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AAH Nettle
Primarily called stinging nettle or nettle, Urtica dioica is a member of the family Urticaceae and is native to Europe and Eurasia. Stinging nettle has been used as a vegetable and folk remedy since ancient times.

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Additional ABC Stinging Nettle Resources

Stinging Nettle herb and leaf monograph from The Complete German Commission E Monographs—Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines

Stinging Nettle root monograph from The Complete German Commission E Monographs—Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines

Stinging Nettle herb and leaf monograph from Herbal Medicine: Expanded Commission E Monographs

Stinging Nettle root monograph from Herbal Medicine: Expanded Commission E Monographs


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Articles

Stinging Nettle Profile. 2016; 110:8-17

HerbClip reviews

Review of Nettle Herb: Safety and Efficacy. HC# 070575-347, February 29, 2008

Review of Stinging Nettle Root Extract Efficacy for BPH. HC# 080671-336, Septermber 14, 2007

Long Term Use of Stinging Nettle Improves Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms. HC# 040664-317, November 29, 2006

Review of Urtica spp. (Nettles). HC# 070541-268, November 15, 2004

Fresh Stinging Nettle May Be Effective in Treating Some Osteoarthritis Pain. HC# 080613-202, September 22, 2001

Review of Stinging Nettle. HC# 092881-151, February 22, 1999

Nettle Leaves Show Antiinflammatory Effect Against Arthritis in Clinical Study. HC# 022382-132, April 8, 1998

Nettle Monograph. HC# 012881-128, February 13, 1998

 


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