Nettle (Urtica dioica) is used by the Bronze Age. In the beginning, people used stem fiber for making clothes like linen. The name "nettle (nettle)” actually means "textile plant". It's called "stinging nettle" because it may cause itchy, painful irritation in contact with skin. Stinging nettle is a perennial plant, growing to a height of 150 cm with lanceolate leaves and green color.
It is a herb, rich in minerals, especially iron, and also the source of carotenoids and vitamin C. The nettle is used in Europe for many years in the treatment of several disorders.
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