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Nettle tea or stinging nettle tea is made by infusing the leaves of the plant in hot water. This tea is packed with vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin K. The tea is also a good source of potassium, iron, and magnesium.
Nettle leaf tea tastes quite like green tea. It features a mellow body with rich grassy and earthy flavors. The tea boasts a hay-like flavor that can be evened out with the addition of a dash of honey or agave.
Making Nettle Tea:
1. For dried leaves, use one teaspoon for every eight ounces of water.
2. Steep the leaves for five to seven minutes. The longer the leaves steep, the stronger the flavor will be.
3. If the flavor of nettle tea is too earthy or potent for your liking, add in a dash of honey or a spoonful of stevia.
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