You can use nettle all year long

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A very appreciated medicinal plant. Nettle is measured by its nutrition with legumes. An old Russian proverb says “a corpus is worth like seven doctors.” The leaves of the basket contain starch, sugar, organic acids, and chlorophyll, which contain a lot of magnesium. Nettle contains a lot of Vitamin K (Calcium) and has a hemostatic effect and is therefore used in official medicine. In folk medicine, it is used in wound healing as a restorative. Nettle root potion coughs, rheumatism, diabetes, jaundice and tuberculosis of the lung. It acts as a diuretic for kidney inflammation. Corps shampoo is used to strengthen the hair. Frequent use of nettle increases blood clotting. All people with varicose veins should not use nettle preparations.
Tincture of nettle leaf
In a jar put fresh tops of the basket to the top and pour homemade brandy. Keep in a warm place for a month (shake occasionally). Drain. Take the tincture three times a day for 20 to 30 drops with a little water. The drink is useful for fatigue, at the turn of the season.
Nettle oil
Grind fresh nettles to small pieces. Add the same amount of oil (walnut). Smear your chest, temples and forehead every night before bed. This preparation strengthens the nerves. Improves memory.
Nettle syrup
Pour 250 grams of fresh nettle with a liter of boiling water. Leave it overnight. The next day, cook briefly with a liter of honey. This syrup is recommended for children to boost their immunity. Contains the ideal amount of vitamins and minerals. Always dilute it with water (half a tablespoon of syrup to two deciliters of water). Add cinnamon, vanilla, strawberries or blackberries for a better taste.
Nettle stew
From frozen nettle leaves, you can cook corpus broth year-round. Strengthens immunity and improves blood count. Fry the onion in a pan with a little oil. Add 300 grams of nettle and a tablespoon of flour. Season with salt. Add a liter and a half of water and cook for 15 minutes. You can add a glass of sour milk (stir) before serving the broth.

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