Horsetail: The Herb that Supports Skin, Nail, Hair & Joint Health
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August 07, 2018 06:53 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Horsetail: The Herb that Supports Skin, Nail, Hair & Joint Health
Horsetail refers to the Equisetum family of herbs (especially common horsetail) which is found in temperate zones of North America and Europe and is known both for spreading like wildfire and for being highly nutritious. Horsetail provides a great source of vitamins and minerals, especially organic silica, which makes horsetail great for hair and nail health. When applied directly to minor wounds and burns, it can promote faster healing. Horsetail also helps remedy edema, and is great for joint health as well. It also has some natural antimicrobial potential.
- Horsetail is s beauty-promoting herb as it treats brittle nails and restores hair loss.
- Participants in a study who received horsetail-derived silica supplementation noticed significant hair regrowth within 3 to 6 months.
- The silicates found in horsetail are widely known to be of benefit to nails, skin and hair.
"Horsetail is a perennial plant belonging to the genus Equisetum. There are at least 15 different species of Equisetum around the world, and “horsetail” is often used to describe the entire group."
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