Stinging Nettle – The Most Nutritious Plant On Earth? – Eco Snippets

Stinging Nettle – The Most Nutritious Plant On Earth?

Stinging Nettle – The Most Nutritious Plant On Earth?

When many people hear the two words “Stinging Nettle,” the image that comes to mind is a plant that’s best to be avoided.  This is all a bit unfortunate, because Stinging Nettle may very well be one of the wild’s most nutritious plants.  When you dig into its vitamin and mineral profile, you’ll understand why.

What’s more, Stinging Nettle boasts an incredible medicinal profile.  Researchers have been studying this plant for years in the areas of allergies, diabetes, and benign prostatic hyperplasia (with incredibly successful results, I might add).

Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) is plant whose edible, medicinal, and utilitarian benefits typically surpass those of other wild species. In this video, we discuss all things stinging nettle – including proper identification, look-alikes, medicinal properties, and more! Check it out below…

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If it ever warms up, I could finally harvest some!

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You must be off your champ

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Lol who writes this bs ?

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Linda Christensen – who knew?

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Nettle soup is awesome!

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Brilliant composter too. Put some in a bucket with water. Rot down [smells rank] but it is the best liquid feed [diluted] you can possibly imagine for plants. It was historically used to make a linen style of fabric. Mary Queen of Scots wrote about it, asking for some shirts made from the nettyle linen.

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