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Nettle leaves 


Scientific name: Urticae folium     

Synonyms: Nettle herb, hair nettle herb, hemp nettle herb    

Family: Urticaceae     

Where the plant is found: Central and Eastern Europe 

Characteristics: The leaves, which are black-green on top and light green underneath, have scattered stinging hairs and many small bristly hairs.

Use & preparation

Nettle leaves


Traditionally used to flush the urinary tract,

supportive for mild urinary tract complaints.

Traditionally used to relieve mild joint pain.

These applications are based exclusively on the

longstanding use of the medicinal product in the

areas of application.



Blood-forming, hemostatic, blood-purifying, metabolism-promoting  

Tea preparation

Pour boiling water (approx. 150 ml) over 4 teaspoons of nettle leaves (approx. 2.8 g) and strain through a tea strainer after about 10 to 15 minutes if necessary.  



Unless otherwise prescribed, drink one cup three to four times a day. 


Flushing therapy is not indicated for edema due to impaired heart or kidney function. 

Contained in:

Nettle leaves 30 g - PZN 02196533

Nettle leaves 60 g - PZN 14337832

Bladder and kidney tea - PZN 03962225

Inner Balance - PZN 16739339

Alkaline tea - PZN 16122478

Base tea in a pyramid tea bag - PZN 16123911

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