last quarter, nettle gives a good supply of vitamin K. During childbirth, it can be taken with shepherd's purse to stop the bleeding. In addition, postpartum, nettle helps restore energy to the new mom.

Nettle stimulates the production of milk and enriched - this benefits the child.

MALE REPRODUCTIVE

HYPERTROPHY PROSTATE

Recent studies have confirmed that steroids nettle root inhibit prostate membrane enzymes, while its lignans inhibit SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) - two phenomena involved in prostatic hyperplasia. In this case, nettle root appears more effective than the sheet. She lowers the frequency of nocturia. For men who have an enlarged prostate, studies have shown that nettle root could reduce by 70% the initial volume of the prostate. Nettle also reduces the amount of residual urine.

BLOOD

ANEMIA

Nettle is not only an excellent source of iron, but it also helps in the absorption of this mineral. Moreover, nettle promotes the formation of hemoglobin in red blood cells. Nettle is not only an excellent source of iron, but it also helps in the absorption of this mineral. Furthermore, nettle promotes the formation of hemoglobin in red blood cells.

Acidification

With its rich mineral content, nettle gives a small boost to the pH buffer system. Also, increasing the acidity of the urine, it stimulates excretion of nitrogenous waste.

BLEEDING

As astringent plant containing gallic acid, nettle can stop small bleeding that may occur in the body. Fresh juice of the nettle is particularly effective in stopping nosebleeds.

Toxaemia

Nettle is to consider early preeclampsia (toxemia of pregnancy) and even prevention thereof.

IMMUNE SYSTEM

As an adaptogen, nettle help the immune system, among others by modulating the hormonal response. Studies have shown that nettle stimulates immune function. It mainly focuses its effects on white blood cells. Other studies have shown antibacterial effects on Staphylococcus aureus and S. albus.

ALLERGIES

Fresh nettle is antihistamine. Also, use the medium / long term deals with allergies (all !!!) generally and final.

CANCER

A bit like red clover, nettle is a traditional remedy against cancers. In Germany, it has recently used its roots to treat prostate cancer.

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

Light cardiac edema
Hypertension
Venous insufficiency

Solvents, uses and dosages
Eat it, drink it at will and for life! Eat-in, drink it at will and for life!

INFUSION

It can take up to 1 liter of nettle tea per day. It is a form of transformation to be promoted when nettle because it extracts good minerals.

STAIN (alcohol 25% to 50%)

In low alcohol percentage. Take 15 to 30 drops, 3 times a day. The dye is more suitable for the seeds for the sheets when the search tonic effect thereof. Tincture of nettle has a stimulating effect and is more suitable for treating disorders of allergic rhinitis.

Glycerite

Take 20 to 60 drops, 3 times a day. This preparation is useful for the treatment of anemia, as well glycerin extract iron.

Nettle is an adjuvant, which means that it enhances the effect of another plant. It combines all the sauces! Nettle is an adjuvant, which means that it enhances the effect of another plant. It combines all the sauces!

VINEGAR

1 c. Soup in a cup of water or salad, the hair or in a bath. One can use this extract internally and externally as a liniment for arthritis or as rinse hair (root or leaves).

Fumigation

Inhalation: yep! you can smoke nettle during asthma attacks.

JUS

The juice of the fresh plant, pressed and preserved with 25% alcohol (can be frozen).

FRESH PLANT

Rub over the body parts affected by rheumatism or arthritis. Eating (cooked only).

SYRUP

Alone or in combination with mullein, the elecampane or any other expectorant.

BEER ORTIE

Traditionally used to relieve arthritis and rheumatism, here is a recipe Susun S. Weed

BEER ORTIE 500 g sugar 2 lemons 30g cream of tartar 5 liters of water 1 kg of nettle leaves 30g alive Put the first three ingredients in a saucepan yeast. Simmer nettles in water for 15 minutes, strain and pour into the pan. When the mixture was cooled, the yeast should be dissolved in a little water and add thereto. Cover with several layers of fabric and marinate for three days. Sift and bottle, the mixture will be ready a week later.

