I think it's enough that it works. 1-2 tablespoons of dried nettle seed a day to all our inmates please." I am very interested in nettle seed and have discovered that Rutland Biodynamics sell both the tincture and loose seeds. -thanks. I know that this is a very dated blog entry, but since I'd like to reference a portion of the blog ("In the 1800's dishonest horse peddlers in Germany, Hungary, and Ireland used to give 1-2 handfuls of nettle seed a day to horses for about 2 weeks before they took them to market....") I was curious if you recalled the original source? how does the seed works on cellulair level? Over active thyroid gland means that there is an acid condition that is causing the gland to go haywire which depletes the body of energy, so we treat the central nerve system and the gland itself with herbs that have potassium iodides, bromides and phosphates. Res. It's been a while since last I'd rubbed nettle seed, and I'd forgotten all about that bit. In vitro studies suggest effects on Langerhans and muscle cells, with increased glucose uptake into cells and reduced intestinal absorption of glucose by inhibition of alpha-amylase.51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, Serum glucose levels were reduced in some44, 50, 54, 58, 59, 60, 61 experiments in rats with induced diabetes.54, 59, 62 Nettle extracts had no effect on renal indices in diabetic rats63; however, protective effects on the liver, seminiferous, and nervous system tissue were observed in diabetic rats.50, 64, 65, Limited clinical studies have been conducted with nettle extracts alone. This is only a brief summary of general information about this product. Nettle being a source of iodine, revamps thyroid gland activity. In her book Healing Wise, Weed praises their ability to nourish the thyroid and endocrine glands and Rose writes “Nettle seed is fairy dust for your adrenals, and brings back sparkle, clarity and spring to the step”. They help with the general stress response, they strengthen the adrenals, and they're loaded with minerals and trace elements. Due to the effects on androgen and estrogen metabolism, nettle preparations are contraindicated in pregnancy and lactation and should not be used in children younger than 12 years. Yes, simply dried nettles still itch. I don't pick seeds that are black. I don't usually rub other parts of nettle through a sieve; there's no need, you drink the leaf as tea (pour boiling water over, let steep, strain, drink), or boil it for food; and the root doesn't sting. And sorry for asking so much and contributing so little. For some people, they can dramatically effect or shift perception, promoting a sense of connectedness, well-being and mild euphoria. Stinging nettle is a plant that grows in North America, Europe, and Africa. With ADD/ADHD, you can always try it short-time and see how the person does on it. With the exception of certain products that are generally recognized as safe in normal quantities, including use of folic acid and prenatal vitamins during pregnancy, this product has not been sufficiently studied to determine whether it is safe to use during pregnancy or nursing or by persons younger than 2 years of age. The dose for an adult (about 70 kg) is from a pinch to a tablespoon. Concerning seeds, it is preferable to eat at the small spoon with honey to benefit from all the active principles. I first encountered your blog in 2005 when looking for nettle seed tincture to buy. Stinging nettle products come in dried or freeze-dried leaf form, extract, capsules, tablets, as well as a root tincture (suspension of the herb in alcohol), juice or tea. Ref 'evel's' request about how stinging nettles work.....I can send a fairly recent article from the journal PHYTOTHERAPY RESEARCH turmeric, echinacea, saw palmetto, milk thistle, Ginkgo Biloba. I don’t have much access to evidence based research articles anymore since all the engines and databases seem to cost $$$ if your not in school. Is there a reason why this would not be effective? If he's not overly sensitive, 1/2 teaspoon will be just fine. Published online 24 May 2017 in Wiley Online Library just curious... Kids usually get 1/4 to 1/3 of the adult dose. This makes it easy for the breaking hairs to get under your skin where they then can deliver their payload -- the itch. Urinary tract infections 8. Or try season your soup with nettle seeds by adding them on the top. Thyrobin contains Iodine, stinging nettle leaf, shepherd’s purse herb, black walnut hull, spirulina, kelp thallus, Irish moss, dulse thallus, bladderwrack thallus, fenugreek seed, coleus forskohlii root, sage leaf, astragalus root, ashwagandha root, and horsetail. Henriette's herbal is one of the oldest and largest herbal medicine sites on the net. This year I will be harvesting nettle seeds. Last season I picked some seed and dried them, and tried them once but not in yogurt, possibily they stayed on the glass. I had a lovely day yesterday stripping them off their stalks into a bag, and then sifting them out at