The healthy properties of Nettle Tea


Has anyone tried our Organic Nettle Tea? Nettle tea wakes up your whole body, clean the blood, refreshing and nourishing every human cell! Nettle includes almost all known vitamins and minerals necessary for human health and growth and has the most chlorophyll of any herb. It nourishes the entire body as well as nourishes us in a way that allows receptivity to the natural energetic flow of our Spirit.


The taste is deep which reaches with the infusion as a dark green color approaching black. The high magnesium content may be the reason for nettle tea’s ability to reduce the severity and occurrence of leg cramps as well as menstrual cramps. It is also beneficial in menorrhagia. This tea boosts circulation and hair growth while adding shine to the hair and skin as well. Nettle tea is also considered to be an excellent tonic for women; it is a wonderful choice during pregnancy…

So many benefits of Nettle Tea

Nettle is beneficial as a spring tonic and rejuvenator. It has a supportive effect on the immune system, the circulation, the urinary tract, nervous system, respiratory tract, digestive system and the endocrine system. Nettle tea fights coughs and tuberculosis. It is also sometimes used to loosen congestion and open the bronchial airways in people with asthma or allergies. It counters arthritis, rheumatism, tendonitis and other disorders of the muscles and joints. Nettle tea can also be of great help to those who suffer from diabetes, because it leads to the decrease of blood sugar and implicitly, of the glycemic level. Stinging nettle tea is an effective natural diuretic and diuretics are often used to lower blood pressure.


Nettle is known for its ability to relieve symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), a condition in which the prostate becomes enlarged and causes men to develop problems with urination. Nettle helps men to urinate more successfully during the day, and thus helps eliminate another annoying symptom of BPH—frequent nighttime urination.

As a daily tea (3x/day), nettle’s high mineral content nourish whole the body

Nettle tea benefits anemic, undernourished individuals. It is used for chronic respiratory, digestive and urinary tract illnesses that involve excessive mucus. Nettle is used for hay fever, asthma, arthritis and edema, and best used for long term in treating chronic illnesses.

Cool nettle tea is a wonderful diuretic high in potassium, helping it effectively release excessive water and edema from the body without depleting potassium levels, as most diuretic medications do. This makes it useful for urinary problems such as stopped urine, gravel, bladder and kidney infections and enlarged prostate. The young greens make a nutritious and tasty food in soups, stir-fry, steamed and in casseroles. Long term use this herb is necessary for true effects in malnutrition.

Nettle Tea can relieve acne and other skin issues

It has been established that Nettle Tea can relieve acne and other skin issues very effectively. Nettle tea does this by cleansing your kidneys and your blood which in turn gives you healthy skin. It accomplishes this as it’s a natural detox and anti-inflammatory.

Nettle tea during pregnancy

Nettle will aid kidneys, nourish the mother and fetus, ease leg cramps and muscle spasms, reduce hemorrhoids, decrease pain during and after birth, prevent hemorrhage after birth, and increase richness and amount of breast milk. It also prevents kidney and bladder infections, prevents anemia, and glucosuria. Nettles are high in vitamins A, C, K, calcium, potassium, and iron. Use in smaller amounts during pregnancy.

To purchase Organic Nettle Tea or any other Organic Herbal Tea, please email Tanja at

3oz = $12




  • Herbal medicine from the Heart of the Earth; Dr. Sharol Marie Tilgner
  • Healing with the herbs of life; Lesley Tierra

By Tanja Kraljic Strgacic,

Ayurvedic Practitioner


About lightofayurveda

Tanja Kraljic Strgacic is an Ayurvedic Health Practicioner from the California College of Ayurveda (CCA), a California state-approved college for the study of Ayurveda. She is also certified Ayurvedic Massage and Body Therapist from CCA, and has Reiki Level 1 and 2. Tanya is a member of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association. How I come to Ayurveda? My journey down the path of healing arts started in 1995 when I discovered meditation and macrobiotic philosophy. Along the way, I attended many healing courses, yoga and vedic studies, and learned a lot about aromatherapy, herbalism, massage and energy work. After I finished my studies at the University of Political Science in Zagreb, Croatia, I continued my work as a journalist for a daily newspaper and as a free-lance reporter for many magazines. For the last 15 years I used my knowledge to combine spiritual ways in my busy corporate lifestyle. After 15 stressfull but successful years in journalism I was ready to achieve a spiritual balance and bring more quality in my Life. Life & Love brought me to America. Here I finished Ayurvedic education at California College of Ayurveda. It is my pleasure to go along with you on Your Path of balancing body, mind and soul. Once balanced, you can fill life's fulfillment, great energy and infinite happiness. I am here to educate you, guide and encourage you on your path to balancing body, soul and mind. I truly believe none of us was born to suffer or be sick. We are here to feel and experience this beautiful world from within and without. We are here to experience ultimate health which brings us to realize our Path. We all are small copy of infinite Universe. In each of us reside small piece of Universe, a bit of God... Allow the simple grace of your being. Allow yourself to receive the Light of the Infinite... Light of Ayurveda. Come see me for an Ayurvedic Consultations or/and Ayurveda Bliss Therapy.. Following Healing Call of Nature, With Love & Light, Tanja Kraljic Strgacic Ayurvedic Practitioner Ayurvedic Massage & Body Therapist

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