Panacea Nettle Tincture

Panacea Nettle Tincture

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Boost your immune system & discover the healing properties of Organic Nettle Leaf Tincture. Made from wildcrafted nettle leaf and organic ethyl alcohol from grapes using sustainable practices, this tincture is a natural and effective solution for seasonal allergies, arthritis, muscle cramps, anemia, & more.


  • Supports joint health and reduces inflammation.
  • Promotes healthy digestion and relieves stomach issues.
  • Supports urinary tract health.
  • Provides antioxidant support.
  • May help manage allergies.
  • Supports healthy skin and hair.
  • Boosts immune function.
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Organic: 100%
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Nettle or Urtica dioica (official Latin name) has been used for centuries for its therapeutic and immune-boosting properties. Nettle extract is made by steeping nettle leaves in an alcohol-based solution for a period of 4-6 weeks. The active ingredients in nettle dissolve in the alcohol solution, creating a colored liquid that contains the properties of the herb. The extract is then filtered, removing the plant material and leaving only the active ingredient. This extract can be used internally as a dietary supplement or topically for the treatment of skin problems. Nettle extract has a high concentration of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that support the immune system. Nettle is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, which can relieve allergies, eczema, and arthritis. In addition, nettle's calcium and iron content can help with muscle cramps and anemia. Continuous consumption of nettle extract is recommended for a prolonged period of time for maximum effectiveness. The use of the herb nettle has a long history in traditional medicine as a natural remedy for various ailments. Scientific research has shown that certain compounds found in sage, such as flavonoids, fatty acids, and polysaccharides, have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can help support the immune system and treat various health conditions. Nettle leaf tincture can be a natural way to support the immune system and relieve various health issues. It is known for its therapeutic properties, such as its anti-inflammatory action and support for the immune system. However, as with any herbal product, it is important to follow the usage and dosage instructions provided on the packaging. Nettle leaf tincture is superior to nettle tea for various reasons: Active compounds: The extract contains the active compounds of nettle in a much more concentrated form than tea. Therefore, a small amount of extract can provide the same benefits as a large number of cups of tea. Absorption: The extract is absorbed much more effectively by the body compared to tea. This is because the active substances in sage are more soluble in alcohol and water than in water alone, which is what tea is made of. Overall, nettle leaf extract can be a natural and effective way to support the immune system and relieve various health issues. However, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before using nettle leaf extract or any other herbal product, especially if you have any underlying medical conditions or are taking medications.

1. Shake the bottle well before using to ensure that the nettle extract is evenly distributed.
2. You can consume the tincture straight, but if you prefer, you can dilute it in water, juice, or another beverage of your choice.
varies based on concentration and age, but generally ranges between45 to 90 drops per day divided into 3 doses. Extra tip: It is suggested to take a break from using tinctures after 3 weeks of continuous use, or to use them for 2 months and then take a month
They can be stored for up to 5 years if kept in a hermetically sealed bottle under proper conditions.
Tinctures, due to their higher concentration of active ingredients and immediate absorbability, are deemed more effective than herbal mixtures.
Although tinctures have beneficial therapeutic effects, they also have potential side effects, and require careful administration, especially if used concurrently with anticoagulants or medication for stomach ulcers.
It is not advisable to use tinctures in children or pregnant women, or in individuals with liver issues (cirrhosis), due to their alcohol content.
For proper administration of tinctures, it is important to consult a physician or pharmacist.

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