Horsetail Grass

Horsetail Grass: Overview

Early Medieval herbals indicate Horsetail's extensive use in folk medicine as a diuretic and astringent in general kidney and bladder conditions and edematous conditions of the heart and lungs.

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Why it is Recommended

Healing for fractured bones.  Rich in silica & selenium.  Silica helps in circulation.  Rich in calcium.  Heals fractures.

Other uses: aging, arthritis, asthma, backaches, breasts, milk secretion, bronchitis, bruises, burns, bursitis, cancer-skin, circulatory problems, cirrhosis, edema, fracture, hair loss, heart disease, inflammation, intertrigo, kidney ailments, Lyme disease, muscle cramps, nail problems, obesity-diuretic tea, osteoporosis, Paget's disease, prostatitis, rickets, skin-oily, skin-wrinkles, sport injuries, sunburn.

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Horsetail Grass:

Horsetail Grass can help with the following:

Hormones

Hyperparathyroidism

Horsetail is rich in minerals and has been used in traditional remedies to support normal bone integrity.

Infections

Mental

Poor Memory

Lack of silica in nerve tissues and brain cells can produce poor memory.  Supply the body with silica by taking horsetail juice and teas.  For two weeks on and two weeks off, take 1 tbsp of juice mornings and evenings or 1 capsule of aqueous horsetail extract daily for two to six months.

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