Last month, the Serpentine Project, a monthly plant study group at the Trillium Center studied the medicinal, emotional, and energetic properties of horsetail. They studied Equisetum arvense, a common plant throughout the northern hemisphere.
They learned that horsetail is calming for the nervous system and good for the bones, hair, and teeth.
Learn more about what they discovered at http://serpentineproject.blogspot.com/2014/07/horsetail.html
This month, the Serpentine Project will meet from 4-6 pm on August 23 at the Trillium Center. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. We only have 10 seats. The fee for the study group is $10, which includes a sample to take home.