Nettle Tea - Nettle benefits from a long steeping period of 8 to 12 hours before straining
Foliar and soil fertilizer - Dilute a solution of fermented stinging nettle makes a that is just about a cure-all for any nutrient deficiency. Pick a bin full of stinging nettle. Cover it with water, let it ferment for a couple of days, dilute the resulting brew one to ten, and spray and water any plants with signs of nutrient deficiency.
Hair Conditioner & promote hair growth - Make into tea and pour on hair and let sit for a few minutes
Fiber into cloth and paper - Obtained from the stems. Makes a strong fiber similar to flax which can be used to make cloth similar to linen. The fiber can also be used to make paper.
Oil for lamps - Press the Nettle seeds
Dye (green) - Made from leaves and stems.
Curdling milk for cheese making - Juice from the leaves have been used for hundreds of years to curdle milk if rennet is not available.
Tincture or cream - Apply directly to joints and painful areas on the body.
Cut down, the foliage can then be either added to compost, or rotted down in rainwater to make a nutrient-rich liquid fertilizer or foliar.