https://www.researchgate.net/public...https://booksc.xyz/book/65188138/a8... You must have JavaScript enabled to use this form. But hopw does it work? The current therapy here is methylphenidate or dexamphetamine, stimulants. - posted in Supplements: I'm taking 25mg DHEA once a day, and I want to take Nettle root to act as a aromatase inhibitor. One of its medical applications is its efficacy in curing hypothyroidism hyperthyroidism both. 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? 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). 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. The regular seeds, in doses of 14 or 16, and repeated three times daily, are highly recommended as a remedy for goiter. Inhaling them is no problem, but after you've been rubbing for a while you notice that you get a layer of dust on your face, and that dust itches. are there microscopic bugs on the nettle leaves or was that guy who told me drunk? Oh Hetta, I just love you and your blog! The nettle plant has an erect stalk that grows up to 1 m in height. Doctors can also adjust the dosage, assess potential side effects, and determine if the supplement increases any health risks. A German doc, working at a home for the aged, heard about this in the mid-1900's, and thought, hmmm, interesting, "Nurse! The standard adult dose we take is 1/2 to 1 teaspoon up to three times a day as needed. Can't upload and because it is not available to the general public I cannot post a link. Why do you say that seeds that have gone black are too far past? The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. A nice herb, nettle. Applications. 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. Nettles are primarily known for their ability to induce acute urticaria following contact with exposed skin. It has been used as an herbal remedy for thousands of years. Muscle and joint pain 2. Claims of activity against diabetes, cancer, eczema, rheumatism, hair loss, and aging have not been substantiated. It does NOT include all information about the possible uses, directions, warnings, precautions, interactions, adverse effects, or risks that may apply to this product. I first encountered your blog in 2005 when looking for nettle seed tincture to buy. Medieval herbals tell of nettle seeds' use for frostbite. Talk with your healthcare provider before using this product if you are taking lithium. Thank you for your valuable contributions to Herb Digest. I'm sure I've seen German references to the horse peddlers, too, but I don't have all my old books anymore. Nutritive tonic- restores the body and adds nutrients. Nettle seeds are suitable for children. I'm a homoeopath and had a patient with adrenal exhaustion and kidney function on the border of failure and dialysis. Some of the claims are better supported by research than others. I have only found true diotica utica at a three mile walk from me. -Henriette 22Sep06. Anti-allergic– reduces allergic symptoms via mast cell stabilization. Make your own stinging nettle tea by steeping one tablespoon of the dried herb to one cup of water for about 10 minutes. However, clinical trials are limited. 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. Shrug, it's nettle, and fairly young nettle. Lectins isolated from the seeds and leaves of nettle have been evaluated for a potential role in the management of diabetes. There are no clinical data regarding the use of nettle in cardiovascular conditions. When you rub nettle seed (and some green leaf) through a sieve some of the itchy hairs go as dust into the air. Nettle root dosage? This should work for the lungs, the digestion and the urinary tract.". As to separating from the rest, that's what the sieve is for; that takes care of dried snailshells, black leaves, the strings the seeds were growing on, and all the rest. if wanted. 1-2 tablespoons of dried nettle seed a day to all our inmates please." Hi Here is to a wild, invasive, highly useful medicinal food. Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times, such as to treat arthritis and back pain. 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. However, most supplements recommend 250-750 mg. Back in the 1800s dishonest horse peddlers in Germany, Hungary and Ireland (and probably other places) used to give 1-2 handsful of nettle seed a day to horses for about 2 weeks before they took them to market. 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.) Extracts are recommended to be taken daily for 3- 6 months which may lower high cholesterol and triglycerides associated with hypothyroid. See this blogpost for details. http://www.henriettes-herb.com - Copyright 1995–2020 Henriette Kress. Just thought I'd give some feedback and answer the question on whether the tincture works in place of the seeds. In addition, a column extraction of stinging nettle roots using benzene as an eluent afforded efficient enzyme inhibiting activity. You may also consider consulting a practitioner who is … Henriette's herbal is one of the oldest and largest herbal medicine sites on the net. Gout 5. Alternative practitioners believe that stinging nettles can reduce pain and inflammation associated with both infectious and non-infection conditions. Thanks for this wonderful article on Nettle Seed. Perhaps if you registered with Wiley Online Library..... I’m very much interested in that article! Last updated on Apr 21, 2020. LM. Styptic– stops bleeding when applied to a wound. So I'd picked the last nettles (Urtica dioica) in seed a couple weeks ago and hung them up to dry. The hairs of nettles break easily, and when they do they get very sharp edges. 