home, about half a litre's worth in the end. There are no clinical data regarding the use of nettle in conditions of the CNS. Anybody has suggestions or links to find what dosage might I start with? The dose, of properly de-stinged nettle seed, is 1-2 tablespoons nettle seed a day in yogurt, thick juice or similar. Nettle: Dosage, Dosage . I don't look at the color of the seeds themselves - when they're heavy enough to hang down they're ready to pick. The plant flowers from June to September and its fruit is a small, oval-shaped seed approximately 1 mm wide and yellow-brown in color.1, 2, 3, Although known for its stinging properties, the nettle plant has been used in traditional medicine as a diuretic, antispasmodic, and expectorant, as well as in the treatment of asthma. 5. The seeds taste mild with a crunchy texture and can be easily added to dishes. While the leaves and roots are known by many, fewer people know that the seeds may be even more powerful. Thank you for your valuable contributions to Herb Digest. However, clinical trials are limited. It has been used as an herbal remedy for thousands of years. 3. Diuretic– increases flow of urine and kidney filtrati… Treatment with systemic antihistamines and topical steroids may be of benefit.13, 100 Case reports of prolonged effects exist101; 1 case report describes generalized urticaria and elevated IgE levels in a neonate due to contact with maternal skin to which a nettle extract had been applied.84, Radix urticae extracts and other nettle preparations are generally well tolerated; minor and transient gastric effects, including diarrhea, gastric pain, and nausea, have been reported.2 There is a case report of hypoglycemia due to consumption of nettle preparations for prostatic hypertrophy; cases of gynecomastia and galactorrhea due to consumption of nettle tea have also been identified.67, 55 Clinical studies using nettles in BPH report no adverse effects at the doses used.35, 36, 37, Due to the effects on androgen and estrogen metabolism, nettle preparations are contraindicated in pregnancy and lactation and should not be used in children younger than 12 years.2, 97, The oral median lethal dose in rats is estimated to be greater than 30 g/kg for the aqueous leaf extract and 1.3 g/kg for the root.2, 9, 42 Liver function tests in rats fed aqueous nettle extracts for 30 days were normal.42 A dose of 2 g/kg of leaf extract caused diarrhea and diuresis in rats.76 Mutagenicity and carcinogenicity studies using the aqueous extract have been negative.9. Believe you me, mouth mucosa is way more sensitive than fingertips. If you’re still available to email it, I’d very much appreciate it! J. Kral, in "Phytoterapie", 1970, thought that this was due to growth hormone, and said that in their experience, a few weeks' worth of nettle seeds was very vitalizing to the elderly. The antioxidant effect may be responsible for a hepatoprotective effect, as well as for anti-apoptotic action in brain cells and protection in ischemia/reperfusion injury.20, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88. Update: I've found a supplier of nettle seeds a couple hundred kms north of me. Hay fever 7. Compared to many other seeds, nettle seeds are soft and could be eaten just like that but are better mixed in for example smoothies, yogurt and porridge. Taking stinging nettle might decrease how well the body gets rid of lithium. Available for Android and iOS devices. Nettle fruit contains protein, mucilage, and fixed oil (primarily carvacrol [38%], carvone [9%], and naphthalene [9%]).2, 9, 10, 11, High-performance liquid chromatography, gas chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, and other methods have identified the lectin specific to U. dioica roots, which may help to standardize preparations.2, 7, 8, 12, In vitro studies using human cell lines suggest extracts may down-regulate the inflammation cascade, exert effects on cyclo-oxygenase enzymes, and reduce primary T-cell responses.13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, In writhing and licking tests in rodent studies, extracts of U. dioica showed analgesic and antinociceptive properties. Authors: Marina Franciskovik et al The best way to get all the benefits of Nettle is to consume on a daily basis the leaves and the root in the form of teas, pouring hot water directly in Nettle presents in a bowl, the leaves of Nettle pungent in infusion are particularly remineralising. It's much more common where I live than U. dioica, and it flowers/goes to seed early so if you want nettle greens before flowering you're generally out of luck. But hopw does it work? The current therapy here is methylphenidate or dexamphetamine, stimulants. Kids usually get 1/4 to 1/3 of the adult dose. Treatment is the same for anemia as for allergies, at 1/2 tsp of dried leaves per cup of food. The possibility of oral toxicity with nettle preparations is considered low. that's funny... my write up on Nettle says something to the effect of "finnish herbalist Henriette Kress uses