Claire begins her post with:
“If you’ve ever brushed by a patch of stinging nettles, or grabbed some unknowingly in your garden, you know the extraordinary discomfort that they can cause (the thought of the feeling alone makes me wince.) Strangely enough, this prickly plant has shown promising evidence as a means of actually relievingdiscomfort, joint pain in particular. It helps relieve the pain in sore joints because it contains active compounds that reduce inflammatory cytokines. “
She then explains how the active compounds in nettle tea help to relieve joint pain. She then explains how to make Nettle Tea. Stinging nettle has been used for medicinal purposes since at least 3 B.C. Stinging nettle tea is also often recommended to relieve joint pain.
To see the complete post and recipe, visit the Take the Sting Out of Your Joint Pain with Nettle Tea link below.
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