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botanical name: urtica dioica

extraction: 1:2 fresh aerial portion

alcohol percentage: 50%

harvest location: kootenai national forest

this plant is called stinging nettle because of the hollow hairs (tricomes) on the leaves and stem that cause a stinging sensation when brushed up against. this extract makes a great spring green tonic. supporting joint health, kidney function, helping with allergies, and so much more. the nettles in this extract were wildcrafted from a non sprayed area of national forest. i suggest you research this plant further, and decide if it's something you would like to add to your life. i like to start very small, like a drop or two, and work my way up from there. this is a very nutritive remedy, so several dropperfuls can be consumed in a day. i like to mix it in with water or tea. comes in a 2 oz dropper bottle.

herbs have been used effectively for centuries, but they are not regulated by the food & drug administration + simply josephine's herbal products and statements have not been evaluated or approved by the fda + these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease + consult a health practitioner before using these products if you have any serious medical conditions, are pregnant, lactating, or taking any medication.

wild nettle extract/tincture

  • this item cannot be returned however if there is an issue with your order or you are unsatisfied please reach out and let me know so i can correct the situation at my discretion.

  • dosage is different from person to person i suggest starting off with a few drops and moving up from there. as needed up to four dropperfuls can be taken throughout the day/evening for adults. each dropperful contains approx 25 drops and appears halfway up the pipette. children ages 2-4, 4-8 drops taken up to three times day/evening. ages 5-9, 8-12 drops taken up to three times day/evening. ages 10-17, 12-20 drops taken up to three times day/evening.

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