is one of the most useful of all plants according to folks of the old
world in Europe. They have learned this from centuries of experience.
It has been said that, "the sting of the Nettle is but nothing
compared to the pains that it heals". (Lelord Kordels, Natural
The plant contains alkaloids that neutralize uric
acid which help rheumatism. It is rich in iron, which is vital in circulation
and helpful in high blood pressure. The tannin in the root has been
used as an astringent enema to shrink hemorrhoids and reduce excess
Nettle is so rich in chlorophyll that the English
used it to make the green dye in World War II as camouflage paint. It
is also rich in silicon and potassium. Nettle contains a high content
of protein .It is rich in vitamins A and C, and contains vitamins E,
F, and P, calcium, sulfur, sodium, copper, manganese, chromium and zinc.
Nettle provides an excellent supply of calcium and vitamin D.
Nettle has been found to:
· Stop rheumatic pain
· Fortify the Immune System
· Good tea for diarrhea
· Excellent Supply of Vitamin D
· Counter tiredness and anemia
· Treat various lung conditions in Europe
· Clean and nourish the skin