Nettle reduces anemia and fights diabetes

Hans Braxmeier’s photo on Pixabay.   Nettle infusion can be applied externally to treat irritation and vaginal discharge.

Nettle ( Urtiga dioca)


Astringent, antiseptic, antidiarrheal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, bactericidal, healing, depurative, digestive, expectorant, free anti-radical, antidiabetic…


Start by putting a teaspoon of dried Nettle for a few minutes, in a little cold water, in a cup. Then add hot water at 90°C (when the water starts to boil) and cover it for 15 minutes. Once cooled, it is ready to be consumed (see here for an infusion).


  • Uric acid,
  • mouth ulcers,
  • anemia,
  • arthritis,
  • osteoarthritis,
  • asthma,
  • bronchitis,
  • phlegm,
  • diabetes,
  • diarrhea,
  • stimulating blood supply,
  • liver,
  • gout,
  • herpes,
  • throat inflammation,
  • poor circulation,
  • pancreas,
  • prostate,
  • purifies the liver,
  • rheumatism,
  • cough,
  • ulcer,
  • urethritis…


To pregnant women and may cause vomiting in people or children whose stomach is more sensitive. External use near the eyes, skin or mucous membranes should also be avoided. In addition, each body is different, so be aware of the incompatibilities, total or momentary, generated by its ingestion.

This text is an awareness. Depending on the season and the moment in which you are, it is up to each Being to feel whether it should consume this food. The dosage and frequency depend on the nature and physical condition of each Human Being.

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