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Urtica dioica, often known as common nettle, stinging nettle (although not all plants of this species sting) or nettle leaf, or just a nettle or stinger, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Urticaceae. Originally native to Europe, much of temperate Asia and western North Africa, it is now found worldwide, including New Zealand and North America.
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Stinging nettle: Stinging nettle, perennial plant of the nettle family, known for its stinging leaves. Tea made from the leaves has been used to treat hay fever, diabetes, gout, and arthritis, and fresh stinging leaves are sometimes applied to arthritic joints in a process known as urtification, which is said to stimulate blood flow. Topical creams have also been developed for joint pain and various skin ailments, including eczema and dandruff.
Hemp nettle grows shorter than stinging nettle and also has bristly hairs on the stems and leaves. It also has typically wider leaves (though shape ranges from oval to lance-shaped), and has pink, white, or variegated flowers growing from the base of the leaf. The plant itself tends to be a little darker green than stinging nettle. This species is an annual that grows from seed spread from pre-existing hemp nettles, or deposited by animals, and human activity. Hemp nettle has been deemed a noxious weed in some parts of North America. 6. Distinguish from White Deadnettle (Lamium album).
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Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica ) is wild, edible and nutritious food. Identify stinging nettle via its pictures, habitat, height, flowers and leaves. Flowers: Stinging nettle is a dioecious (staminate and pistillate flowers on different plants) plant with very small flowers. Staminate flower is greyish yellow: four tepals (like sepals). The flowers have four stamens and yellow anthers. It has a single carpel and the stigma is brush-like. Inflorescence is catkin-like, 4–8 cm (. –3. Fields of Nutrition has medicinal benefits and vitamin/mineral content of Stinging Nettle
Stinging nettle is a weed commonly found growing in garden areas. Some gardeners are not bothered by its presence, treating it as an herb with culinary and medicinal uses. But most people want to get rid of it, not only because it takes up garden space, but also because it can cause a skin rash. Learn how to identify it so that you can avoid brushing up against it. Plant taxonomy: Stinging nettle is a member of the genus, Urtica, a broadleaf, perennial plant. It can also be categorized as a noxious weed.
Dangers: can cause skin irritations, handle while wearing leather gloves. Cook to remove stingers before consuming. Medicinal Summary Leaves - anti-inflammatory; diuretic; local anesthetic; anti-diarrheal; hemostat (tisane, tincture). Close-up of stinging nettles (Urtica chamaedryoides)