Considered by some to be a prehistoric plant, horsetail is the last remaining plant within its species. A naturally high silica content means that horsetail has long been put to unconventional uses, including scouring metal and as an ingredient in shampoo. Even so, horsetail’s ability to absorb and store rare minerals means that consuming it makes those same minerals available to your body. Brewing horsetail into a tea can boost your immunity, prevent certain types of cancer, promote oral health, eliminate anemia and treat diabetes. There are also instances of horsetail being a powerful ally in the fight again health conditions like brittle bone disease and weak or broken nails, teeth and hair.
– Provides body with rare minerals
– Boosts immunity
– Prevents certain cancers
– Promotes oral health
– Promotes strong hair, teeth and gums