What is Horsetail Extract?
Horsetail extract – such a strange (and misleading) name for a botanical but don’t let that fool you; this compound does not come from horses! Several species of Equisetum the horsetail genus are employed in supplements the most common of which is Equisetum arvense. The name Equisetum comes from the Latin equus for “horse” and seta meaning “bristle.” It was so named because as the plant dries silica crystals accumulate in the stems and branches which look like feathery tails and give the plant a scratchy quality. The aboveground parts of horsetail as opposed to the roots are used for medicinal purposes and they may be fresh or dried and delivered in capsules or as tinctures or teas.
Horsetail extract is taken from the horsetail plant, also known as Equisetum arvense. Horsetails are a class in the fern family of plants, and they have existed since the Paleozoic Era, and in prehistoric times could reach up to 90 feet tall! The name “horsetail” arose because the branched plant resembles the tail and mane of a horse. Today, horsetail proponents accept the name happily, noting that the plant not only resembles a horse's tail but contains great hair benefits, so it is doubly aptly named. It derived from a plant is all-natural.
Horsetail has been used by healers and wise men throughout human history. Horsetail can be consumed in a variety of ways, and is used for many situations outside of horsetail extract for hair. Horsetail is used for fluid retention (edema), to dislodge and discourage kidney and bladder stones, ward off urinary tract infections, and promote general kidney and bladder health. It is also used to treat tuberculosis, joint diseases, osteoarthritis, weak bones (osteoporosis), gout, and even to treat frostbite! Applied directly to the skin, it can soothe wounds and burns. Horsetail wasn’t just used for its medicinal properties: it was considered good eating by the Romans too! Even today, one can find the stems of young horse plants on menus in Japan. All-natural, and so good for you that you can even eat it for lunch, horsetail is truly is a miracle ingredient.
The benefits of horsetail extract have been known since ancient Greek and Roman times. Horsetail is a member of the Equisetaceae family and is actually a “living fossil”. It contains an enormous amount of evolutionary intelligence through its long lifetime of over one hundred million years!Horsetail has been a herbal remedy for centuries. Ancient horsetail extract were over thirty metres tall, as tall as modern palm trees, and the plant is a perennial with a stem that resembles a horse’s tail, hence the name.
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1. Applied in health product and pharmaceutical field.
2. It has particular diuretic activity and hemostatic action;
3. It has the function of treating diabetes and Chronic bronchitis.
4. It can be used as feed additive.
5. It can be used in heath product area.
6. It can prevent osteoporosis, Helpful to Arthritis and atherosclerosis.
7. Stop the bleeding of wounds and promote rapid healing.
1.Applied in pharmaceutical field, it is usually made into tablets, capsule and granule to warm the kidney, strengthen the spleen and enhance human immunity.
2.Applied in food field, it is mainly used in kinds of beverage, liquor and foods to enhance human immunity and anti-aging.