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. Nettle: A Great Herb For Cats and Dogs. The dose for an adult (about 70 kg) is from a pinch to a tablespoon. Haven't used tincture, dunno if that'd work in exhaustion. Physical and mental stamina is usually increased, and exertion may seem more enjoyable to the individual. Extracts of the leaves have been used topically for the treatment of rheumatic disorders. Data sources include IBM Watson Micromedex (updated 2 Nov 2020), Cerner Multum™ (updated 2 Nov 2020), ASHP (updated 23 Oct 2020) and others. Screening studies have evaluated nettle extracts for antiproliferative effect with varying results.11, 89 While activity in human prostate cancer cells has been demonstrated,90 no clinically important apoptosis in human cancer cell lines has been reported,89 and no relationship between flavonoid content and antiproliferative effects has been noted.12 Animal and human studies are lacking. 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. 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. We use only wild nettle seeds in our products. -thanks. Authors: Marina Franciskovik et al This information relates to an herbal, vitamin, mineral or other dietary supplement. Follow the directions on the package label or use the lowest effective dose. Nettles, I haven’t really seen any difference in the different types. Take extra caution when receiving treatment for hormone-sensitive cancer or thyroid disease. Dosage: 1/2–1 teaspoon of fresh or dried seeds sprinkled into salads, soups, stews, etc. If you’re still available to email it, I’d very much appreciate it! I'm taking them in conjunction with minerals, appropriate diet and other herbs of course. It'd be nice if the seed were useful instead. 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. Enlarged prostate 9. And his patients got interested in life again, got the energy to do things, and some of them even got some fire back into their libido. Adverse effects have been documented. Most products on the market give you 500 mg per capsule. I possibly never would have thought of eating Nettle Seeds if it wasn't for this post. Hi - just stumbled upon this blog post while trying to find out any info on Nettle Seed *dosage* - not many hits on ye ol' World Wide Web. 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. 9. i would like to know if mother nature provides a cure in nettle seeds. Nettle: Dosage, Dosage . 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. Arthritis 4. Love that! Res. turmeric, echinacea, saw palmetto, milk thistle, Ginkgo Biloba. Drink two or three cups each day. Nettle Seed Honey. Adverse effects have been documented; nettle is a reputed abortifacient and has demonstrated effects on androgen and estrogen metabolism.2, 97, Case reports are lacking2; however, the American College of Cardiology Foundation recommends caution because of possible potentiation of diuretic effects.98 In an experiment with rat platelets, crude aqueous extracts and the isolated flavonoids inhibited platelet aggregation40; however, an in vitro study using human blood samples found no effect on platelet function.41 Studies in rats found some effect of the seed extract on the cytochrome P450 enzyme system and on glutathione S-transferase, suggesting potential for interactions.99, Nettles are primarily known for their ability to induce acute urticaria following contact with exposed skin, which generally resolves spontaneously and is caused by the release of histamine, serotonin, and choline from the hairs and spines of the leaves and stem. And that's just a tablespoon of nettle seed. 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”. Appreciate the offer none the less! Patients should not take guggul while pregnant, breastfeeding, or receiving hormone replacement therapy. 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. (I take meds for very low thyroid, as nettle infusions, even daily, do not improve condition). Scientific Name(s): Urtica dioica L., Urtica urens L.Common Name(s): Nettle, Soii (Kashmiri), Stinging nettle. Reductions in the plasma level of sex hormone–binding globulin involved in binding of circulating androgens and estrogen have occurred. There is currently no recommended dose, because so many nettle products have varying amounts of active ingredients. I don't look at the color of the seeds themselves - when they're heavy enough to hang down they're ready to pick. Nettle seed are so packed with nutrients that one teaspoon a day is enough. take a mortar and pestle and grind em(or a coffee grinder) up to release the nutrients so that the body may absorb. 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. Nettles are considered to be nourishing plants and have been used to treat scurvy. The youthfulness of course disappeared once the animals got to their new homes - no nettle seed. David Winston uses it for kidney trouble, which is a different kind of horse. 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. Always consult your healthcare provider to ensure the information displayed on this page applies to your personal circumstances. Clinical trials for BPH have used aqueous extracts of U. dioica root in dosages of 360 mg daily over 6 months and methanol root extract in dosages of 600 to 1,200 mg daily for 6 to 9 weeks. Stinging nettle might have an effect like a water pill or "diuretic." 