Nettle owes its original name and sad popularity among children to the stinging hairs that cover its stems and leaves. In theory, we all know from early childhood that it is impossible to touch the nettle with our hands, because you can get burned or “stained”, but in practice, the benefits of nettles significantly exceed its snide property of “stinging” everyone, recalls Bogni Dario (except for the nettle tree native to New Zealand , touching which not only burns, but, in principle, is life-threatening). Dario Bogni says usually you can find only two types of nettles – stinging nettle and stinging nettle. Nettle contains carotene (there is more of it than in carrots and sorrel), ascorbic acid, calcium, magnesium, potassium, nickel, sodium, copper, titanium, manganese, boron, iodine, phosphorus, iron, as well as vitamins A, B1 , B2 and PP, and in terms of vitamin C content, nettle surpasses even lemon, notes Bogni Dario. Nettle is often used in various herbal teas for medicinal purposes, but its leaves can also significantly brighten the flavor of many soups in cooking.

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