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Anti-oxidant, helps with High Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar, Arthritis, Joint inflammation, Pigmentation, Prostate health, Testosterone, Liver health, Diuretic, Hay fever.

Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times.

Ancient Egyptians used stinging nettle to treat arthritis and lower back pain, while Roman troops rubbed it on themselves to help stay warm 

Its scientific name, Urtica dioica, comes from the Latin word uro, which means “to burn,” because its leaves can cause a temporary burning sensation upon contact.

However, once it is processed into a supplement, dried, freeze-dried, or cooked, stinging nettle can be safely consumed. Studies link it to a number of potential health benefits.

Lowering blood sugar

In human studies link stinging nettle to lower blood sugar.

lIn fact, this plant contains compounds that may mimic the effects of insulin.

In a three-month study in 46 people, taking 500 mg of stinging nettle extract three times daily significantly lowered blood sugar levels compared to a placebo.


Up to 50% of men aged 51 and older have an enlarged prostate gland 

An enlarged prostate is commonly called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Scientists aren’t sure what causes BPH, but it can lead to significant discomfort during urination.

Interestingly, a few studies suggest that stinging nettle may help treat BPH.

Research reveals that this powerful plant may prevent the conversion of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone — a more powerful form of Testosterone.

Stopping this conversion can help reduce prostate size! 

Studies in people with BPH demonstrate that stinging nettle extracts help treat short- and long-term urination problems — without side effects (However, it’s unclear how effective stinging nettle is compared to conventional treatments.

**Daily Value (DV) not established.


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