Nettle Leaf ( Stinging) 100 Count 00 Capsules 600 mg
Common Names: Chinese Nettle, Common Nettle, Common Stinging Nettle, Great Nettle, Great Stinging Nettle, Hsieh-Tzu-Ts'ao, Stinging Nettle
Scientific Name: Urtica Dioica L., Uricaceae, Nettle Family
Common Uses: Astringent, hemostatic, diuretic, galactagogue (promotes flow of milk), lowers blood sugar levels, expectorant, tonic, nutritive, styptic, rubefacient
*Warnings: Do not eat uncooked plants, especially old plants uncooked; they can produce kidney damage and symptoms of poisoning. Handle the plants with care. The bristly hairs of the nettle plant act like a tiny hypodermic needles, injecting an irritant substance under the skin when touched: handle with care.
Origin: Found on waste land, vacant lots, pastures and in hedges, nettles can be found in plenty. Found all over the world.