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Is nettle tea good for detox?

Is nettle tea good for detox?

As part of a natural product recipe or alone as a tea, stinging nettle is therapeutic on many different levels: as a nutritional powerhouse; a detoxifying, slimming, and pain relieving diuretic; as well as a skin and hair beautifier.

What is nettle infusion good for?

Stinging nettle infusions are highly nutritive tonics that nourish your body with trace minerals and vitamin K as well as many antioxidants and other plant compounds. They also help support cardiovascular health, blood sugar regulation and general wellness.

How long does nettle infusion last?

Stinging nettle tea and infusions keep for 2-3 days so only make enough for however many cups you’re planning per day. If you happen to make too much, you can always use the excess as a hair rinse.

What’s the best way to drink nettle tea?

Use bulk herb, not tea bags, not capsules. Put one ounce by weight (about a cup by volume) of the dried nettle herb in a quart jar. Fill the jar to the top with boiling water and cover tightly. Let steep for at least four hours; overnight is fine. Strain herb out and drink the remaining liquid. Iced nettle infusion is particularly good.

How does dandelion and Nettles detox tea work?

You’ll see this tea is both a decoction and an infusion: Two of the herbs are boiled, and then continue to steep overnight. The other two herbs, which are leaves (not roots), steep only. Dandelion fights inflammation.

How to make a nettle infusion from nettles?

1 Put the nettles in the jar 2 Fill the jar with 1 cup of room temperature water. Top it off with 3 cups of hot water just off the boil. 3 Tightly close the lid and allow to steep for 24 hours. 4 Strain the plant material out (squeeze well). 5 Enjoy warm or over ice.

How to make a nettle herb infusion for anxiety?

Depleted adrenals often over-react, giving rise to sudden sensations of anxiety, fear, and nervousness. Use bulk herb, not tea bags, not capsules. Put one ounce by weight (about a cup by volume) of the dried nettle herb in a quart jar. Fill the jar to the top with boiling water and cover tightly.