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Nettle, a nutrient-rich herbaceous plant, is celebrated for its diverse range of physical uses in herbal medicine and culinary applications. Rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, nettle is commonly used to alleviate symptoms of allergies, particularly hay fever, due to its natural antihistamine properties. It is also valued for its ability to support urinary health and relieve symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in men. Nettle's anti-inflammatory properties make it beneficial for reducing arthritis pain and easing muscle and joint discomfort. Additionally, nettle is known for its detoxifying effects, supporting liver function and promoting healthy digestion. Culinary uses of nettle include adding it to soups, stews, teas, and smoothies, providing a nutrient boost to dishes. With its wide array of potential health benefits, nettle remains a staple in natural health practices worldwide.


In magical practices, nettle is revered for its potent spiritual properties and associations with protection, healing, and abundance. Its prickly nature and ability to sting are symbolic of its protective qualities, making it a powerful herb for warding off negative energies and psychic attacks. Nettle is also believed to have strong connections to the element of fire, embodying vitality, courage, and strength. It is often used in rituals and spells for physical and emotional healing, promoting resilience and vitality. Additionally, nettle is associated with prosperity and abundance, and it may be incorporated into rituals and charms aimed at attracting wealth and success. Whether carried as an amulet, burned as incense, or brewed into teas, nettle is esteemed for its ability to amplify intentions and bring about positive transformation in magical workings.




Physical Uses: Energy, gout, skin

Spiritual Uses: Confidence, reversal, psychic protection

Chakra: Third eye, Sacral

Deities: Thor, Loki

Nettle (Urtica Dioica) 1oz