Drinking Nettle Leaves as a tea is a truly invigorating and nutritious brew. This herb is made from the leaves of the Urtica dioica plant. When dried and boiled, the infamous stinging nettle quite literally loses its sting. Nettle Tea offers notably herbaceous and grassy overtones, coupled with a delightfully refreshing aftertaste.
Loose Leaf Tea Ingredients
About This Loose Leaf Tea
Nettle is a perennial herb that belongs to the same order of flowering plants as the rose family. It is also called stinging nettle because of the tiny hairs that project from the perimeter of the fresh leaf that “sting” the skin on contact. When cooked or dried, however, these stingers fall to the wayside.