The nettle plant has been widely used for centuries dating back , at least to the first century where Greek physicians Dioscorides and Galen reported that the leaf of nettle had diuretic and laxative properties . It was said to be useful for ailments such as asthma, pleurisy and spleen illnesses.
Recently nettle has been used against a variety of complaints such as muscular and arthritis pain, eczema, ulcers, asthma, diabetes, intestinal inflammation, nosebleeds and rheumatism. Nettle leaves are also frequently recommended as a nutritious food (as they include a healthy amount of protein, vitamins C, A, and iron) as well as a weight loss aid.
Caffeine content is No Caffeine.
Brew Instructions: 2 tsp, 5-10 min, 95° C