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equisetum is ggod for what?

K N and P J Harris ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Mon May 26 04:53:05 EST 1997


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> From: Paulo Campos <campus at mail.telepac.pt>
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> I'm looking for uses for Equisetum.
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> Is there any?
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Not a lot I should think BUT
Equisetum has a high micro-crystaline silica content. When ashed it has 
the reputation of producing a good scouring powder!
Peter,
Reading, UK.




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