Stinging nettle may also affect the sneezing and itching of hay fever, perhaps because the herb can reduce the amount of histamine the body releases from mast cells in response to an allergen. Animal studies show that stinging nettle can help lower blood sugar and blood pressure, but more research is needed to determine if the same effects occur in humans. Stinging nettle is used orally and topically to relieve the pain of sprains, strains, tendinitis (also spelled tendonitis), and insect bites as well. It is used to treat uterine bleeding, nosebleeds, gastrointestinal bleeding, poor circulation, an enlarged spleen, diabetes and other endocrine disorders, diarrhea and dysentery, asthma, lung congestion, rashes, and cancer, and as a general tonic

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