dioica has been widely used in folk medicine as an anti-hyperglycemic agent to treat diabetes mellitus.
From now on in, it will be Urtica
dioica soups, smoothies and sides.
* The Latin name for the perennial nettle is Urtica
dioica, from "uro" meaning to burn.
The American Herbal Pharmacopoeia (AHP) has released its quality control standards and therapeutic compendium for stinging nettle root (Urtica
dioica L.) Nettles roots have historically been used for urinary complaints.
A crude polysaccharide fraction of Urtica
fissa roots and stems (UFP) was obtained by water extraction and ultrafiltration, and its effect on castrated rat prostate hyperplasia induced by testosterone propionate was evaluated by the volume index, wet and dry weight index and histopathological tests.
Discussion of alternative therapeutics includes nutrients and botanicals (ascorbic acid, bromelain, N-acetylcysteine, quercetin, undecylenic acid, and Urtica
dioica and other herbal medicines) and procedures (nasal irrigation and naso-sympatico treatments).
Mi losgais i hefo dalan poethion (Urtica
dioica) y diwrnod o'r blaen a throi heb feddwl bron i chwilio am ddail tafol (Rumex obtusifolius) er mwyn poeri ar y ddeilen a'i rhwbio ar y llosg.
Dioica (stinging nettle) can eliminate the uric acid crystals that causes gout' take 15 drops twice daily before meals.
The juice also reduces symptoms resulting from contact with stinging nettles (Urtica
dioica), bug bites, and its fungicidal properties lead to its use as a treatment for athlete's foot.
Stinging nettle (Urtica
dioica) otherwise known as barn nettle or English nettle, and her cousin wood nettle (Laportea canadensis), are plentiful in our area.
In recent years, one herb--saw palmetto or sabal--has received attention in the literature and among clinicians and patients in the United States, but European physicians make use of a wide array of plant extracts such as stinging nettle (Urtica
dioica) for the condition.