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Wild Harvested Organic Stinging Nettle Leaf (Urtica dioica) К

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Size:150 gm

Wild Harvested Organic Stinging Nettle Leaves (Urtica dioica) КРАПИВЫ ЛИСТЬЯ from Altai Mountains, Siberia, Russia. (50 to 200 gm) Siberia is a unique region of Russia, where wildlife has remained unchanged for centuries. In order to survive in such harsh climatic conditions, Siberian herbs and plants synthesize protective active substances and possess strong anti-oxidant properties. The Altai Mountains, considered by some the “Green Pharmacy” of the earth and the “lungs” of the planet, is one of the cleanest and most unpolluted regions in Russia. As a result of its remote location, Altai’s nature has been well preserved. Wildharvested and Organic, these herbs have grown independently - in the natural conditions of their growth, without being exposed to outside, which means that they do not have harmful substances in their composition. Wild herbs of Siberia are manually collected by locals from ecologically clean forests of Siberia, far from civilization. Our products comes from either Altai mountains or from the shores of Lake Baikal. Ingredients: Stinging Nettle Leaves (Urtica dioica) КРАПИВЫ ЛИСТЬЯ.. Contraindications : Individual intolerance to the components of dietary supplements and herbs. Instructions for use: Take 10 gm (2 tablespoons) of the herb in a thermos, pour 250 ml. (1 cup) boiling water. Insist for 30 minutes, drain. Take orally in warm form 1 / 2 - 1 / 3 cup 2-3 times a day, before meals. Store in a cool place or thermos not more than a day.

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