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If you’re just joining us, don’t miss Stinging Nettle Part 1: What It Is and Its Health Benefits. We covered how stinging nettle has been used in times past for ailments such as excessive menstruation, pneumonia, asthma, sciatica, arthritic joints, and lumbago pain.
Today we’re going to give you some ideas how you can use this useful herb in your kitchen. Read more. . .