Eclectic Institute, Nettle Root, Raw, 250 mg, 90 Non-GMO Veggie Caps

SKU/UPC : 023363309580

Product Code : EI0958

Package Details : 90 Veggie Caps

Serving Size : 1-3 capsules per day.

Serving per Container : This bottle will last for  Days

Price(र) : 4441.00

Ships in 2 weeks

Quantity :

·        Urtica Dioica

·        For Male Health

·        A Dietary Supplement

·        250 mg Per Capsule

·        100% Kosher


Fresh freeze-drying maintains the biologically active constituents for highest potency and action.

Suggested Use:

1-3 capsules per day.

Supplement facts:                                                                                                                  

Serving Size: 1-3 Capsules


Each Capsule contains


Stinging nettle (urtica dioica) root, wildcrafted and 100% fresh freeze-dried



Eclectic's F.D. herbs have always been raw. We just thought you might like to know. The same goes for gluten free and for vegan once the capsules became available.

We start but most importantly also end with fresh whole raw foods. No heat, solvents or other harsh processing.


Discontinue use if unusual symptoms occur.

Consult your health care advisor regarding the use of herbs during pregnancy, with infants or with prescription drugs.

Keep out of reach of children.

Q.Which vitamins and minerals are found in stinging nettle?
A.The bright-green leaves of stinging nettle reveal the high chlorophyll and iron content of the herb. Rich in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, silicon, sulfur, copper, chromium, zinc, cobalt and phosphorus, as well as vitamins such as A, C, D, E and K, stinging nettle treats specific medical conditions and benefits a user's overall health.

Q.Does nettle seed extract help people with high S. Creatine levels?
A.A study published in the Journal of The American Herbalist Guild, noted that patients who were given stinging nettle seed extract showed a significant decrease in their serum creatinine levels while they were taking the extract and that the effect lasted well after they stopped taking the extract. Stinging nettle seed is possibly the most effective herb available that has been shown to lower these levels.
In the book "The One Earth Herbal Sourcebook," the authors Alan Keith Tillotson, Nai-shing Hu Tillotson and Robert Abel discuss herbalist David Winston's use of nettles to reduce creatinine levels in six cases of severely diminished kidney function. Tillotson himself used a similar preparation of nettles to show improvement of creatinine levels, which can be a marker for disease progression, in an elderly patient.

Q.Will stinging nettle help my arthritis?
A.Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, nettle tea can be used in the treatment of the pain of arthritis and gout.

Q.Is it true stinging nettle leaf helps with hemorrhoids?
A.Another reported healing benefit of nettle tea is helping the body heal itself of hemorrhoids (called "piles" in England). One cup of tea - as well as taking over the counter painkillers - is said to help heal them faster.

Q.Why does stinging nettle help muscle and joint diseases?
A.It aids with muscle and joint diseases such as rheumatism, arthritis, tendonitis, due to its high calcium content.

Q.Does nettle leaf help intestinal disorders?
A.If you have intestinal disorders, nettle is recommended. It also helps with cases of dysentery, diarrhea, hemorrhoids and it is good for aiding the treatment of liver, bile and spleen diseases. It has a slight laxative effect, so best not to overdo it.

Q.Is it true that stinging nettle leaf helps prostate problems?
A.In Germany, the Commission E (the German equivalent of the American Food and Drug Administration) has approved the use of stinging nettle for treating prostate enlargement, among other ailments. While studies have shown that the root of the plant is more effective for this application, nettle leaf tea can still be used with success. For men suffering from a weak urine stream and frequent urination due to an enlarged prostate, nettle tea can help the condition by slowing the growth of prostate tissue.