Urticaceae perennial stinging nettle. It’s found worldwide in Europe, temperate Asia, and Western North Africa. Since ancient times, people have used stinging nettle to cure a variety of painful conditions, aching muscles and joints, dermatitis, arthritis, gout, and anemia. Urinary issues in the early stages of an enlarged prostate are one of the most common reasons why people seek its treatment today (called benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH).
Stinging nettle is a popular herb. Besides arthritis, seasonal allergies, and UTIs, it may treat (UTIs). Apps?
Stinging nettle boosts chicken and cow production. purify.
Try this if your layers have pale yolks or underperform. Collect mature stinging nettle seeds. Wilting seeds prevents chicken stinging. Always give chickens wilted seeds. Unlimited seed saving.
These seeds boost hen laying. B-carotene and nettle seed lutein increase egg yolk color. maximizing yellowness. Good.
Cows milk more.
Most animals, especially grazers, directly eat stinging nettle, benefiting farmers. Keep cows in stinging nettles! Nettles improve milk and rumen.
Gather nettle leaf. Perish. Feed your cow wilted nettles. Expect success. Strive.
Nutrient-rich stinging nettle detoxifies well. Excreting neutralized toxins. The plant promotes digestive health. Lymphatic system activation detoxifies kidneys.
Remove most stinging nettle leaves. Bench-grind plants. Powderize it. Boil. Mix 1 tablespoon powder. Drain and drink detox tea. Regards.
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