Do you know the amazing benefits of stinging nettle (sisnu)?

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It may be that many people do not know the importance of stinging nettle. It is versatile. It can be used as greens.

The most important health benefits of stinging nettle include its ability to detoxify the body, improve metabolic efficiency, boost immunity, increase circulation, improve energy levels, manage menstruation, minimize menopausal symptoms, and aid in skin care.

What is Stinging Nettle?
This herbaceous flowering plant may be considered as an annoyance to many when they brush against its sharp, stinging leaves, but for thousands of years, people around the world have used stinging nettle to treat a variety of health conditions. Its scientific name is Urtica dioica and the plant is one of six subspecies within the Urtica genus. The native range of stinging nettle, also known as common nettle in some places, is extensive, including Africa, Europe, Asia, and North America.

Earlier, stinging nettle was seen as a vegetable used only few people. In recent times, the number of people eating this green nettle has increased. Therefore, it has started to be part of the food.

Sisnu powder can be made as soup and curry.

Green stinging nettle can be used as a vegetable. Stinging nettle contains 1200 IU of vitamin ‘A’ and high amount of vitamin ‘C’. It is a good source of iron and formic acid. Stinging nettle has medicinal properties.

Besides being nutritious, stinging nettle increases the body’s immunity, so its demand has increased. Stinging nettle can be made soup and eat with food. It can also be boiled and eaten. You can soak 10 grams of stinging nettle powder in two hundred milliliters of hot water and leave it overnight and eat it on an empty stomach in the morning.

Stinging nettle can be used to clean the internal organs. It should be eaten once a week. All the diseases in the stomach go out through the stool and the stool becomes clean. It also increases the ability to fight diseases.

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Benefits and uses of stinging nettle

Regular use of stinging nettle can prevent kidney problems. Similarly, it is beneficial in diseases such as burning urine, asthma, rheumatism, anemia etc. It increases the amount of hemoglobin in the blood.

It is also considered useful for patients with irregular menstruation, gastric, gynecological diseases, anorexia, diabetes, high blood pressure, jaundice, paralysis, stones, ulcers, constipation, piles, lice, uric acid, anemia, impotence, infertility.

It can also be helpful in producing male sperm, connecting broken and dead bones, making the eyes bright and the face bright, the body agile, sharp and attractive. Its powder is useful in diseases like back, knee and joint pain.

It is also the best food for vegetarians as vitamins and minerals such as potassium, calcium and protein are found in it.

If you make sisnu paste and apply it on your hair, it prevents hair fall and also removes gray hair.

Stinging nettle is a stimulant and rubefacient substance, making it very effective against various inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis or chronic muscle pain. Research has shown that stinging nettle tea or herbal supplementation can effectively treat gout, soothe muscle pain, and reduce symptoms of arthritis.

It has also been connected to the treatment of a variety of respiratory conditions, including hay fever, asthma, and other seasonal allergies.

It only makes sense that this amazing cure-all herb would also be able to positively affect the heart. Research has revealed that regular consumption of stinging nettle tea can help to lower systolic blood pressure and relieve tension and stress on the cardiovascular system. 

Stinging nettle extract supplements have been suggested for reducing nausea and diarrhea, and as with the menstruation and menopausal effects, it can also soothe ulcers and hemorrhoids.

Word of Caution:

While many of these benefits seem miraculous, it is important to remember that some of these remedies for high blood pressure, high blood sugar, and menstruation can also have a flip-side. For example, if you have low blood pressure, low blood sugar or are early in your pregnancy, this plant can be dangerous. Before adding such a potent and comprehensive herbal remedy to your diet, be sure to consult a physician and ensure that you won’t be complicating any ongoing treatments.

Source: Agencies

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