Horsetail herb gets its name because it resembles a horse's tail. It is one of the oldest plants-, it is speculated that they have existed for about 200 million years. Ancient civilizations scrubbed and polished metal rods with horsetail roots. In addition, stems, leaves and extracts are also used for a variety of therapeutic purposes.
Horsetail herb has a high silicon content, which is why it is effective in treating fractures, osteoporosis, trauma, skin problems, etc. The plant has excellent anti-inflammatory properties and also helps relieve problems with the bladder, kidneys and other vital organs of the body.
◆Horsetail to prevent hair loss
Silicon is also important for strengthening hair and nails. Together with other mineraland horsetail extracts contain elements (potassium, flavonoids, alkaloids, sterols, fatty acids, etc.), silica promotes healthy hair growth, improves hair quality, and makes it look shiny and smooth. In addition, horsetail herb stimulates blood circulation and helps to nourish the hair follicles. Due to these properties, horsetail extract has become the most valuable ingredient in many modern therapeutic and traditional Chinese medicine preparations, helping to prevent hair loss in both men and women.
◆Use of horsetail herb
If you want this herb to help your hair to the greatest extent possible, you can add a few drops of horsetail extract to the shampoo, then wash your hair and massage your scalp. Extracts from this plant can also be used orally or in the form of preparations. Finally, it can also be used as a kind of herbal tea, which gives you a lot of useful herbal treatments.
Horsetail grass is rich in silicate, which helps the body absorb calcium and nourish connective tissue in nails, skin, hair, bones and the whole body. The calves and horsetails can be modified to prevent hair from opening and forking, while increasing hair elasticity. Horsetail sage can also help remove excess oil from the skin and hair, making the hair shaver, denser and more elastic.
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