Sun Nettle

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Sun Nettle - Sebastian Romu © 2018

About

Common Names
Sun Nettle
Classification
Herbaceous
Description
This uncommon plant is found in open spaces. A very hot burning sensation is caused by skin contact with this nettle. Large blistering rashes that progress and feel much like bad sunburns will develop on exposed skin. The root of this plant is an excellent pectoral medicine, helping relieve congestion and suppressing coughs of all sorts.

Ecology

Rarity
Uncommon
Distribution
Life Cycle
Biennial, Green sprays of small ball shaped flowers form in late summer, disc shaped seeds dispersed by wind.

Uses

Cultivation
wild
Culinary
none
Medicinal
caustic irritant (leaves), pectoral (root)
Other

Culture

Stories

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