Organic Stinging Nettle Powder - High Dose 10: 1

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Nettle is a staple food in herbal medicine and a medicinal plant with a thousand virtues since Antiquity. It is particularly alkalizing, remineralizing, nourishing and slightly detoxifying.

The ancient Egyptians used nettle to treat arthritis and lower back pain.

In ancient Greece, the doctors Galens and Dioscorides used nettle as a diuretic and laxative.

Its scientific name, Urtica dioica, comes from the Latin uro, which means “to burn”, because its leaves can cause a temporary burning sensation on contact with the skin. Nettle then suffers from a bad reputation and seems to be considered a "weed".

However, studies have shown its effectiveness in many areas such as agriculture, industry, ecology and particularly in that of health. Indeed, once processed into a supplement, dried, freeze-dried or cooked, nettle can be consumed safely.

Nowadays it is used as a diuretic, against the pains of arthritis, rheumatism and benign inflammation of the prostate.

On the other hand, nettle offers a variety of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, amino acids, polyphenols, and pigments many of which also act as antimicrobial, antiulcer, astringent and pain relieving agents in your body.

Finally, studies indicate that nettle extract can increase the levels of antioxidants in the blood. Antioxidants are molecules that help your cells defend themselves against damage caused by free radicals. Damage from free radicals leads to aging, cancer and other harmful diseases.

For the health and well-being of your animals

Nettle has many interesting properties for our pets. It naturally protects your animal from diseases and parasites. In addition, it fights against rheumatism, gives a shiny coat and promotes renal elimination.

In the past, nettle was commonly added to feed for farm animals to protect them from disease and parasites. It was also added to the oats of horses so that they had a shiny coat. Another traditional use of nettle was to add it to the mash of hens to promote laying. Nettle also fights against rheumatism, both animal and human.

Finally, Nettle leaves are an important source of minerals and trace elements, particularly potassium and silica, as well as antioxidant flavonoids. The first, with the joint action of flavonoids, will promote renal elimination through diuresis, while the second will play a role in the balance of connective (collagen) and bone (mineralization) tissues.


Here is a non-exhaustive list of the benefits of nettle:

Nettle leaves provide a wide variety of nutrients, including:

Vitamins: vitamins A, C and K, as well as several B vitamins

Minerals: Calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and sodium

Fats: Linoleic acid, linolenic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid and oleic acid

Amino acids: All essential amino acids

Polyphenols: kaempferol, quercetin, caffeic acid, coumarins and other flavonoids

Pigments: Beta-carotene, lutein, luteoxanthin and other carotenoids.

Furthermore :

Nettle fights benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and urinary problems;

Nettle fights against osteoarthritis and joint pain;

Nettle is effective against hay fever;

Nettle reduces bleeding after surgery;

Nettle is a natural treatment for eczema;

Nettle helps promote lactation;

Nettle stimulate hair and nail growth;

Nettle improves blood sugar in diabetic patients;

Nettle reduces bleeding associated with gingivitis;

Nettle treats disorders of the kidneys and urinary tract;

Nettle relieves water retention;

Nettle prevents or treats diarrhea;

Nettle decreases menstrual flow;

Nettle provides relief from asthma;

Nettle heals wounds;

Nettle treats hemorrhoids naturally;

Nettle stimulates contractions in pregnant women;

Nettle treats insect bites;

Nettle treats tendonitis;

Nettle treats anemia.


How to use our organic nettle leaf extract powder?

For internal use

Our nettle leaf extract has a 10: 1 ratio, meaning each serving is 10 times more concentrated than nettle found naturally.

The recommended dosage is 1 teaspoon per day.

You can sprinkle nettle powder at the rate of one teaspoon per day in all your hot or cold dishes, mix it in salads, dressings, white cheeses and soups.

If you prefer, you can take a tablespoon of powder in a hot drink, honey or a compote.

In external use

In cosmetics, its richness in silica and mineral salts makes it an excellent remineralizing ingredient for the skin and hair.

Nettle is beneficial for skin with imperfections, nails and brittle hair thanks to its richness in vitamins and minerals. It is thus found in many cosmetic products including hair care (lotions, shampoos ...) to tone the scalp and fight against hair loss and dandruff.

For the health and well-being of your animals

Recommended daily dosage in the bowl

As a curative: minimum 3 months to obtain results, then divide the dosage by 2 as a preventive all year round.
- 1 tbsp. for the dog.
- 1 tsp for the cat.


Nettle is a safe medicinal plant and has no particular contraindication.

The effects of nettle could, theoretically, be added to those of plants or supplements that have a hypoglycemic, hypotensive, or antiplatelet effect. However, despite widespread use, especially in Europe, no clinical case of such interaction has been reported so far.


100g of organic stinging nettle leaf extract, 10 times more concentrated than the nettle found in its natural state, from certified organic farming in high quality powder, 100% pure without any artificial additives.

The powder is free from animal substances, sugar and contains no flavors, colors or preservatives.


Storage: store in a cool, dry place - avoid light and heat.

Shelf life: 2 years

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* The information provided on this informative site does not in any way replace medical advice. Stop taking it immediately and consult your doctor if you notice any unusual pain. We invite you to seek advice from your doctor before their application.