nettle seed where I use fresh nettle and milky oats tincture... And, I've started using the seed, too... though I tinctured it, since I didn't really gather enough to eat by the spoonful. It's been online since 1995, and is run by Henriette Kress, a herbalist in Helsinki, Finland. I was the only one in our family to do so ... that book went to the rubbish bin faster than you can say "it bloody itches!". Other folk medicine applications include wound healing, treatment of scalp seborrhea and greasy hair, and gastric juice secretion. This information relates to an herbal, vitamin, mineral or other dietary supplement. Gout 5. The stinging trichomes of nettle contain amines, including histamine, serotonin, and choline. Well, the adrenals sit on top of the kidneys, it sort of makes sense that the seeds would help both. Freeze-dried nettle has been evaluated for allergic rhinitis; in a double-blind trial, 600 mg of freeze-dried nettle leaf was more effective than placebo in controlling symptoms.91 Effects may be due to immunomodulatory or anti-inflammatory actions.14, 18, 92, 93, 94 Other immune effects have been described following in vitro studies, including a cellular response greater than that evoked by Echinacea tincture.95 Beluga sturgeon fed nettles showed increased neutrophil and red blood cell counts, as well as increased hemoglobin and hematocrit values.96, Dosages of 600 mg of freeze-dried nettle leaf have been used in a clinical trial for allergic rhinitis.91 Clinical trials for BPH have used aqueous extracts of U. dioica root in dosages of 360 mg daily over 6 months35 and methanol root extract in dosages of 600 to 1,200 mg daily for 6 to 9 weeks.2, Avoid use. 31: 1183–1191 (2017) So giving it to him is no problem, but I'm wondering if anyone has any thoughts on whether this is too much, too little, or just right? are there microscopic bugs on the nettle leaves or was that guy who told me drunk? Scientific Name(s): Urtica dioica L., Urtica urens L.Common Name(s): Nettle, Soii (Kashmiri), Stinging nettle. I tried a few bites of that salad (no mention anywhere in that recipe of having to crush the nettles, boil them, or otherwise get rid of the sting). Hi, my name is Omar, and I would like to know, if yuo have any information, where to buy, or to get a plant, or where to buy NETTLE seeds. However, clinical trials are limited. Make your own stinging nettle tea by steeping one tablespoon of the dried herb to one cup of water for about 10 minutes. This information does not endorse this product as safe, effective, or approved for treating any patient or health condition. This information should not be used to decide whether or not to take this product. The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Patients should not take guggul while pregnant, breastfeeding, or receiving hormone replacement therapy. 2. I'm a homoeopath and had a patient with adrenal exhaustion and kidney function on the border of failure and dialysis. David Winston uses it for kidney trouble, which is a different kind of horse. Tea, Tincture, Capsules, Juice. At the right dose, nettle seed is quite centering. I pick them green. The seeds themselves - nuts, a botanical term, nothing to do with allergies to nuts - also contain nice healthy fats, but I doubt that our digestive system can get at them; if any of you have ever made the 2-week-nettle-fertilizer, and made the mistake of using nettles in seed, you know that while the rest of the plant dissolves in the stinking mess the seeds will come through just fine -- and they'll germinate everywhere, too. Nettle Seed Benefits. I have noticed that youdo not mention taking the seed as an infusion. I have only found true diotica utica at a three mile walk from me. Stinging nettle is usually available in the following forms: Tea; Capsules (leaf or root extract) Tinctures (extract dissolved in alcohol) Loose leaves; Dried roots; Cream or gel (for arthritis and pain) If collected and processed carefully, wild stinging nettle can also be gathered and cooked into many recipes. Avoid use. This gave the horses shiny pelts and a youthful appearance, and brought a handsome price. The hairs of nettles break easily, and when they do they get very sharp edges. This information is not specific medical advice and does not replace information you receive from your health care provider. 3. what is a "dose" of nettle seed? While I haven't used it myself, the person I gave it to bought all I had and has already solicited me to get some more this year. Styptic– stops bleeding when applied to a wound. The following are the medicinal actions of nettle leaf and a definition of each for more clarity. Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects of nettle extracts appeared to be protective in models of neurodegeneration in rodent studies.48 In a study in diabetic mice, nettle leaf extract improved memory and reduced depression-like behavior.49 In another study in diabetic rats, nettle extract improved cognitive function and increased pain threshold.50. Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. We use only wild nettle seeds in our products. Applications. Try it for a few weeks, then try unsoaked nettle seeds for a few weeks, then let us know the difference. References: Safarinejad MR. Urtica dioica for treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia: prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study. i think the journal of the American Herbalists Guild ran an article but do not know when. The juice is purported to stimulate hair growth when applied to the scalp. For other uses of the seeds, you might wish to check Dioscorides and Madaus, among others. Nettle seeds are adaptogens. The not quite formic acid is still in those hairs, and the hairs are still whole, even after you've dried the herb. I'm sure I've seen German references to the horse peddlers, too, but I don't have all my old books anymore. I'll do a post on picking the seeds later on. And that's just a tablespoon of nettle seed. Drink two or three cups each day. Yesterday I put about 1/2 tsp over some goat milk yogurt and mixed in a bit of granola and he loved it (we also made sure he licked the sides of the bowl to make sure he got every seed.) Always consult your healthcare provider to ensure the information displayed on this page applies to your personal circumstances. Posted on 5 September 2014; By Dr. Jill Tack; Posted in nettle for cats and dogs, nutritive properties nettle, reduce high blood pressure 0; Nettle, also known as Urtica dioica or stinging nettle, is a plant that has many nutritive values. I think I will have to get gloves that go up to my elbow. In addition, a column extraction of stinging nettle roots using benzene as an eluent afforded efficient enzyme inhibiting activity. Nettle seeds have to be rubbed through a sieve: you just eat them, you don't boil them in any way. From "TEE-lehti" 5/1979 (a Finnish health magazine): "It is told about Hungarian horse peddlers that, before they sold horses, they fed them a handful of nettle seed a day for a few days. Dunno how it works. THYROID GLAND For an under active thyroid gland means that it needs to be fed natural iodine. This could increase how much lithium is in the body and result in serious side effects. So I'd picked the last nettles (Urtica dioica) in seed a couple weeks ago and hung them up to dry. Today (or actually, last week by the time you get to read this) I worked them through a sieve. The method of taking stinging nettle will vary depending on its intended use. One small (N = 50) single-blind study using 100 mg/kg of hydroalcoholic nettle extract over 8 weeks showed decreased fasting glucose levels and decreased glycated hemoglobin, but no effect on insulin.66 There is a case report of hypoglycemia due to consumption of nettle preparations for prostatic hypertrophy.67, In vitro studies have shown antiviral action against HIV, cytomegalovirus, coronavirus, rotavirus, and feline immunodeficiency virus.68, 69, 70, 71 Antibacterial action against both plant and human pathogens has also been described.20, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77 A clinical trial with some methodological limitations78 evaluated the adjunctive effect of U. dioica as a combination preparation in treating bacterial prostatitis.79, Antioxidant action of U. dioica has been evaluated. The Nettle Herb Remedy. Appreciate the offer none the less! Work with your doctor to determine the right dosage. LM. Love that! One of its medical applications is its efficacy in curing hypothyroidism hyperthyroidism both. There are no recommendations for correct dosage of stinging nettle for increasing testosterone. Haven't used tincture, dunno if that'd work in exhaustion. Hi i know about the working on kidneys and adrenals, but is there another story? It does NOT include all information about the possible uses, directions, warnings, precautions, interactions, adverse effects, or risks that may apply to this product. Thanks for this wonderful article on Nettle Seed. Depurative– cleanses the blood, often helpful for skin and detoxifying. i would like to know if mother nature provides a cure in nettle seeds. When you rub nettle seed (and some green leaf) through a sieve some of the itchy hairs go as dust into the air. The roots and stem have little action, while the leaves and seeds demonstrate high activity. Urtica dioica, often known as common nettle, stinging nettle (although not all plants of this species sting) or nettle leaf, or just a nettle or stinger, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Urticaceae.Originally native to Europe, much of temperate Asia and western North Africa, it is now found worldwide, including New Zealand and North America. In vitro studies show that U. dioica extracts may inhibit thrombin-induced platelet aggregation, possibly because of flavonoid content, although results of in vitro studies are equivocal.40, 41, Improved lipid profiles have been demonstrated in rodent studies; reported effects on indices vary.42, 43, 44 