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Horsetail, commonly referred to as Field Horsetail, belongs to one of the oldest surviving family of plants on the planet with a history dating to the Paleozoic era.
This non-flowering plant, which is closely related to the fern, is the most abundant source of silica that exists, and is also rich in calcium and potassium.
Because of the nutritional properties of this herb, horsetail powder is encapsulated as a dietary supplement or used to make "tonics" for house and garden plants.
Powdered horsetail is also used in natural cosmetics, most notably in hair conditioners and shampoos.
Horsetail, also known as Shavegrass and Snake Grass, is known as a living fossil because it is the only surviving species in its genus. The plant gets its common name from the fact that the erect stems resemble a horse's tail.
The fresh aerial parts of the herb are eaten as a spring vegetable, while the dried herb is used for teas and as a bath herb.
Alosha Lynov is an eco engineer, inventor, builder and teacher who gets his inspiration from mimicking Nature’s Genius.
After 12 years of learning from Water, Natural Building and Permaculture Wizards, he is creating a wave of intentional communities based on Cooperation and Natural Law !
We would like to invite you to Alosha's complimentary eco community and Permaculture In Action Class where he will share 9 pillars of successful community design and present their team's design for a 250 acre property in the South of Russia.
You will also get your hands dirty with a simple constructed wetland and food growing machine.
These weekend projects are designed for any novice on a shoe string budget.
This micro wetland will Recycle 21000 litres of waste water to irrigate your organic food as well as flush your loos.
The food machine which you will learn to build from scratch will nurture 100 organic veggies as well as 15 trays of micro greens on a size of a door all fertilized by a worm tower which is fed with your kitchen waste.
Both projects use 1000L recycled flow bins, making them fully mobile - perfect for any rental or tiny home!
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