Roots & Leaves Can Be Used For Tea
Chlorine Free Teabags
Nettle is native to North America and Europe. This North American variety is known as Stinging Nettle because of the stinging hairs on its stem. In fact, Ceasar's troops introduced nettle to Britain because they thought they would need to fail themselves with it to keep warm. While both it's leaves and roots may be used for tea, its common to use the leaves.
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