Everybody who has researched wild edible plants or herbal medicine has heard of the plant horsetail. Since being recommended by the Roman physician Galen, several cultures have employed horsetail as a folk remedy for kidney and bladder troubles, arthritis, bleeding ulcers, and tuberculosis. The Chinese use it to cool fevers and as a remedy for eye inflammations such as conjunctivitis and corneal disorders, dysentery, flu, swellings and haemorrhoids.
I bet you have never heard of Giant horsetail which grows upto 12 feet high and is even more powerful than standard horsetail. Studies show it has potential as a diabetics remedy and to repair nervous system damage.
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