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The use of nettle in folk medicine can be traced back to hundreds of years ago, with its mention by Greek physicians Dioscorides (first century C.E.) and Galen (ca. 130-200 C.E.) who reported that nettle leaves had diuretic action and again in the Anglo-Saxon 'Nine herbs charm' by its old English name 'stithe' recorded in the 10th century. The traditional uses of nettle leaf extract have been well-documented as a herbal remedy for various health concerns. It is commonly used as a diuretic to increase urine flow and flush out the urinary tract, making it beneficial in treating minor urinary complaints. In preclinical studies, nettle leaf extract has shown significant diuretic potential.
Nettle leaf extract has a long history of traditional use as a natural remedy for various health issues. It is recognized by multiple organizations, including the EMA and ESCOP, as a traditional herbal remedy for minor articular pain and for the symptomatic treatment of arthritis, arthrosis, and rheumatic conditions. Health Canada also recognizes nettle leaf extract as a supportive therapy for rheumatic pain and a herbal remedy for the relief of seasonal allergies, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally, nettle leaf extract has a traditional use for fighting hair loss and supporting hair regrowth.
Overall, nettle leaf extract is a multi-purpose herbal remedy with a wide range of health benefits. Its natural diuretic properties, anti-inflammatory effects, and capacity to promote healthy hair growth and alleviate seasonal allergies make it an excellent addition to any food supplement.
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