the finest ingredient
what is horsetail?
This vibrant green fern is often called ‘the living fossil’, as it’s believed to have been around for more than 100 million years. Used in natural remedies since Greek and Roman times, it gets its name from its wispy fronds, which look like horses tails swishing in the breeze.
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how horsetail is made
Horsehair grows across the countryside in Europe and America and needs nothing else to help its flavour shine. The fronds are harvested at their most vibrant, then naturally dried to let their light, simple flavour shine.
Horsehair tea comes from the vibrant green, feathery leaves of this ancient fern.
naturally air dried
Once it’s been harvested, horsehair is left to air dry, locking in its smooth, herbal flavour.
It’s then simply ground to release its natural flavour and bagged, ready to drop into a cup of hot water.
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6 key horsetail benefits
Horsetail has been a much-loved ingredient in traditional remedies for centuries, believed to support your urinary tract and all-round health. With natural antioxidants and a fresh, light taste, it’s the perfect addition to support your healthy lifestyle.
- Supports detox
- Natural diuretic
- Natural antioxidants
- Good for hair and nails
- Naturally caffeine free
how to drink your horsetail tea
Horsetail tea is light and refreshing, so can be enjoyed just as it is. Just add hot water to the bag and leave it to steep for three to six minutes to release its fresh, aromatic flavour.
what will it taste like?
Horsehair has a light, delicate flavour – it’s historically been used as a salad leaf or simply cooked like asparagus. It has a mellow, slightly herby taste with a fresh aroma, perfect to give you a pick-me-up any time of the day.
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