HORSETAIL

HORSETAIL

Herbal tea

Net weight: 25 g

Horsetail contains a significant amount of the silicon compounds. The presence of silica makes the green stems of horsetail rough and fragile, and during crushing in the fingers produce a “creaky” sound, hence the name of this plant.In turn, the English name of horsetail refers to its appearance and sounds “horsetail”, meaning a horse’s tail. Interestingly, horsetail comes from plants that grew on Earth in the Paleozoic era. They had the form of giant trees, and today’s creak looks like their miniature.

How to use: 1 tablespoon (about 0.7 g) pour a glass (200 ml) of boiling water and steamed for about 15 minutes. The product should not be consumed by people with hypersensitivity to horsetail.

Ingredients: dried horsetail herb, cut (Equisetum arvense herbae) 100%

Product may contain: gluten, peanuts, nuts, soya, sesame seeds, mustard.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Country of origin: depending on the supplier of the raw material or product.

Project categories: HERBS

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