Constituents listed
SHEET

VITAMINS: beta-carotene (pro-A), folic acid (B9), pantothenic acid (B5), other B complex, ascorbic acid ©, K;
+++ Proteins (25-42%);
ACID: tannic and gallic glucoquinone, silicic, galacturonic acid, formic acid;
MINERALS: potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), phosphorus (P);
TRACE ELEMENTS: iron (Fe), zinc (Zn), manganese (Mn), selenium (Se);
Coumarins: scopoletin;
FLAVONOID quercetin;
Chlorophyll, xanthophylls;
Enzyme secretin;
Choline and acetylcholine;
5-hydroxytryptamine.
HAIR

Histamine
Formic acid
Acetylcholine
Serotonin
RACINE

Phytosterols
Phenylpropanes
Lignans

Cons-indications and toxicity
There are no known contraindications against, even fewer cases of toxicity. By cons, some people can not tolerate the infusion of nettle (bloating, digestive discomfort).

Externally, nettle often causes mild hives because of its stinging hairs (made of silica, which breaks in the skin and release of formic acid). The antidote to this is temporary burning nettle juice, impatience Cape, leaf curly patient or plantain.
Brinker says that nettle increases the anti-inflammatory effect (four times) of diclofenac MEDICATION.
Watch out for people taking thinners BLOOD OF VITAMIN K ANTAGONIST - nettle contains good amounts of vitamin K.
Look out for people who take LITHIUM: nettle may decrease serum lithium levels.

Other names
LATIN

Urtica: from uro (Greek) for urine or urere, which means burning.
dioïca: di-oikos, the Greek means: two houses, referring to both sexes are on different plants.

FRENCH Nettle is used as food and medicine for thousands of years. Since humans learned to write and, therefore, to note his experience and knowledge, we note that the use of the nettle remained the same until today.

Nettle
Stinging Nettle
Stinging nettle

English

Nettle
Stinging nettle
Devil's leaf
Stingers

SPANISH

Urtica
PORTUGUESE

Urtiga

GERMAN

Brennesselkraut
kleine Brennessel
Netel
Related species
Urtica urens : Matthew Wood considers this species as interchangeable with Urtica dioica for medicinal uses.

Growing and Harvesting
Grows alone. Grows best in partial shade (it tends to be eaten by the caterpillars when in direct sunlight). Harvest with attention or with gloves! Freshly harvested plant has a distinct odor of cat pee. Drying the neutralized formic acid.

SPRING

Young shoots used in cooking.

SUMMER

The leaves just before flowering.

FALL

The root and seeds.

Historical
Nettle is used as food and medicine for thousands of years. Since humans learned to write and, therefore, to note his experience and knowledge, we note that the use of the nettle remained the same until today. I must say that when something is good, it is not thousands of years of use, which will change its nature. Although nettle was totally denigrated by the new European and American medicine, the people - at least in Europe - has never stopped using it. Although its nutritional and medicinal properties are always appreciated, its other uses have yet been abandoned.

In Europe and America, in the manufacture of textiles, nettle had its place beside his cousin hemp (they are part of the same family - the Urticaceae). In Europe and America, in the manufacture of textiles, Nettle had its place beside his cousin hemp (they are part of the same family - the Urticaceae). Before the cotton and flax, nettle fiber was first choice can be transformed into strong ropes and nets or almost as soft as silk fabric. We found fabrics made ​​from nettle fiber dating from the Bronze Age.

Cosmetic
The root, nettle leaves and seeds are excellent hair tonics.

Seed: 1 c. tea in warm water soaked for 20 minutes. Water is used as a hair rinse.
Leaf and root, macerated in vinegar or water. 2 c. tablespoons of this vinegar are diluted in 2 cups of water and used as a rinse. Rinsed nettles tend to darken the hair.

Culture
Because nettle concentrated iron in her body, she is a FERTILIZER first class. It redistributes iron, making it more akin to the plants of the garden.

It is also used as COMPOST ACTIVATOR .

To make a PURIN NETTLE , just put several leaves and stems in an onion bag and place in a barrel filled with water. Stir the mixture for three to four days and dilute the manure before the spray at the base of the plants, not the leaves. You can also add comfrey leaves or burdock in making your manure.

Veterinary uses
Plant nutrient to give fodder to enrich the milk of cows. It will make the strong and lively horses. Chickens, they, will lay more eggs.

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