Stinging Nettle for the Treatment of Bedwetting

Stinging Nettle or Urtica dioica is a weedy perennial plant known for its stinging leaves. A medicinal herb used since the ancient Egyptians, Stinging Nettle has antioxidant, antimicrobial and pro-health capabilities. Native to Eurasia, its nutrient-rich flowers, leaves, stems and roots have been used in the treatment of muscle and joint pain, anemia, skin conditions, and as a diuretic.

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