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Horsetail Grass - Equisetum arvense
Horsetail Grass Medical Uses

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● Horsetail grass, Equisetum arvense, is a herbal remedy whose use as a medicine dates back to ancient Roman and Greek civilizations. The medical treatments are for kidney stones/kidney problems, ulcers and wounds, and osteoporosis.
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● Being extremely cold hardy down to USDA zones 3 through 10 makes the horsetail an appealing plant for Prepper gardens all over the United States. The plant usually grows three to four feet tall and loves to be planted near a water source, such as creeks and rivers, and prefers to be planted in partial shade. Horsetail is considered to be a fast-growing plant and will spread in size, providing an abundance of material from which to make medicine. Soil type is not really a concern, as long as the site location is close enough to a water source. In addition to being a medicinal plant for Preppers, horsetail grass is abrasive and can be used as a natural scrub/brush, making this a highly adaptable, highly useful plant for consideration in your Prepper garden.
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How to Make Horsetail Grass Tea

  • 4 teaspoons of fresh or dried horsetail grass,
  • 1 cup of boiling water.
Steps For Brewing Herbal Horsetail Tea Remedy:
  1. Bring water to boil,
  2. Add the horsetail grass,
  3. Cover and let steep for 5 to 10 minutes,
  4. Strain and enjoy.
*Can be sweetened with honey or other herbs to your liking.
*Adult dosage is a half a cup after meals per day, for a total of 1.5 cups per day. Child dosage should be less.
*A larger quantity can be made by simply manipulating the ingredients.

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