altapharma Brennnessel Tee


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altapharma nettle tea

Product Description and Details

Nettle tea, also known as stinging nettle tea, is a herbal infusion made from the leaves and sometimes the roots of the nettle plant (Urtica dioica). Nettle plants are known for their stinging hairs that can cause a temporary stinging sensation when touched, but once dried or steeped in hot water, the stinging properties are neutralized, and the leaves can be used to make a flavorful and healthful tea.



The primary ingredient in nettle tea is the nettle plant itself. The leaves and roots are harvested, dried, and then used to create the tea. Some blends might include additional herbs for flavor or health benefits.

Flavor Profile

Nettle tea is known for its earthy, somewhat grassy taste with a hint of natural sweetness. It might remind some people of spinach or other leafy greens.

Health Benefits

Nettle tea is often consumed for its potential health benefits, which include:


Nettle leaves are rich in vitamins (such as A, C, and K) and minerals (such as iron, calcium, and magnesium).

Potential Anti-Inflammatory

Nettle tea is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties that may benefit conditions like arthritis.

Supports Urinary Health

Nettle tea is thought to have diuretic properties that may support urinary tract health.

Allergy Relief

Some people use nettle tea to alleviate allergy symptoms due to its potential antihistamine effects.


To prepare nettle tea, dried nettle leaves or tea bags are steeped in hot water for a few minutes, typically around 5-7 minutes, depending on personal preference. The longer the steep, the stronger the flavor and potential health benefits.


Nettle tea is naturally caffeine-free, making it a suitable choice for those looking to avoid caffeine.


Nettle tea can be found in various forms, including loose leaf, tea bags, and pre-packaged blends with other herbs or flavors.


Nettle tea is commonly available in health food stores, specialty tea shops, and online retailers.


While nettle tea is generally considered safe, individuals taking medication or with certain medical conditions should consult a healthcare professional before adding nettle tea to their routine. Also, individuals who are allergic to plants in the Urticaceae family should avoid nettle tea.

Always refer to the packaging or the manufacturer’s instructions for specific preparation and usage details.

Remember that the information provided here is general and should not replace professional medical advice. If you have specific health concerns or questions, it’s best to consult a healthcare professional.

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