Stinging Nettle and its benefits in Ecuri DHT Blockers

apr 19, 2016 | 0 Reacties

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Stinging Nettle and its benefits in Ecuri DHT Blockers

We all know what it feels like when accidentally walking by a green plant and while brushing up against it feeling a slight stinging or prickly pain, don’t we? Well, this will be the stinging nettle plant. Despite its ‘prickly disposition’ it has been proven to be very beneficial for skin, hair, bone, urinary health as well as allergy conditions.

Stinging nettle’s Latin name is urtica dioica. It has a long medicinal history dating back as far as Ancient Greece.

Stinging Nettle as a Medicinal Plant

The herb has powerful anti-inflammatory qualities and is used for treatment of many health issues. The most popular use of leaves is turning them into stinging nettle tea, which works as a natural anti-allergy remedy and other breathing-related disorders. However, the roots affect treatments of urinary and enlarged prostate ailments. This part of the stinging nettle plant is often used in the supplementary form of tablets and capsules in order to enrich the nutrition of the body.

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The Ecuri DHT Blockers for Men contain powdered extract of this wonderful plant which will fulfil men’s daily recommended dose necessary for the body to function in a balanced and healthy way. When taken, it directly affects prostate cells. Stinging nettle root extract is also known to slow and stop the spread of prostate cancer cells. In the Ecuri DHT Blockers for Men it’s used in combination with Saw Palmetto and other herbs. The root of the plant is an excellent agent to treat not only urinary issues, in combination with Saw Palmetto, which is a natural DHT Blocker, it’s used to stop the androgenic hair loss.

Stinging Nettle’s most known benefits

A powerful antioxidant and antimicrobial plant, the stinging nettle can be very useful not only as a diuretic but also for treating painful muscles and joints, eczema, arthritis and even anaemia. The most proven health benefits of using stinging nettle has been shown to help the following issues:

  • Enlarged Prostate and Urinary Issues

Urinary issues are caused by an enlarged prostate. With aging an enlarged prostate gland begins to press on the urethra. Men affected with this disorder start to experience increased urges to urinate, incomplete emptying of the bladder, painful urination, post urination dripping and reduced urinary flow.

It hasn’t been entirely proven why stinging nettle alleviates some of these symptoms, but the researchers found out the connection between some chemicals in the stinging nettles that affect male hormones that cause this condition. Stinging nettle is used as a successful general diuretic and can help urine flow as well. It’s also used in home remedies for bladder inflammation.

  • Joint Pain and Arthritis

Joint pain or Arthritis is experienced typically in the hands, knees, hips and spine. Nettle here works similar to anti-inflammatory drugs but in a natural way it does not burden its user with any of serious side effects, and therefore is an ideal remedy.

Nettle can provide relief when taken orally or topically at the site of pain. It decreases joint pain and can treat arthritis. Due to its anti-inflammatory power it can even offer relief with other autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Allergies and Hay Fever

Allergies and hay fever can cause irritating congestion, sneezing and itching. Stinging nettle’s anti-inflammatory qualities affect a number of key receptors and enzymes in allergic reactions, preventing such symptoms if taken as soon as they first appear. The leaves of the plant contain histamine, which can treat severe allergic reactions.

  • Skin bleeding

Stinging nettle, when applied to the skin, can reduce bleeding during surgery. The plant’s leaves have also shown evidence of reducing bleeding after dental surgery.

  • Eczema

This is a dry and itchy spots on the skin that are red and uncomfortable and can last on for a very long time. Because of stinging nettle’s antihistamine and anti-inflammatory qualities, it can be applied to treat eczema. It can be taken orally, as well as a cream topically to reduce the itching and redness.

Stinging nettle is also used to help with:

  • Hair growth
  • Blood sugar in diabetes
  • Lactation
  • Disorders of the kidneys and urinary tract
  • Water retention
  • Diarrhoea
  • Menstrual pain
  • Asthma
  • Healing wounds
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Insect bites
  • Anaemia

Hair Loss Solutions tips how to use Stinging Nettle:

Stinging nettle products come in many forms: dried or freeze-dried leafs, extract, capsules, tablets, as well as a root tincture (suspension of the herb in alcohol), juice or tea. All these stinging nettle products have varying amounts of active ingredients. Consult your medical practitioner to determine the right dosage.

Otherwise apply the more common stinging nettle uses:

Stinging Nettle Capsules and Tablets

Stinging nettle capsules and tablets can be taken orally for urinal disorders, hair loss and allergy relief, but best to ingest them with food. if there you are concerned about upset stomach.

Nettle Tea

Dried leaves of the Stinging nettle and its flowers, and then steeped and made into a tea. There are many variations of such tea recipes that include also other herbs like raspberry and echinacea.

Cooked Nettle

Stinging nettle leaves can be cooked similar to spinach. They can be added to soup or stew and are especially flavoursome in the spring time. Nettle has also been pureed and used in recipes like polenta, green smoothies, salads, pesto and bread spreads.

Cooked nettle is a great source of vitamins A, C, and iron.

Topical Nettle

Stinging nettle extract and root tinctures or in cream form can be applied directly to painful areas of the body such as swollen and painful joints.

To buy the Ecuri DHT Blockers for Men with Stinging Nettle please visit our webshop.

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