Nettle Root (50:1) Extract
Supports Natural Healing*
Promotes Healthy Hair Growth*
Supports Healthy Skin*
What is Nettle Root?The nettle plant is also known as Urtica dioica  and its extract has been used as a traditional tonic in many cultures. In recent times, the nettle plant gained worldwide recognition but it originates from the colder regions of Europe and Asia. The plant blossoms from June to September in most places and the root is mostly used in the treatment of various health conditions. Other parts of the plant are important as well. The leaves (even though they sting) are used in the preparation of stews by various communities worldwide. The Nettle Root extract has gained worldwide recognition due to its many health benefits. *
How could Nettle Root Extract Support My Health?Nettle Root extract has been regarded as one of the super herbs of the modern world. Research suggests health benefits may include prostate and urinary health, hormone support, bone health, allergy support, healthy skin, pregnancy and women's health. *
Suggested Usage / Dosage
The recommended dosage for this extract is 20 - 100 mg for up to two to three times daily on an empty stomach.
Interactions / Side EffectsOur Nettle Root extract should not be used in combination with pharmaceutical drugs unless prescribed by your registered health professional.
Ideal Storage Conditions
Use a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
2-years from Date of Manufacture.
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