This post is not solely about the use of stinging nettles on the tender portions of a slave but is also about the optimisation of nettles in climates like the UK which have a winter season when the wild nettles disappear. Both myself and Governess Lexi ADORE using nettles on bitch-boy’s cock. REALLY ADORE IT! So October is a sad time which usually means the first frosts and this means the end of wild nettles until the following spring. What follows is a summary of what I have learned though this Summer and Autumn which you may find useful. I have provided a link to a pic of bb’s little cock with stings on while in his nettle blanket in response to a request to do so. His cock is already wilting, just from the first swipe of the nettles. There were many, many more swipes from Lexi and I on that occasion!
What I have learned.
The nettle stings are most potent on stems that have not flowered. As well as the intense immediate sting, the sting lasts for about 4 hours. Stings on stems that have flowered and gone to seed (so have gone a bit grey) do not sting so much and the sting only lasts about ten minutes. (The flowers are tiny green balls in bunches like tiny grapes.) Cutting the stem below the flowers as soon as they start to form appears to prolong the intensity of the sting from the leaves that remain and the bright green side shoots that subsequently grow from that stem, which sting a lot but the sting only lasts around half hour.
So bright green stems without flowers are the best.
Obviously the solution to the stings not lasting so long this time of year, it to make the first application VERY THOROUGH and then apply top-up stings every half hour.
This winter, like a few of my followers, I will be growing nettles in a large pot in a green house and see if I can get new bright green shoots all through the winter. Using the nettle blanket, (or the sunglasses pouch), a stem only needs to be the length of a pen to be perfectly adequate to use. And as few as two such stems can be VERY EFFECTIVE!
For those that like nettles torment and have not read my published journals, you can find detailed accounts of this organic, natural treatment starting in the very first journal.