Herbal blend of Oatstraw and Nettle, nutrient packed and full of goodness.
Nettles are one of the most nourishing plants growing on land and they can be consumed on a daily basis. The part of the plant used for the nutritive properties are the leaves. They are highly beneficial for women or individuals that have iron deficiency anemia; it is one of nature’s best forms of non-heme iron. They may also reduce fatigue and exhaustion and are an important source of nutrients for all individuals. Especially those with compromised digestion tracts because the nutrients are so easily digested.
The nettle plant also contains calcium, magnesium, and silica; minerals that support the skeletal system. The silica contained in nettles helps to improve the integrity of the connective tissues, and it can be used as a recuperative agent to speed tissue repair.
All of the minerals contained in nettles have an alkalinizing effect on the tissues.
Lastly, they provide a fantastic source of easily-assimilated nutrients. The herb contains the following minerals: iron, potassium, phosphorus, silica, magnesium, manganese, cobalt, selenium, chromium, and sodium. It is also high in Vitamins A, C, D, K, protein, chlorophyll, and possibly B-Complex. It is a highly nutritious herb and can be used in teas, foods, or taken as a capsule.
Oatstraw has nutritive properties that are highly beneficial for most individuals, and especially for pregnant and nursing mothers. The part of the plant that is used is the stem; however the seed heads can also be used.
Many numerous minerals that aid in the development and maintenance of healthy bones, teeth, hair, and nails, including an easily assimilable form of calcium are found in the Oatstraw. Many of the nutrients contained in oat straw are beneficial for the nervous system and may help to reduce premenstrual syndrome. The minerals contained in oat straw may also have an alkalinizing effect.
Oatstraw also contains high amounts of vitamin A and C, as well as many B vitamins including B 6, folic acid, niacin, riboflavin, and thiamine. It contains low amounts of vitamins E, and K. Oat straw is rich in minerals such as calcium, chromium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, silicon, and sodium; and contains low to average amounts of cobalt, manganese, potassium, tin, and zinc. Additionally, oat straw contains protein and some amino acids such as arginine, histadine, leucine, lysine, phenylalanine, and tryptophan.
While the effects of nutritive herbs are gentle and may be subtle, they are highly beneficial to
support the body on a long term basis. They nourish the body by providing numerous vitamins and minerals. They can be consumed on a daily basis, to increase the vital force and energy levels.
100 300mg gelatin capsules