Stinging Nettle – Wild Edibles Series

By | June 16, 2015

In this video we take a look at another one of my favorite wild edibles to look for, stinging nettle (aka Urtica dioica). Stinging nettle is high in vitamins A and C, and from what I understand, it has one of the highest concentrations of protein in any given edible plant.

This is a plant that I would consider a super-plant because of its many uses. Not only is it edible, but it is also medicinal in treating a variety of ailments. For more on it’s medicinal potential, I suggest the following article:

Stinging nettle is also a useful plant in making cordage and was even used by natives in making bow string.

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