'Allergies' Nettles Glycerate (Alcohol-free)
Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) contains histaminic acid, a chemical that helps produce an anti-inflammatory cascade in the body through the activation of mast cells and leukocytes (white blood cells).
Vegetable glycerin is a good alternative solvent for herbal constituent extraction for use in alcohol-adverse customers, including children and seniors.
Actions: Anti-inflammatory, Diuretic, Antirheumatic, Antiallergic, Depurative, Styptic
Adult dose: 1 dropper as needed to calm seasonal allergies (up to 5x/day)
Children dose: 1 dropper as is necessary to calm seasonal allergies (up to 3x/day), not for children under the age of 5 years old
Pregnancy and breastfeeding dose: This gentle, alcohol-free formula can be used to help stimulate breastmilk production adjacent to its anti-allergenic actions. 1 dropper as is necessary to calm seasonal allergies (up to 3x/day). Cautions: Not to be used in the first trimester of pregnancy.
Herbs: Nettle leaf*, stem*, seeds* (dry and fresh) (*organic, g/f, v)
Certified Organic Vegetable glycerin, Organic citric acid preservative
Cautions: Not to be taken with other anti-histamine medications which can cause an additive effect, do not take with blood-thinning medications without professional consultation. Take 1 hour away from other pharmaceutical/herbal/supplements, or consult a medical professional about interactions that may occur.
Storage: Refrigerate after opening, expiry is 1-2 years depending on storage and formulation type, expiry is outlined on the bottle.
Pairing Products: This product pairs best with Rtemisia's other antiallergic product, 'Allergy Remedy' tincture
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