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Stinging Nettle Root

Along with our dried Stinging nettle leaf, we are also offering premium dried Stinging Nettle Root – a carefully harvested and dried herbal offering derived from the roots of the Urtica dioica plant. The Stinging nettle is renowned among herbalist practiticioners and in traditional cultures for its health benefits. Stinging nettles (Urtica dioica) can be categorized as both a nervine and an alterative (blood cleanser) in herbal medicine.


Prostate and Urinary Health: Our dried stinging nettle root is thought to contribute to maintaining a healthy prostate and supporting optimal urinary tract function. It has been traditionally used for these purposes.

Joint Comfort: Rich in compounds with anti-inflammatory properties, stinging nettle root may aid in promoting joint comfort and flexibility, making it a natural choice for those seeking joint support.

All-Natural Allergy Relief: Experience the potential allergy-relieving properties of stinging nettle root. It is believed to help mitigate allergic reactions, providing a natural alternative for individuals dealing with seasonal discomfort.

Nutrient-Rich Profile: Packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, our dried stinging nettle root offers a holistic approach to wellness, supporting overall health and vitality.


Stinging nettle root can be used in various ways to harness its potential health benefits. Here are several ways to incorporate stinging nettle root into your routine:


Herbal Tea:

Steep dried stinging nettle root in hot water for 10-15 minutes to create a soothing herbal tea. Add honey,natural sweetener or lemon to enhance the flavor.


Infusions and Blends:

Mix dried stinging nettle root with other herbs, such as chamomile or peppermint, to create customized herbal blends. Experiment with different combinations to suit your taste and wellness needs.


Culinary Use:

Incorporate dried stinging nettle root into soups, stews, or broths for a nutritional boost. Use it as a culinary herb in recipes where its earthy flavor complements the dish.


Capsules or Tablets:

Take stinging nettle root supplements in the form of capsules or tablets for a convenient and measured dosage. Follow the recommended dosage on the product label.



Stinging nettle root tinctures are concentrated liquid extracts. Dilute in water or juice and take as directed on the product label. Tinctures offer a potent and quick-absorbing option.


Topical Applications:

Create a stinging nettle root-infused oil by steeping the dried root in a carrier oil. Use this oil for topical applications. Apply the infused oil to the skin for potential benefits, such as reducing inflammation.



Blend dried stinging nettle root into smoothies for an added nutritional boost.

Combine with fruits, vegetables, and other herbs to create a refreshing and healthful drink.


Bath Soak:

Infuse dried stinging nettle root into your bathwater for a relaxing and soothing experience. This method combines the potential benefits of stinging nettle with the calming effects of a warm bath.


Combination with Other Herbs:

Combine stinging nettle root with other complementary herbs - such as Passionflower, Valerian root, Dandelion root, Ginger, Lemon balm, and Peppermint- to create synergistic herbal combinations. This approach can provide a broader spectrum of wellness support.


Disclaimer:  Information shared on this site is for educational purposes. The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment or advice. Please consult your medical care provider before using herbal medicine, particularly if you have a known medical condition or if you are pregnant or nursing. Although we do our best to provide accurate and useful information, you are responsible to research and verify information before relying on it. We are medicinal plant and herbs farmers, herbalists, and tea blenders. We are not licensed or registered healthcare practitioners.  We are also believers in the safety and efficacy of botanical medicine.


Stinging Nettle Root

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