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Horsetail has served mankind as a herbal remedy since ancient times, and has traditionally been used to stop bleeding, increase urine production, repair broken bones, and relieve rheumatic conditions such as arthritis.

It contains high concentrations of silicic acid and other silicates, potassium, aluminum, manganese and a variety of flavonoids. Flavonoids are what appear to provide this herb with the strong diuretic effects that promote the loss of water from the body. The silicates are believed to be responsible for the herb's ability to strengthen connective tisse and to give it anti-arthritic actions. A few herbal specialists believe that the organic silicon concentrations found in horsetail may also promote bone and cartilage formation and are useful for treating brittle nails and related conditions.

Suggested Uses

Taken internally, horsetail is may be useful in connection with the following conditions and symptoms:

* Inflammation or mild infections of the genitourinary tract
* Kidney stones
* Urinary Tract Infection

Horsetail also can be applied externally to treat the following:

* Wounds (especially poorly healing ones)
* Burns
* Rheumatic conditions
* Fractures
* Sprains

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