Stinging Nettle: Why it Should be an Essential Part of Your Pantry.

Updated: Sep 8, 2020

The Herbs of the earth, are one of God's greatest gifts to man. Stinging Nettle is one such phenomenon. It is such a fantastic all around herb and should be a part of everyone's herbal collection. It is so versatile and has so many uses which we will shortly discuss in more detail. Some of its many positive attributes include its high vitamin and mineral content, its outstanding track record in hair growth, its antihistamine properties, its ability to reduce hemorrhaging, joint pain and rheumatism and more.






 Stinging Nettle is often mistaken for a common weed. It has soft green leaves that can actually be added to salads and is often described as tasting like "spinach". To prepare the leaves for salad, use gloves and rub the leaves together under running water to remove stingers. The leaves have tiny hairs which although is harmless, can cause irritation and rash. This can actually be relieved by the juice of the leaves. This plant is so healing, all parts can be used fresh or dried such as the seeds, leaves, and roots. These can be made into a tea and used as a daily health tonic.

Stinging nettle is rich in zinc, manganese, magnesium , B vitamins, Vitamin C, folate, fatty acids and more, which are the vitamins and minerals needed for hair growth. Often many of us are deficient in these vitamins and minerals resulting in hair loss, hair thinning, alopecia and more. This herb can actually help reverse these negative affects on our hair. Not only this, it can help heal scalp inflammation, dandruff, itching and soreness in the scalp. This star herb can be found in our amazing Samson Hair Growth Cream. Because of its awesome skin healing properties, it is also found in our Blessed Blend eczema, hemorrhoid, and skin healing salve as well as our Bee Healed Wound Cream because of its outstanding wound healing abilities.  Benign prostate enlargement and gout are some of the things that can be helped by Stinging Nettle. Even Kidney inflammation and kidney stones are at a dis- advantage with this powerful herb. In some cultures, the herb is taken through out pregnancy to prevent hemorrhage and also afterwards to help with milk production. This herb can help lower blood sugar in diabetes. Not to mention that it is rich in magnesium which many diabetics are deficient. There are are so many more positive benefits to  this herb that I can hardly mention them all.   It is definitely a gift from God that should not be ignored. Such a shame that it is often overlooked as a common weed. Definitely take some time to get to  know Stinging Nettle and it 's great benefits and how it can be a wonderful addition to your pantry. Be sure to research.


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