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FMTV - Nettle Infusion

Nettle Infusion

Series: Herbs for Balance: Hormone Balancing Recipes | Episode: 2 | Runtime: 07m 41s | Release date: 2017

Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this recipe. You can sail easily through menopause with a daily dose of this nettle tea.

Stinging nettles are deeply restorative for many of our body's systems by providing a variety of phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals. They are also supportive of the adrenals, kidneys and urinary tract and as an added bonus make a delicious tonic that can be enjoyed at any time.

Featuring:

Magdalena Wszelaki
Michelle Lyons

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Yvonne Jones | 8 months ago
Where would you suggest buying dried stinging nettle in canada?
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 8 months ago
Hi Yvonne, you can try and check it out in your local health food store :) ~ Iris
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Cindy Magnin | 8 months ago
how is this herb dried? In a dehydrator? Does it need to be dried before you make the tea?
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 8 months ago
Hi Cindy! Yes, you may air dry the stinging nettles by gathering 5-6 stems and tie together with kitchen string. Hang the bundles in a clean, dry and dark place. If using a dehydrator, spread the leaves on the drying trays. Then, set the temperature at its lowest setting and dry for 12 to 18 hours. Hope this helps! ~ Jasmin
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Desiree Butzer | 8 months ago
Thanks so much xx we have an abundance in our garden. In South Africa it comes up in our Autumn, my husband loves it, i will surely be drinking more of it now xx
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Andrea Alicer | FMTV | 8 months ago
Hi, Desiree! Great to hear that! :) ~ Andrea
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sibel elçin | 8 months, 1 week ago
Shall we wait 24 hour for infusion outside or in the refridgrator? Thnks
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Karelle | FMTV | 8 months, 1 week ago
Hello Sibel. Simply keep your tea in a jar with a tightly closed lid for up to 24 hours. You can refrigerate the leftover. :) ~ Karelle
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