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Nettle Leaf Tincture

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Nettle Leaf Herbal Tincture

This is a wonderful nutritive with a high mineral content. Strengthens and supports the whole body, is excellent for pregnancy, works as an antihistamine thus helping with allergies and is a urinary and kidney tonic.

We prepare our Nettle Leaf Extract from the leaves of Urtica dioica plants which grows wild in the foothills of Mr. Rainier and is harvested in late spring without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides.

To assure optimal extraction of Nettle Leaf bioactive compounds, the leaves are hand-harvested while the plant is in full bloom, are carefully shade-dried to retain their full color & aroma, and are then thoroughly extracted.

Plant Part Extracted:  Fresh whole leaves

Stinging Nettle leaf has been used for centuries as a medicine and also as a food. It's mineral and vitamin rich, and a naturally nutritious way to help maintain a healthy urinary tract and flush toxins from your system. This herb is used to expel gravel from the bladder and to combat urinary infections. It is said to uplift a weary body and reduce fatigue as well as, improve thyroid function. Nettle has been used for ages for allergies and respiratory problems. It is shown to be effective in stopping external (with topical use) and internal bleeding.  It is helpful in reducing menstrual flow, uterine and internal hemorrhage, and blood in the urine, diarrhea and dysentery. Nettle leaf herbal extract can be used as a hair tonic and growth stimulant, as well as an anti-dandruff shampoo. For men's health, the herb has been helpful in reducing inflammation in the prostate gland. Nettle has been helpful in easing neuralgia, sprains, tendonitis, sciatica, arthritis, rheumatism and gout. Nettles may also help to reduce certain skin inflammations such as eczema and insect bites. Stinging nettle leaf extracts have been shown to be effective in stopping external (with topical use) and internal bleeding. 

Nettle's high iron content makes it an excellent remedy for combating anemia and fatigue. It is believed to support the liver and the female hormonal system. Some women use the herb during pregnancy to protect against bleeding and to strengthen the fetus. Stinging nettles also help to reduce PMS symptoms, and processes estrogen to relieve menopausal symptoms. It also curbs excess menstrual flow and is often used in herbal tonics to remove fibroids and regulate periods. As an astringent, it also shrinks inflamed tissues and helps to alleviate hemorrhoids. With regard to women's health issues, Nettle leaf is believed to be effective against vaginal infections, such as Candida, a yeast infection. And the herbal tincture, or tea, is believed to promote milk production in nursing mothers.

Nettle leaf is used to cleanse the digestive tract, promote healthy digestion and ease stomach problems. Nettle leaf is effective at reducing symptoms of digestive distress ranging from acid reflux, excess gas, nausea, colitis, Celiac disease. It is believed to be excellent support for the endocrine system including the thyroid, spleen and pancreas. Nettle, with its iodine content, is said to stimulate healthy thyroid function effectively, and is considered, in herbal medicine, to be helpful in treating goiter.

Ingredients: Certified Organic Grain Alcohol and Respectfully Wild Crafted fresh young leaves of Nettles (Urtica dioica). 1:3 ratio

Suggested: Shake well before each use and when finished, store in cool dark place. Use 6-12 drops in juice or water, under the tongue or as desired and may be taken 3 times daily. Keep out of reach of children.

Precautions: Do not take Nettle tincture if you have high blood pressure, and some people may experience mild gastrointestinal upset with the use of this herb. There are concerns that  Nettle may interact with prescription medications used for diabetes, high blood pressure, sedation and inflammation; therefore, if taking these medications, please consult your physician before taking the herb. Stinging nettle extract may decrease how well the body excretes lithium, so those who are taking the medication should not consume the herb in any form. People with fluid retention due to congestive heart failure or kidney disease should not use Nettle leaf liquid tincture, nor should those who think they are coming down with flu, because the herb reduces the body's production of immune chemical interleukin-6.

Because of its diuretic properties, Nettle leaf should not be used regularly unless high potassium foods such as bananas and fresh vegetables are consumed or potassium supplement is taken. Nettle can alter the menstrual cycle and may contribute to miscarriage; pregnant women should not use this herb. 

Disclaimer: The information presented herein by Mountain Maus’ Remedies is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.


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  1. good stuff 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th May 2019

    I haven't been taking long but so far I really like it and will continue to take it.

  2. nettle tincture 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th May 2018

    its my 2nd order... i like the products and im well pleased. thanks for doing what you do.. also arrived very fast.. no complaints ..

  3. Excellent quality 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Apr 2016

    Arrived within a few days, and we are on opposite coasts! I ordered several tinctures and they all seem to be excellent quality. You can tell a lot of love was put into making them.

  4. Good quality 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Mar 2015

    Shipped fast. Good quality. Thanks!

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