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Five Reasons Why You Should Be Drinking Nettle Tea!

15th May 2023, Christoph Klinger

Five Reasons Why You Should Be Drinking Nettle Tea!

Herbal tea is experiencing something of a resurgence. For centuries, it was seen as the best way to treat a wide variety of ailments – but advancements in modern medicine left traditional approaches to fall by the wayside. Nowadays, however, more and more people are waking up to the benefits of all-natural remedies, with herbal teas proving particularly popular.

If you’re looking to give them a try yourself, nettle tea is a fantastic starting point. Made using dried nettle leaves, this potent beverage offers a whole host of different health benefits – and could help address a number of ailments too.

We get it, the idea doesn’t sound too appealing at first glance. “Nettle tea,” we hear you say, “won’t that sting my throat?” Not at all. Once the nettle’s leaves have been picked and dehydrated, they no longer have a stinging effect. Phew.

Anyway, without further ado, here are five amazing benefits of dried nettle tea.

It can help boost your immune system

Nettle contains a wealth of beneficial minerals and nutrients, which can help your body remain well and illness-free for longer. From vitamins A, B, C and K to the likes of magnesium, calcium, iron, potassium and amino acids, nettle tea is packed with good stuff.

It can lower your blood pressure

Suffer from high blood pressure? Even if you don’t, you may do in the future – millions of us experience it at some point in our lives. Drinking dried nettle tea will stimulate your body’s production of nitric oxide, allowing blood to flow through your vessels more efficiently (and thus lowering your blood pressure).

It can help treat hay fever

Looking for an all-natural solution to your hay fever woes? If you suffer from the seasonal allergy, a cup of nettle tea could be the answer. It contains a number of compounds that behave like an antihistamine, helping your body cope better with pollen.

It’s great for achy and sore muscles

One of the most established uses for nettle tea is in the treatment of painful and achy muscles. According to the Arthritis Foundation, the drink can help lessen the symptoms of osteoarthritis, making daily life that much easier.

It’s rich in polyphenols

The nettle herb is rich in polyphenols, compounds that – according to many recent studies – could help reduce the risk of contracting conditions like cancer, heart disease and diabetes.

Get your dried orange slices online today

Now you know just how beneficial nettle tea can be, why not give it a try? Get the dried nettle you need to create the beverage from Mimea, one of the UK’s leading suppliers.

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