Nettle – Urtica dioica
Origin – Italy | Spagyrics Made in Colorado
Planetary Influence – Mars
Day of the Week – Tuesday

Nettle is a common plant that grown in many different habitats. It has been used for herbal remedies, as a food and a dye for hundreds of years.


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Iron tonic, mild diuretic, antihistamine, strengthening, styptic (stops bleeding by contracting the blood vessels when applied to bleeding part), soothes skin. It contains Vitamins C, B, and Beta-Carotene.


  • High Blood Pressure, Urinary Gravel & Water Retention:  Nettle is a diuretic and removes extra fluid from the body.  
    Consult your doctor if you are taking high blood pressure medication.
    Do not use as a diuretic for weight loss.
  • Iron Deficiency:  Nettle can be used for anemia, lethargy, weakness and during convalescence.
  • Gout:  Nettle is an anti-inflammatory and can help relieve pain from gout.
  • Hay Fever:  Nettle can provide hay fever relief.
  • Eczema, Strawberry Allergy, Insect Bites:  Use topically.

Chinese Medical Uses

  • Strengthens Liver:  Relieves fatigue, nourishes blood, for hair loss.
  • Restores Lungs:  Relieves coughing, wheezing and allergies.
  • Astringent:  Dries damp, stops bleeding, reduces infection.
  • Detoxification:  Resolves toxicosis, clears eczema, reduces tumors, dissolves deposits & stones.
  • Promotes Urination: drains fluid congestion, relieves edema and irritation.

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Recommended Use
Start once a day with 2-3 drops on the back of the left hand, dissolved in water, or under the tongue. 

*Warnings & Possible Side Effects
Consult your doctor if you are taking high blood pressure medication.
Large doses may cause skin irritation, stomach irritation and urinary suppression.
Do not take internally if pregnant or breastfeeding.

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If you have a medical emergency, please contact your health care professional.
Please confer with your health care professional before taking.
Not all of the uses listed above have been subject to modern clinical studies
and are for research purposes only