Here is my friend and yoga student, Lollie, with her new horse, Garañon, which means ‘Stallion!” The picture is so cool, I just had to show you.
1-3 tsp.mfresh or dried horsetail herv
1 pot water
Us 1 to 3 tsps. of fresh or dried horsetail for every cup of water. Pour almost- boiling water over the herb, steep twenty minutes and strain the herbs before drinking or applying topically.
Tip of the Day – Horsetail, an ancient herb that goes back to the time of the dinosaur high silica content may help strengthen bones, hair and nails, fight fungal infections, relieve bloating and even cure black spot on your roses. It’s a diuretic, a hair rinse, and fights dungal infections in toes and roses!
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