Diuretic, natriuretic, and hypotensive actions have been demonstrated in rats.45, 46 In isolated heart studies, decreased heart rate and inotropic activity, as well as increased left ventricular pressure and vascular contractility, occurred.46, 47. David Winston uses nettle seed for all sorts of kidney trouble. Bye, Omar. Can't upload and because it is not available to the general public I cannot post a link. Oh Hetta, I just love you and your blog! This product may adversely interact with certain health and medical conditions, other prescription and over-the-counter drugs, foods, or other dietary supplements. Nettles are primarily known for their ability to induce acute urticaria following contact with exposed skin. I found the tincture (elk mountain herbs) and two years later not only is the patient's kidney function much improved (proved by blood test) but I have found more and more uses for nettle seed and tincture. Thanks. - posted in Supplements: I'm taking 25mg DHEA once a day, and I want to take Nettle root to act as a aromatase inhibitor. Is there a monograph available that you know of? Adverse effects have been documented. This doesn’t mean it can bring someone whose kidneys are down to 4% of normal function back to 100%, but it has helped keep people off dialysis and indeed gotten people off dialysis. Last updated on Apr 21, 2020. This product has not been reviewed by the FDA to determine whether it is safe or effective and is not subject to the quality standards and safety information collection standards that are applicable to most prescription drugs. Radix urticae extracts and other nettle preparations are generally well tolerated; minor and transient gastric effects, including diarrhea, gastric pain, and nausea, have been reported. Reductions in the plasma level of sex hormone–binding globulin involved in binding of circulating androgens and estrogen have occurred. A friend gave me a jar of (purchased, not picked) Nettle Seeds and told me to feed them to my son who (I've been told) needs adrenal support. Thank you. An effect on enzyme activity, including the conversion of testosterone to estrogens and weak inhibition of 5 alpha-reductase and aromatase, has been demonstrated in vitro.2, 9, 32 Anti-inflammatory effects have also been noted32; therefore, the Complete German Commission E Monographs support use in urinary tract inflammation and in the prevention and treatment of kidney gravel.3, Animal studies have been conducted to evaluate the effect of U. dioica extracts in BPH; however, the availability of more recent clinical trial data makes these studies less important.2, 9, 32, 33 In vitro and animal studies have examined a potential role for nettle extract in prostate cancer, suggesting inhibition of adenosine deaminase as a further mechanism of action.32, 34, Most trials have been of open-label design, and few high-quality clinical trials using U. dioica alone compared with standard therapy have been conducted. (I take meds for very low thyroid, as nettle infusions, even daily, do not improve condition). 2. But they are definitely the herb that shifted the balance. So I saved some and this fall I sowed the seeds in likely spots near me. A German doc, working at a home for the aged, heard about this in the mid-1900's, and thought, hmmm, interesting, "Nurse! As will 1 teaspoon, or, if he's an adult, as will 1 tablespoon. Hello! See this blogpost for details. Mix some dried nettle seeds with good quality salt, experiment to find your favorite proportions, 1 part salt to 3-5 parts nettle works well or 1 part salt to one part nettle if you prefer. I use it routinely for adrenal exhaustion and as a kidney support with great results, also use it in preference to anything else as a diuretic because it is not only healing to the kidney but also preserves the potassium levels in the kidney unlike many other diuretics which don't. Nutritive tonic- restores the body and adds nutrients. So I used gloves while working my nettle seed, because if you handle lots of nettles, dried or fresh, your hands will tingle for about a week unless you protect them. Nettles, I haven’t really seen any difference in the different types. Here is to a wild, invasive, highly useful medicinal food. Alternative practitioners believe that stinging nettles can reduce pain and inflammation associated with both infectious and non-infection conditions. Anemia 6. I've only ever picked the long green hanging strands and dried them, haven't bothered with ripe seed at all. This is just wonderful, Henriette. Dunno about the Sahara, Antarctis, or wherever you are at. You should talk with your health care provider for complete information about the risks and benefits of using this product. Extracts are recommended to be taken daily for 3- 6 months which may lower high cholesterol and triglycerides associated with hypothyroid. Related entry: Picking nettle seed - Nettle greens - Nettle seed from Finland - Celeriac nettle soup. Nettles sting because they're covered in tiny hairs, which are hollow and filled with something very close to formic acid. I work for the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia® and we are researching a monograph on Urtica dioica. Dosages of 600 mg of freeze-dried nettle leaf have been used in a clinical trial for allergic rhinitis. For children, pregnant women, or those not wanting to consume alcohol, it can be poured into a hot liquid like tea to evaporate the alcohol before consuming. A few questions: 1. does tincturing affect the availability of protein? As far as I know you can't buy them in Europe, which is why I'm so detailed in my here's how you pick your own -blogpost. This material is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. 