NETTLE LEAF TEA
Nettle has been used as a remedy since ancient Greek and Roman times. Dry nettles have the same beneficial properties as fresh ones.
In terms of iron content, they are comparable with some iron-containing medicines. Chlorophyll present in nettles has an immunostimulating effect, helps the healing of damaged tissues and enhances hair growth.
A staple in herbal medicine, nettle boasts a high carotene content, there is more of it than in carrots or sea buckthorn.
The plant contains large amounts of magnesium, sodium, potassium, calcium, iron and iodine. It holds high positions in terms of vitamin B1, B2, PP content.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Hungary
INGREDIENTS: Nettle cut.
ALLERGENS: No known allergens.
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), sesame, products containing dairy, soya and products containing gluten.
STORAGE: Cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
HOW TO ENJOY
Add a tablespoon of dried nettle leaves to a small pot with a strainer. Pour boiling water into a jug of leaves and cover, then let sit for about 15-20 minutes. Take 1 tbsp of this infusion before food.
You can also slightly change the taste of nettle tea by adding other herbs or fruits. For example, nettle tea and elderberry juice are the best choices for strengthening the immune system. It can also be successfully combined with other herbs such as lemon balm, milk thistle, or peppermint.