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Stinging Nettle

Extract of freshly harvested Urtica dioica

Urtica Stinging Nettle
Urtica Stinging Nettle
  • Made from freshly harvested Urtica dioica (stinging nettle) herb
  • Organically grown
  • Botanical food supplement

Stinging Nettle (Urtica drops) has been used traditionally as a therapeutic herb for a myriad of health complaints ranging from the more serious to improving the appearance and quality of hair.  

50ml (in stock) £ 10.50

Product reviews

Urtica (Stinging Nettle) tincture

Customer rating:

18th June 2019

“Find it difficult to swallow”

Kean Archibald

Response from A.Vogel: Are you mixing it in water?

Urtica (Stinging Nettle) tincture

Customer rating:

20th April 2019

“I needed an alternative to soya to help with menopause symptoms, and this does the job well, and doesn't cost as much which is even better.”

Sharon Coote

Urtica (Stinging Nettle) tincture

Customer rating:

27th February 2019

“The product is up to the usual high standard I would expect, it is priced well, and is helping relieve the symptoms I have.”

Sharon Coote, North Yorkshire

Response from A.Vogel: Really pleased to hear that Urtica is helping you.

Urtica (Stinging Nettle) tincture

Customer rating:

28th February 2018

“Stinging nettle tincture was recommended to me to help with kidney stones. Since I started taking it I have had no discomfort. In fact my last scan shows they have reduced in size. (I have also made dietary changes - no animal protein, lots of lemon water etc.)”

Susan Moorhead

Response from A.Vogel: Urtica is great blood tonic and diuretic so we were pleased to read that it has helped you. We would point out: anyone with issues such as kidney stones, should always seek advice from a health care professional, before using any type of remedy.

Urtica (Stinging Nettle) tincture

Customer rating:

12th May 2017

“It takes bit of time to reduce the gout attack but surely works.”

Response from A.Vogel: Brilliant result, hopefully as time goes on the attacks will become less and less.

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