It has several common names such as horsetail, field horsetail, scouring herb, rat tail, fox tail, horse tail. The Romans used it as a tonic and as a general restorative.
In magic, a bouquet was hung on the bed to promote fertility. The Amerindians used it to help the development of muscle fibers and to heal fractures. They also used it as a coagulant for slow and difficult to heal wounds as well as to find water on the surface and in depth. From a more esoteric point of view, it is the plant of fertility and artistic creativity.
Not intended for food consumption.
Sachet of 20 gr