"The Crees made a medicine to correct menstrual irregularities by boiling the horsetail
," and "Women drank it after childbirth to clear up the system.'"
During the night, the firefall hits the 1,000-foot tall Horsetail
Fall and creates the illusion of lava flowing off the side of the cliff instead of water.
I thought you might be interested to see photos that show Taos Pueblo horsetail
dancers in northern New Mexico, where the horsetail
dance appears also to have been popular.
species were studied, but only four exhibited pressurized convection, including species from both subgenera.
Try drinking a tea or using a tincture of horsetail
and get some pelvic floor exercises from a physiotherapist.
(Equisetum giganteum L.) oleoresin and supercritical CO2: Experimental solubility and empirical data correlation.
(Equisetum arvense L.) is a perennial herb with segmented, dual stems.
What if the plant palette is composed of bracken, curled dock, devils paintbrush, horsetail
and yarrow, all early colonizers that survive on severely disturbed ground and prevent it from washing or blowing away?
Ym marchrawn yr ardir (Equisetum arvense) y 'field horestail' neu'r 'common horsetail
' yn Saesneg a'r marchrawn mawr (Equisetum telmateia; giant horsetail
) mae yna goesyn sy'n cynhyrchu'r sborau a dim byd arall.
Both contain an exclusive complex of protein-rich marine extracts, AminoMar C, combined with a natural form of silica from horsetail
extract and vitamin C from acerola cherry.
is an edible plant that grows along the edge of the creek.
This most popular horsetail
type waterfall in Mount Rainier National Park in Lewis County near Paradise, where waterfall drops 188 feet, was named by Arthur F.