Stinging nettle is most commonly used as a nutritive tea but can easily be added to soup, infused in apple cider vinegar or used to make tinctures or salves.
This stinging nettle was wild crafted on the pristine Olympic Peninsula of NW Washington in the spring time, before the plants went to seed.
It is said that stinging nettle can help alleviate seasonal allergies, and its high nutritional value makes it a prime tonic herb.
The information here is not intended to diagnose or cure any disease, rather promote a sense of empowerment over one's physical well being. Nor is the information a substitute for consultation with a doctor or naturopath.
Wildcrafted Stinging Nettle
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