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Nettle Published: 18th Feb, 2013  
Tired? Bloated? Anemic? Meet Nettle, the tea with mettle and metal. Nettle is one of nature's wonder plants, with so many outstanding properties and such dense nutritional content, it's difficult to ensure that we name each outstanding benefit! But if we could choose one word to describe this mighty herb, we would call it a "cleanser." As you sip at your nettle tea, it seeps its way into the circulatory system, purifying the blood, and in many cases eliminating the skin oils which cause acne. But nettle isn't just a one trick pony; once it gets going on your blood, it moves onto some heavier lifting, cleansing the liver, kidney and bladder. As a powerful diuretic, it helps your body release excess water, making it that much easier to lose your lingering muffin top. And with high levels of iron, magnesium, vitamins A C & K, you'll have more energy then ever to stick it to the couch and hit the gym instead. You can breathe a little easier on the treadmill too, knowing that the cup of nettle tea you enjoyed also loosened up your respiratory system, curbing asthma and sinus issues. Glow from the inside out with nettle tea, nature's not so secret ingredient to longevity and purity.

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