Everything To Know About Nettle Tea

Welcome to Nettle Tea HQ Here you will find lots of information about nettle tea - how it can help you lose weight, get rid of acne, stop hair loss and more. Nettle Tea HQ is a free resource for anyone who wants to know more about this herbal tea.

Relieve Gout With Nettle Tea

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Gout is a condition brought about by the buildup of too much uric acid in the body.  It causes pain, redness, swelling and tenderness of the joints in its victims.  A gout sufferer can have symptoms that come and go every few days or they may suffer one attack and not have another for several years.
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Your Plants Will Love Nettle Tea Fertilizer

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By now, you have probably heard me carrying on about the amazing benefits of nettle tea.  When consumed regularly, it can help regulate hormones, blood sugar levels, encourage hair growth and alleviate skin, joint and respiratory ailments.  But this powerhouse tea does not stop with your body!
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Drinking Nettle Tea Can Help Keep Your Teeth Plaque Free

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Often, our dentist tells us to stay away from coffee, tea and sodas as they break down the protective enamel on our teeth, contributing to tooth decay.  However, recent studies have shown that drinking nettle tea may be the exception to the rule.
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Use Nettle Tea To Keep Your Hair Healthy And Prevent Hair-loss

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Everyone wants shiny, healthy, flowing hair that looks like they stepped straight from a salon.  You can buy every hair product and styling tool out there, but the truth of the matter is, if you are not consuming the proper nutrients, your hair will always fall flat.
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Pet allergies be gone!

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Do your children want a dog but you are forced to say no because of your allergies?  Are you visiting friends out of town and are turning down their offer of staying at their place because of their cat?  Do you think pills and shots are the only way you are ever going to be able to comfortably interact with our four-legged friends?
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Should you make your own nettle tea or buy it from a store?

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Due to their stinging properties, nettle plants are often brushed aside (although not literally – that would be painful) as Mother Nature’s inconvenience when traipsing through the woods.  However, as with most things in the wild, nothing is what it seems.  Tea made by boiling and then seeping nettle leaves is a nutritional powerhouse.  Not only is it packed with essential vitamins and minerals, but it contains anti-histamine qualities that alleviate allergies, skin ailments, gout and a host of other health issues.  It can even aid in the production of a mother’s breast milk and encourage hair growth when used as a rinse. (If you’re after a big list of benefits, you can read my post on the benefits of nettle tea)
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How To Make Nettle Tea

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Nettle tea has been used for thousands of years to help remedy respiratory and skin ailments, as well as relieve joint pains and arthritis.  Even if you are in excellent physical health, a cup of nettle tea can regulate your hormones, soothing your mind, as well as provide a boost of much needed vitamins and minerals.
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How To Cure Your Acne With Nettle Tea

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The days when those with acne had to simply suffer through that stage in life (or their whole lives, for an unfortunate few) are long gone.   TV commercials inundate us with images of acne being cleared up overnight from their products and stores contain almost entire aisles of concoctions to relieve acne.  But what if you do not want to go down the chemical path, which is often drying and traumatic on the skin?  What if a more natural remedy appeals to you or is the only option?  For example, during pregnancy, the use of salicylic acid (a main ingredient in the fight against acne) is to be avoided.  What then?
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What Are The Benefits Of Stinging Nettle Tea?

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For anyone who has ever ventured out into the woods, you learn very quickly to avoid nettles like the plague. The heart-shaped leaves of the nettle pack quite a punch in the form of almost invisible hairs that cause those who come in contact with them to have stinging, red and irritated skin.
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