S T I N G I N G N E T T L E
Scientific Name: Urtica dioica
Alternative Name: Gulmehndi
Stinging nettle is a plant with pointed leaves that usually reaches a height of 2-4 metres.
The herbaceous shrub is originally from the colder regions of northern Europe and Asia. Nowadays though, it grows all over the world. Stinging nettle grows well in nitrogen-rich soil and blooms between June and September.
It has incredible medicinal properties. This is why nettle was used fas a treatment for lower back pain and arthritis for hundreds of years. Furthermore, ground parts of the plant are considered beneficial for diabetes. This is because it can help regulate blood sugar levels.
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Although we are launching this product now, it's actually been a significant portion of our Psoriasis Relief product! The secret behind the power of the Psoriasis product is that the composition includes a mixture of our number one Anti-Inflammatory product and our brand 'new' Natural Skin supplement.
To maintain our exceptionally high standards of efficiency, the formula has gone through thorough testing and quality assurance over the past few years. Pleased to announce that the product is now available for sale in the UK & Cyprus.
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C R E A M O F T A R T A R
Scientific Name: Potassium hydrogen tartrate
Alternative Names: Potassium bi-tartrate
Cream of tartar is a common baking ingredient also helps to stabilized egg whites and whip cream on cake and pastries. It is used in cleaning purposes such as removing permanent spots from surface or floor.
Cream tartar was first discovered in a wine container in Iran in the 17th century. A scientist, Jean Baptiste Biot, found out its physical properties.
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