HORSETAIL (Equisetum arvense)Liquid extract of fresh whole, infertile herb, harvested in early spring.
Sold in 1 Oz. Bottle (larger sizes available by special order.)
Actions:Good source of soluble silica. Mild diuretic and urinary astringent. Slows or stops passive bleeding (internal and topical). Strengthens connective tissue.
Uses:Irritation, inflammation and passive bleeding of kidneys and urinary tract; urinary mucous discharge; urinary incontinence due to bladder irritation; suppressed urine; prostate gland inflammation. Edema. Passive bleeding of nose, stomach, intestines, lungs and bronchi. Repair of connective tissue: ulcers and slow-healing wounds; bone injury, osteoporosis and arthritic joint erosion; tuberculosis; chilblains.
Dose:Take 30 to 40 drops, 2 to 4 times per day. Topically apply full-strength extract if well tolerated, or dilute with 2 or 3 parts water.
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