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How To Make A Nourishing Stinging Nettle Infusion (+Benefits And Recipe!)

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A stinging nettle infusion is an incredibly nourishing tonic that has anti-inflammatory properties and is a great way to support overall health and wellness.

This herbal infusion is inexpensive, easy to make at home, and absolutely packed with vitamins and minerals.

Nettle infusions can be one of the best herbal remedies for those that are dealing with adrenal fatigue, mineral imbalance, hormone issues, or just feel depleted and need to replenish nutrients.

Unlike isolated vitamins or supplements that can actually cause imbalances, a stinging nettle infusion is a whole food supplement.

This means that the nutrients are actually absorbed and used by the body because it is in the most natural, unprocessed form and includes important co-factors, not just isolated ingredients.


Health benefits associated with nettle infusions include:

  • arthritis
  • immune system support
  • joint and muscle pain
  • seasonal allergies & hay fever
  • urinary tract infections
  • hormone imbalance
  • benign prostatic hyperplasia
  • lupus
  • blood pressure regulation
  • gout
  • anemia
  • eczema
  • kidney and bladder stones
  • inflammation
  • heavy menstrual bleeding
  • congestion

And these are just a few examples!

Stinging nettle infusions are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin K, trace minerals, vitamin A, and a long list of minerals and vitamins.

This mineral-rich beverage is truly my favorite way to add nutrition and support optimum health.

One other health benefit- it can also be a great hair rinse!

Which is great if you make an infusion and aren’t able to drink all of it in 2 or 3 days as suggested.

If that happens, use it as a nourishing rinse for your hair.

But, it turns out that nettle infusions are just good for you, they can be great for your garden as well!

Apparently, this herbal infusion is a great option for fertilizing your garden and helping to keep pests away.


As you can see, this wild plant offers many benefits!

So, if you’re looking for relief from symptoms like adrenal fatigue, anemia, seasonal allergies, or hayfever – or just looking to support overall health- nettle infusions may be just what you need!

This mineral-rich beverage is inexpensive and easy to make at home with simple ingredients.


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Ready to try a nettle infusion? Here are a few helpful resources:

My easy nettle infusion recipe

My favorite product- Certified organic dried nettle leaf

Nettle hair rinse recipes

Nettle tea for your garden


Have you tried a nettle infusion? What did you think? Let me know in the comments, I’d love to hear your thoughts 🙂


I really hope this information about stinging nettle infusions has given you a starting point, is encouraging, and empowers you to take action and make the best decisions for your health and wellness!

If you’re ready to take your health to the next level, be sure to check out some of the other related information on my blog. 

You can find it at www.aradiantlyhealthylife.com/health.

Or, if you’re love podcasts, you can find all of my episodes here.

Talk soon,

Amy

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