Field Horsetail - Cola de Caballo - Shave Grass
( Equisetum arvense L. )
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Type in Ailment or Herb
Common Names: Horsetail, Shave-grass, Bottle-brush,
Paddock-pipes, Dutch Rushes, Pewterwort.
Parts Used: Herb
Habitat: In moist waste places throughout temperate regions of the
Actions - Principle action on the bladder: Connective Tissue
Tone & amp; Resistance, Astringent, Diuretic,
Vulnerary, Haemostyptic, Restorative to Damaged Pulmonary
Applications: Urinary and Prostatic Disease, Managing
Enuresis, Managing Irritable Symptoms of the Urinary System,
Repair Lung Tissue after Pulmonary Tuberculosis and other Disease,
Metabolic or Hormonal edema, Hemorrhage, Wounds, Rheumatism
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Horsetail Properties Used by Aztec's
Eliminate Vesicular and Renal Stones and to Fight Dysentery, to Minimize
Cough and also as an Expectorant and Externally it is Used to Cure
Hemorrhoids, Abscesses, Wounds and Ulcers.
Aztec Method of Use
For Afflictions of
the Kidney, Bladder and for Dysentery: Drink 2 cups a day of the
mixture made with 7 to 12 grams of the plant boiled for 15 min. in 1/2 liter
For Minimizing Cough: Take 2 tablespoons of the before
For Hemorrhoids, Abscesses, Ulcers
and Wounds: Boil for 1/2 hour the mixture made with 200 grams of Horsetail
in 1/4 liter of water then apply as an external bath, poultice or lotion
depending on the wound.
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as a substitute for standard medical treatments.
Many plants with medicinal properties are also toxic and frequently
if taken at incorrect dosages or if not prepared in a specific fashion.
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