This Powerful Natural Herb Can Be Used To Heal Your Kidneys

Stinging Nettle is an herb that has a variety of benefits and can also be used for the treatment of kidney problems.

Stinging nettle (Urtica Dioica) has been used, since medieval times, as a natural diuretic for flushing out excess fluids from within the body. The stinging nettle appears as soon as the winter cold recedes and is known to be a perennial flowering plant which lives quite long. Stinging nettle can be easily identified and are found in the wild of any continent. They tend to grow in the same particular area every year and usually do grow in clusters. They thrive in shady areas where the soil is rich. However, you should still be cautious before collecting any, as they also grow clustered along fences near a water source or along a trail.

Wear gloves when handling stinging nettles

Wear gloves when handling stinging nettles

Wear gloves when handling stinging nettles

It is advised to always wear gloves when you handle them as there are fine spines that cover its dark green leaves almost resembling hair. When these are touched they tend to emit histamines. Their leaves are heart shaped being just a few inches in length ending with a pointed tip and are quite rough to the touch. When the cold of winter descends these plants stand nearly 4-6 feet tall, but early in the season they normally grow low to the ground.

How does Nettle benefit your Kidneys?

How does Nettle benefit your Kidneys?

How does Nettle benefit your Kidneys?

A variety of ailments can be treated by the properties of sting nettle tea. They are used as natural painkillers for muscle aches, arthritis, and insect bites, and are also used to treat inflammation. Gout and skin conditions can be very effectively treated by nettle. Other uses of nettle include treating hay fever, and anemia, lowering blood pressure or blood sugar, and improving immunity.

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