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It has a positive effect on blood circulation that helps lower your sugar levels and lower your blood pressure. Therefore, in case of suffering conditions characterized by an abnormal decrease in the number or size of red blood cells or their hemoglobin level, nettle could be useful to correct them.

This plant has benefits in cases of psoriasis, common eczema on the skin and helps in acne-related treatments, so it becomes a facial tonic by refreshing, moisturizing and restoring the skin's pH with good results. Being astringent, it retracts the tissues and can produce a healing, anti-inflammatory and anti-hemorrhagic action.

In cases of fatigue or physical weakness, nettle helps strengthen our body by having an antioxidant function and improving the immune system.

Nettle is used with the aim of treating urinary discomfort caused by the recurring and uncontrollable desire to go to the bathroom during the night.

Its kaempferol, caffeic (not to be confused with caffeine) and coumarin acids help reduce the effect of free radicals, while its analgesic level helps reduce the effects of all kinds of pain.




Nettle can be consumed in several ways, some of them are:

In infusion: an infusion of fresh or dry nettle can be made to obtain its benefits and benefits.

Juiced: Fresh nettle leaves can be blended and mixed with other ingredients to make a healthy juice.

In Salads: Fresh nettle leaves can be added to salads as a green ingredient to get its nutritional properties.

As a tea: Dried nettle leaves can be used to make a tea that aids in detoxification and digestion.

In supplements: Dried nettle leaves can be found in supplement form, such as capsules or tablets.

It is important to mention that nettle can be toxic in large quantities and it is necessary to consult a professional before consuming it.


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Nettle Infusion

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Note: Nettle can be used in a variety of dishes, including soups, stews, salads, and pastas. However, it is important to note that nettle is a very stinging plant, so you should wear gloves and be careful when handling it. It is also recommended to cook the nettle before consuming it, as this will help reduce the stinging properties.


Nettle infusion

Taking it as an infusion is one of the most common ways to consume all the benefits of this plant, especially to maintain our figure. And because? One of its best-known properties is to burn fat faster thanks to its potassium and other mineral content, which helps to eliminate excess fluids and, therefore, toxins from our body.

Similarly, sulfur, linoleic acid and oleic acid improve liver function, whose objective is to purify the blood of toxic substances. In addition, it stimulates the functioning of the digestive system and facilitates the digestion of fats and proteins, also improving intestinal transit, which has an impact on a flat stomach.

On the other hand, nettle hairs release serotonin and acetylcholine, which are two neurotransmitter substances with satiating properties. This reduces appetite and therefore helps to eat in smaller quantities. oh! And let's not forget that serotonin is known as the happiness hormone, which is why it reduces anxiety levels and prevents you from having those unnecessary binges between meals.

To prepare this infusion you only need 25 grams of nettle and half a liter of water. Bring the water to a boil and when it is boiling, add the nettle and turn off the heat. Let stand for 10 minutes and then strain the infusion. If you don't like it that way, you can sweeten it with a teaspoon of honey, although we advise you not to use any kind of sweetener.

Ideally, you should drink two or three glasses a day, especially before main meals. If you combine it with other plants such as calendula, horsetail or dandelion, its slimming effect will multiply. And if what you want is to speed up your metabolism, try adding pomegranate, green tea or strawberries.

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Chicken with Nettle

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  • 4 chicken breasts

  • 2 cups of fresh nettle leaves

  • 1 chopped onion

  • 3 garlic cloves, minced

  • 1 cup of chicken broth

  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil

  • Salt and pepper to taste

In a hot skillet, add the olive oil and brown the chicken breasts on both sides until cooked. Remove from heat and reserve.

In the same skillet, add the onion and minced garlic and cook over medium heat until translucent.

Add the fresh nettle leaves and cook for a few more minutes.

Return the chicken breasts to the pan and add the chicken broth. Let cook over medium-low heat for a few more minutes. Serve hot and season with salt and pepper to taste.

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