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Stinging Nettle Tea (Meridian Herbs)


Tea or infusion of Stinging Nettle has been used for generations for treating anaemia, stomach ulcers, gingivitis, to stimulate hair growth, increase lactation, hay fever and allergy relief and even for lessening painful joins and arthritis. This ancient plant has been shown to have antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-ulcer, astringent and analgesic properties. Meridian Herbs Stinging Nettle is 100% pure, made with dried leave of the plant. No additives. No preservatives.

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Ingredients: Pure Nettle Leaf (Urica Dioica)

Directions for use: Place 1 teaspoon (5g) of Stinging Nettle Tea into 200ml of boiled water. Cover and let is stand for 10-15 min. Pour through strainer and drink hot or cold.

Suggested dosage:
Adults: 1 cup 2-3 times a day
Children under 12: 1/2 cup 2 times a day.

Did you know?
Stinging nettle is a perennial flowering plant that has been used medicinally for ages, dating back as far as Ancient Greece.
It is best known for the stinging reaction that occurs when the skin comes into contact with the fine stinging hairs (also known as trichomes) located on its leaves and stems.

Warning: Avoid using Stinging Nettle if pregnant or on diabetes medications.


Meridian Herbs

Local farm with over 40 years of experience in growing organic medicinal and culinary herbs. At Meridian Herbs, we are committed to quality and sustainability in every aspect of our business. We practice organic agriculture principles, regenerative farming, companion planting and crop rotation. We use certified organic fertiliser, high-quality organic compost, seaweed foliar spray, home-grown mulch & natural herb sprays. Your herbs will be free of poisons, chemicals, preservatives or irradiation from seedling, through our disciplined growing and processing stages, and into your hands.
Meridian Herbs


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