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How To Make Stinging Nettle Tea

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In this article I want to cover the advantages of drinking stinging nettle tea and how to make stinging nettle tea when your out in the woods.

The drink itself is very refreshing and typically herbal in the taste and texture. If your at home, you can actually put it in the fridge and drink through the day, for a cool refreshing drink.

In my video below you can see the process from start to finish:

How To Make Stinging Nettle Tea

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  • A light, distinctive and refreshing infusion which provides a clean flavour with subtle grassy notes.
  • Naturally caffeine free.
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  • We never add anything artificial, we don't even bleach our bags
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    As you can see, making yourself a nice cup of stinging nettle tea is really quite a simple process, and the nutritional benefits are very high.

    Although there are just a few months in the year where the nettles are at their best, you can always supplement your diet with shop bought nettles.

    Steve Hart - UK Preppers Guide

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      • Christian on September 15, 2018 at 12:17 pm
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      Hey guys brand new to all this but fascinated always been a closet prepper but starting to get serious now ,are there any meetings,as in live talks do they exist ? .

      • Lofty Coates on July 19, 2018 at 7:52 am
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      Thank you Steve for how to make Nettle tea. My grandfather used to collect the nettles in the woods near his small holding, I used to love all his different drinks he made. And he used to put honey in sometimes from his own bee hives. I learnt where to get all the various herbs and other wild plants which you can eat if you know what you’re doing. My Grandfather drilled each way of preparing the herbs and other wild plants. Also taught me to tickle trout I fell Inthe river a good few times till I got the hang of it. I also learnt that if you build a if you put layers of dirt on the embers then put a blanket over the top you could keep warm in the winter months. I would say thaty Grandfather was Prepper not that he would agree with me or you. But he was always putting stuff away for a rainy day. When he died two years ago he had left me all sorts of stuff a journal of all his little hide aways and recipes for herbal remedies his binoculars (4pairs one brass one) his double headed axes (2) and a load of other stuff that I as a prepper would find a use for.

      1. Hi Lofty,
        You probably don’t realise it but you have a goldmine of information in your head as well now.
        What a fantastic gift to leave behind.
        I’m quite jealous..!
        Thank you for sharing your story.
        All the best, Steve

          • Christian on September 15, 2018 at 12:31 pm
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          Hi Steve ,I’m new to this an not very tekky so forgive me if I’ve come through the wrong messaging ,I’ve always really always been a prepper but finding your info fascinating. My prepping has been getting quite serious I’m planning a trip soon do some camping is it possible to add pics on here ,kind regards,Christian

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