Stinging nettle Urtica dioica perennial and Urtica urens annual It is called brand netel in Afrikaans. Both are of the Urticacea family. From the Latin — uro — to burn.
Urtication urtica: nettle refers to those who use stinging nettles to stimulate the skin for sex games, such as spanking and BDSM practices. The active ingredients in the stinging nettle do not spread to other areas but are restricted to the site at which the plant comes into contact. The skin becomes sensitized without the injury that certain types of flagellation can produce.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. In most sexually dimorphic angiosperm species, the genetic mechanisms of sex determination are completely unknown. The few species that include both monoecious and dioecious forms provide an unusual opportunity to examine the genetic mechanisms that underlie the separation of sexual functions, through crossing experiments and analysis of progeny segregation.
Nettle Urtica dioica and Urtica urens is a perennial herb that grows usually in temperate regions. Many of the species have stinging hairs on their leaves and stems. The roots stems and leaves of the plant are used for health problems for many including anemia, arthritis, hay fever, allergic rhinitus, urinary tract infection and for an enlarged prostate.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. We conducted a series of crosses to analyse the genetic basis of sex determination in this species. Dutch populations of U.
I love nettle risotto - it always makes me smile because it reminds me of when I met my wife, Plaxy, and the day I watched her stride off into the countryside wearing a flowing silk dress, a pair of yellow Marigolds and big wellies so she could collect two bin bags-full of nettles for me. Its appeal also lies in the fact that it's free. Just be careful of the stalks and make sure you use gloves.
Nettles give the sensation of stinging heat, but they do not bring about the same instant pain that comes from classic corporal punishment. However, the effects of this play typically last longer. The burning and itching of the affected area helps remind the submissive of the nettle play hours or even days later.
Although Urtica dioica is distributed widely in many parts of the world, it is considered invasive because of its nuisance value even within its native range, particularly in waste places, especially since it Although Urtica dioica is distributed widely in many parts of the world, it is considered invasive because of its nuisance value even within its native range, particularly in waste places, especially since its stinging hairs can cause painful welts on human and possibly animal skin. In some circumstances it can be very hard to eradicate because of its large root mass which allows it to spread vegetatively once it has established. In some countries it invades and takes up space in grassland, where it can form very large, often monospecific patches, and it can also be a nuisance in urban areas, especially in nitrogen-rich habitats.
Stinging nettle is a medicinal herb plant known for its stinging leaves. It has tiny stinging hairs covering its surface. Contact with the plant produces a stinging, itchy, or burning rash on your skin.
Urtica dioicaoften known as common nettlestinging nettle although not all plants of this species sting or nettle leafor just a nettle or stingeris a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Urticaceae. Originally native to Europe, much of temperate Asia and western North Africa,  it is now found worldwide, including New Zealand  and North America. The leaves have a strongly serrated margin, a cordate base, and an acuminate tip with a terminal leaf tooth longer than adjacent laterals. It bears small, greenish or brownish, numerous flowers in dense axillary inflorescences.