Nettle is unavoidable in the spring. We look almost everywhere and use it in a variety of ways.
The Egyptian Egyptians still breed and drank the nettle.
Thanks to the enzyme, the secretion that contains this plant can help increase red blood cells but also control blood sugar. Her coagulation encourages substance metabolism in the body.
Nettle is used for detoxification, rheumatic diseases, gout and also for liver cleansing.
It is recommended in prisons as it encourages urination and prostate problems.
You can prepare it like tea, make it juice, add it in salad or cook it with other leafy vegetables such as blitva.
Two full teaspoons of chopped leaves come with 2 dcl of boiling water.
Leave 10 minutes.
Drink in small swallows.
You can peel the nettle’s tea in your hair. It prevents hair loss and encourages new growth.
Leave for a few hours and then rinse.
Many benefit from this preparation especially for anemia problems.
For the juice you will need
30-40 tops of young nettle
3 l of water
80 dkg sugar / honey (optional)
The tops of the nettle (the top itself and several leaves below the top) together with the citrus trees are well washed.
Place the pieces of the plant and sliced citrus (lemon, orange, grapefruit) in the bowl.
Cover and leave for 24 hours. Then make the ingredients well drained so that the juice is scrubbed.
Add sugar or honey to it even if you can without any sweetener additives for a healthier version.
Switch the juice into dark bottles and keep it in a cool place.
If you use honey, the product has a shorter shelf life and spend it within a few days.
Make sure that you get nettle off the roads or be sure where it was harvested before buying.