Organic Horsetail Tea

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Horsetail Tea comes from a unique, feathery, reed-like plant with a history that goes back to prehistoric times. Its smooth, earthy flavor makes a welcome cup of tea day or night.

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Horsetail Tea

Steeping Instructions

Fresh water is essential for brewing a proper cup of tea.

  • Use 1 teabag per cup of boiling water.
  • Cover and steep for 4 to 8 minutes
  • Remove tea bag and enjoy!

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In the Know

The horsetail plants are long and thin, like reeds, and bear skinny leaves that give it a wispy appearance, much like a brush. The origin of its name has been debated, but most believe the name refers to its resemblance to a horse tail. However, it is also possible that the name came from one of its historic uses, when the branches were tied to a horse’s tail to chase away flies. Horsetail was also employed as natural brush used to clean cookware. However, it was mainly used as an ingredient for cooking, served raw or cooked like asparagus.

What Exactly is Horsetail?

Way back in Ancient Rome and Greece, physicians prescribed horsetail as a diuretic, as it was reputed to encourage abundant urine flow. Why is this a good thing? Anyone who has dealt with water retention, or kidney ailments know how vital it is for the body to be able to eliminate excess water. Germany’s equivalent to our FDA even approves horsetail as a treatment for edema.

Horsetail is the common name for a plant, Equisetum, the only living genus in Equisetaceae, a family of vascular plants that reproduces by spores, rather than seeds. Horsetail is considered a “living fossil” because it’s really, really old, perhaps more than one-hundred million years! Horsetail is most commonly found in North America (Canada and the norther parts of United States), and got its name due to its branches that resemble a horse’s tail.

What Does Horsetail Taste Like?

After dropping your unbleached tea bag into your cup of water heated to just below boiling (205° to 210° or so), let it steep 4-8 minutes. Now, take a good gaze at your cup of Horsetail Tea, and feel the power of amber enter your senses. Your first swallow may not be too surprising when you know that the plant was named after a horse’s tail, which, visually, also somewhat looks like green hay. In other words, this earthy tasting tea brings to your cup a feeling of freshness, groundedness, and a smooth, nurturing flavor. Complex, smooth, and refreshing, try enjoying a cup of Horsetail Tea as a caffeine-free morning beverage; we think you’ll feel quite satisfied!

Where to Buy Horsetail Tea

Horsetail Tea can be complemented with a bit of honey or lemon, as desired. Finding specialty herbal teas like this for sale locally isn't always easy. Luckily, you can find good quality Horsetail Tea for sale here from Buddha Teas. All of our teas are carefully packaged in unbleached tea bags. We inspect every blend to insure that only the best herbs are used for our teas. Purchase all the Horsetail Tea you need to stay well stocked, or mix-and-match with other herbal blends. We enjoy helping you save money as well by offering coupon codes, discount deals for bulk purchases, and free shipping for all orders of $50 or more.

Why choose Buddha Teas?

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What sets us apart from other tea companies? We start with a philosophy of living in harmony with nature, not using it for profit. Buddha Teas uses only fresh, pure organic or sustainably wild harvested ingredients and maintains their natural purity in every tea we sell. We have also created the "Teas for Trees" campaign, planting 5000 trees a year to offset the paper use in our tea bags. Each of our tea bags is bleach-free to eliminate the risk of chemicals, and our boxes are made from 100% recycled material. When you buy Buddha Teas, you'll enjoy the fresh, full flavor of a truly natural tea in every sip.

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Buddha Teas is always looking for ways we can give back to our world. Our Tea for Trees campaign is designed to restore one of our most important resources and offset the use of paper in our products. We’ve partnered with the National Forest Foundation’s “Trees for US” program to plant thousands of trees every year. Every box you purchase helps us to support this cause. Read more about it here.

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Review Title: Horsetail Tea

Review by Lindaon August 16, 2018
My chiropractor recommended horsetail tea for some serious digestive issues. I found it on your website and drank it every morning and at night a variety of the other blends. On a follow up visit about a month later the improvement was very noticeable and so easy to implement. Thank you for carrying it.
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Review Title: This tea is a life saver.

Review by Kaleyahon August 8, 2018
This tea is a really great way to reduce hair loss. I really get very easily stressed out since I was in high school and now that I’m a college student. But, I’m noticing a difference between the cups of tea that I drink and the results are great. I would recommend this tea to anyone who wants their hair growing back and to reduce hair breakage. The box the tea came in it was smooth and it was really eye catching. Shipping and handling of the package was really fast. The tea came on time to my apartment complex.
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Review Title: Great tea!

Review by Balshaon March 7, 2018
Really enjoyed the taste and loved the sustainable concept
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Review Title: Love this tea!

Review by Annaon January 29, 2018
I LOVE this tea!! Not only does the tea taste great, but the diuretic properties have really improved my hearing! Sounds weird - right? Here’s my story - my audiologist sent me to a specialist who prescribed a brain MRI to make sure I didn’t have a tumor. During that first visit, my hearing was so bad that I had to ask the doctor to face me when she was speaking. She told me some people find relief by taking a steroid or a diuretic. Because I do not like taking medications, I looked up natural diuretics on the Internet. I have been buying Buddha horsetail tea ever since. My audiologist could not believe how much my hearing improved! I have hearing aids that u don’t really need anymore. Thank God for this tea.
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Review by Annaon September 20, 2017
Great packaging, great taste, easy to use, works as described. Strongly recommend.
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Review Title: Horsetail tea is amazing

Review by Gwenon August 16, 2017
This tea is amazing. I LOVE it. To spruce up the flavor I do like to add a squirt of lemon juice or sometimes a sprinkle of cinnamon as well as honey. But I'm not kidding,,, I bought it and drink a cup every night and my hair and nails starting growing after a few years of not seeing any growth it seemed.
I beleive this tea is a miracle! I can never be without it!!!
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Review Title: Lovely

Review by Maryon June 14, 2017
Tastes wonderful. Quality, ingredients made with care and love. My favorite teas!
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Review by Pamelaon March 31, 2017
Horsetail is a major source of silicon, recommended for strong teeth and bones. All the Buddha Teas are very high quality -- fresh, aromatic, and delicious. And they are not "blended" with a bunch of other unwanted ingredients.

I start every day with a cup of horsetail/chamomile tea ( a teabag of each in one cup).
The chamomile is good for organs and the horsetail helps with joints. At my age (70), these are very welcome.

My only complaint is actually about the Redbush Tea. In English, it is called ROIBOS tea, and it is also very good. But for some reason, the Buddha website spells it the Dutch way (ROOIBOS), so no one can find it in the on-line catalog -- including their own sales reps.
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Review Title: Love this tea!

Review by Lorion January 10, 2017
I had the chance to try Horsetail tea once and loved it. I was so happy to find that Buddah Teas offered it in their selection of teas.
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Review by Roseon December 23, 2016
Heard about tea, did a search, tried it through this company, it is an easy process to order, came in a timely manner, and tasted really good, will be getting more boxes from this company
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