20, 21, 22, 23, Experiments in rats, including induced pancreatitis, colitis, and biliary obstruction, showed that nettle extracts reduce proinflammatory cytokines and markers, and also protect against tissue damage.24, 25, 26, Limited clinical trials using nettle leaves to reduce pain associated with osteoarthritis have been conducted.27, 28 The methodological quality of these small studies is limited29, 30; however, further clinical trials may be warranted based on self-reported measures.31, Experimental studies suggest a number of possible mechanisms of action of nettle extracts in managing symptoms of BPH. It has dark green serrated leaves that grow opposite one another along the stalk and bristles that transmit irritating principles upon contact. Talk with your healthcare provider before using this product if you are taking lithium. 2. can nettle seed be safely used in conjunction with THYROID MEDICATION? The horses got shiny pelts and springy steps. The tender tips of young nettles have been used as a cooked potherb in salads. Nettles as a Diuretic. Everything other than the Iodine is in a proprietary blend, so the exact values of each ingredient are not available. Nettle Seed Honey. 6. Nettle is especially good for those with an underactive thyroid because it helps to reverse an iodine deficiency. This product may be unsafe when used before surgery or other medical procedures. The nettle plant has an erect stalk that grows up to 1 m in height. And Jim McDonald uses a combination of fresh nettle herb tincture and fresh milky oats tincture where I'd use nettle seed. if wanted. Ever since I read about that German doc I've use nettle seeds for run-down, overly tired, burned-out, or just bone-weary people -- folks who would do things if they just had the energy for it. I let the nettle seeds soak in yogurth for up to 8 hours, they become soft and I can bite on them, I think that this way all the goodness may be better absorbed by the body; am I doing the right thing? Possibly. U. dioica and U. urens are botanically very similar; they are often distributed together in the wild and considered therapeutically interchangeable. No alterations in prostate-specific antigen or testosterone levels were reported in a clinical trial.35, Other industry-sponsored clinical studies have used combination preparations, such as saw palmetto with nettle extract, and demonstrated a positive but small effect on nocturia in BPH (absolute reduction of 0.2 voids per night; P = 0.0015).38, American Urological Association guidelines for the management of BPH conclude that there are not sufficient high-quality, single-extract clinical trials using U. dioica to recommend or discourage its use in the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms secondary to BPH.39, Nettles have traditionally been used for their diuretic and hypotensive effects. You can add other things to make it really lovely, such as ground celery seeds, any dried herbs you like or even ground sesame seeds to make it like a Gomashio. Dunno if yours work, but I _know_ that mine do. Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times, such as to treat arthritis and back pain. J Herb Pharmacother 2005;5:1-11. Physical and mental stamina is usually increased, and exertion may seem more enjoyable to the individual. Perhaps if you registered with Wiley Online Library..... I’m very much interested in that article! Tendonitis Although researc… But I have no idea just how much to give him. That's a prime example of a plant that's ripe for picking. This should work for the lungs, the digestion and the urinary tract.". Thanks! Before starting a natural treatment for low iron, be sure to have your vet take a blood sample and have it tested. Doctors can also adjust the dosage, assess potential side effects, and determine if the supplement increases any health risks. Nettle: A Great Herb For Cats and Dogs. It is important to fully inform your doctor about the herbal, vitamins, mineral or any other supplements you are taking before any kind of surgery or medical procedure. Reduced inflammation in induced paw edema was also demonstrated. The youthfulness of course disappeared once the animals got to their new homes - no nettle seed. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
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