Urtica Plant. For the purpose of phytotherapy, both have similar properties and can be used interchangeably. Statistics are at the end of the page.
Stinging nettle (urtica dioica) has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times, such as to treat arthritis and back pain. 47 rows the plant list includes 563 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus. Place the washed nettles into the pot for 1 to 2 minutes until the nettles turn bright green.
Of These 53 Are Accepted Species Names.
Journal of the botanical research. An annotated checklist of the vascular flora of washington county, mississippi. The plant has basal placentation, where one or a few ovules develop at the base of a simple or compound ovary.
The Plant List Includes A Further 46 Scientific Plant Names Of Infraspecific Rank For The Genus Urtica.
Flowers unisexual, small, green or white. Tea made from the leaves has been used to treat hay fever. Erect annual or perennial herbs covered with rigid stinging hairs.
The Soft, Green Leaves Are 3 To 15 Cm (1 To 6 In) Long And Are Borne Oppositely On An Erect, Wiry, Green Stem.
In meyler's side effects of drugs (sixteenth edition), 2016. Alberta, british columbia, manitoba, new brunswick, nova scotia, ontario, prince edward island. Urtica dioica ( stinging nettle ) is tall, however, urtica urens is dwarf.
All Parts Of The Urtica Plant Are Used As Medicine, Although Only The Leaves Are Used To Treat Pain.
There are 46 species of flowering plant of the genus urtica  (table 1).the most prominent members of the genus are the stinging nettle urtica dioica l. Stinging nettle (urtica dioica) has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times, such as to treat arthritis and back pain. See status, confidence level, source for definitions.
This Plant Is Widely Scattered In Khuzestan Fauna And Is Used By Natives As Medicinal Plant.
Urtica leaves are covered with fine hairs with a high silicon content that break when touched and release a toxin into the skin. Blanch the nettles to remove the sting. Statistics are at the end of the page.