Nettle juice has been used for centuries as a remedy for diseases of the digestive system. Today we are again discovering its remarkable properties. From this article you will learn more about nettle juice.
Nettle juice has a diuretic effect, removes harmful products of metabolism from the body. It is suitable for people who suffer from inflammation of the kidneys and urinary system. It is suitable for weight loss treatments and detox
It can be used to cleanse the skin, has an anti-itching effect and is a natural antihistamine. It’s juice relieves persistent allergy symptoms and helps the immune system fight allergens.
It alleviates gastrointestinal pain symptoms, improves digestion and absorption of nutrients from food. Similarly to spinach, nettles are recommended in anemia and reduced iron absorption.
Nettle juice is recommended as an organic painkiller. It regenerates liver parenchyma and protects this organ from cirrhosis. It is also recommended in pancreatic disorders.
It can be used internally and externally – due to the high content of calcium, silicon and flavonoids it has a great effect on the skin, reduces redness, inflammation and imperfections. Instead of a micellar lotion or tonic, you can use diluted nettle juice. It is also ideal as a hair rinse. Nettles can darken hair a bit, so you can add lemon juice to it – then the darkening effect will surely be less visible.
Nettle juice can be bought in an organic store, but a much cheaper way is to make it yourself at home. Start by harvesting nettle leaves – young and small leaves are best for juicing. Be sure to wear gloves when harvesting to avoid burning yourself. Collect young leaves from the tops of the plants.
Drink one large spoonful of nettle juice a day. It also tastes great with freshly squeezed juice, such as orange or apple juice.
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