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. If you did that would be terrific. Nettle is an herb, widely known for its medical properties. just curious... Here are 6 evidence-based benefits of stinging nettle. The following are the medicinal actions of nettle leaf and a definition of each for more clarity. Tendonitis Although researc… You'll find microbes and fungal spores on everything. This product may adversely interact with certain health and medical conditions, other prescription and over-the-counter drugs, foods, or other dietary supplements. 4. Among the conditions stinging nettles are purported to treat are: 1. Amazingly, some herbalist are finding the seeds help heal damaged kidneys — wow! Hoppe (1975) says to use nettle seeds for skin problems, rheumatism, small wounds and inflammation. You should talk with your health care provider for complete information about the risks and benefits of using this product. The Nettle Herb Remedy. Possibly. Concerning seeds, it is preferable to eat at the small spoon with honey to benefit from all the active principles. The whole package should be green; if it's black you're out picking way too late. Also, I am wondering how to determine the appropriate time to collect and dry the seeds. Published online 24 May 2017 in Wiley Online Library 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. At the right dose, nettle seed is quite centering. With ADD/ADHD, you can always try it short-time and see how the person does on it. Which makes sense in its own way, too: milky oats is an excellent nerve restorer, and Jim uses herbs specifically, in drop doses, where fresh herb tinctures are at their very best. And Jim McDonald uses a combination of fresh nettle herb tincture and fresh milky oats tincture where I'd use nettle seed. Nettle Seed Benefits. 1. This information is not specific medical advice and does not replace information you receive from your health care provider. 5. The dose, of properly de-stinged nettle seed, is 1-2 tablespoons nettle seed a day in yogurt, thick juice or similar. Supplementation & Dosage Forms of Stinging Nettle. One study35 showed a modest reduction in prostate size when measured via transrectal ultrasound. This gave the horses shiny pelts and a youthful appearance, and brought a handsome price. 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. Last season I picked some seed and dried them, and tried them once but not in yogurt, possibily they stayed on the glass. Wow, I can stand up without passing out now.... thank you! There are no recommendations for correct dosage of stinging nettle for increasing testosterone. This post is old so it’s a long shot. Urinary tract infections 8. Nettle can be consumed in form of an herbal tea prepared by adding nettle, tea leaves, sugar and milk to boiling water. Nettles Dosage When considering the use of herbal supplements, seek the advice of your doctor. So I saved some and this fall I sowed the seeds in likely spots near me. 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? I work for the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia® and we are researching a monograph on Urtica dioica. The tender tips of young nettles have been used as a cooked potherb in salads. Thank you for any information you can obtain for me, Nettles are perennial plants native to Europe and found throughout the United States and parts of Canada. This brings up a discussion about using the whole herb versus certain parts of the herb. i know about the working on kidneys and adrenals, but is there another story? I think I will have to get gloves that go up to my elbow. The roots and stem have little action, while the leaves and seeds demonstrate high activity. As to green vs brown, dunno. 2. Dunno about the Sahara, Antarctis, or wherever you are at. Well, the adrenals sit on top of the kidneys, it sort of makes sense that the seeds would help both. 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. That's a prime example of a plant that's ripe for picking. Subscribe to Drugs.com newsletters for the latest medication news, new drug approvals, alerts and updates. This material is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. i'm looking for information about david winston's use of nettle seed for kindey failure. 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. Anybody has suggestions or links to find what dosage might I start with? Not all studies showed improved maximal urinary flow rate. Treatment is the same for anemia as for allergies, at 1/2 tsp of dried leaves per cup of food. Nettles are primarily used in the management of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), diabetes, and arthritis. “What part of nettles do you use to root the seed or the leaf and who prepared and the dosage?” In the Nettles, the roots and the leaf are the most commonly used. 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. Formic acid gives normal ants their sting - dunno what fireants use, but it must be something with a bit more, ahem, sting. I think it's enough that it works. It has dark green serrated leaves that grow opposite one another along the stalk and bristles that transmit irritating principles upon contact. The stinging trichomes of nettle contain amines, including histamine, serotonin, and choline. This could increase how much lithium is in the body and result in serious side effects. This information does not endorse this product as safe, effective, or approved for treating any patient or health condition. Pic: Nettle seed climbing up the sides of a glass of water. Today (or actually, last week by the time you get to read this) I worked them through a sieve. 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