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An Herbalist Advice: Equisetum Arvense

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At some point in our lives, we all have to deal with the dreaded bladder infection, it is never pretty and to be honest we all try to avoid ever having to deal with such a notion. Bladder infections are painful and in the end, it is worse than having cramps during your time of the month.
Thankfully, there are so many different ways of not getting a bladder infection and staying healthy, however even the smallest thing can set off our bladders and things will go awry. While a person is dealing with having a bladder infection, there are plenty of things he or she can do to make it go smoother and relieve some of the pain.

Equisetum arvense, also known as Horsetail, is a very common herb in European medicine, due to the fact that it is used to get rid of the blood in the urine and urinary stones. Equisetum arvense is a mild diuretic that works amazingly and as it is working on the system it does not get rid of the electrolytes that your body needs, that way you will not get that “washed out” feeling that you usually get when you are taking such a diuretic that you get a local grocery store. The typical dosage for this herb is up to six 400 to 500 milligram capsules per day; or you can do the alternative which is fifteen to thirty drops of tincture three times per day; or you can go the easier way of doing up to six cups of tea per day by steeping two teaspoons of the dried herb in one cup of hot water for ten minutes.
This herb works wonders, it truly does and if you are currently suffering from a bladder infection, this is definitely for you.

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