Equisetum arvense


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Noun1.Equisetum arvense - of Eurasia and Greenland and North AmericaEquisetum arvense - of Eurasia and Greenland and North America
horsetail - perennial rushlike flowerless herbs with jointed hollow stems and narrow toothlike leaves that spread by creeping rhizomes; tend to become weedy; common in northern hemisphere; some in Africa and South America
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Its contents profile states it contains garcinia cambogia, chromium picolinate, chitosan, equisetum arvense, momordica charantia, herbal sources of caffeine such as guarana, and other purported metabolic-supporting ingredients such as carnitine and Ilex paraguariensis, though there is a lack of information on the quantities of ingredients and other specific product information.
DAVID MORHICKMAN AIT is mare's tail, Equisetum arvense, probably the hardest weed to eradicate.
David Morhickman, by email CAROL: It is mare's tail, Equisetum arvense, probably the hardest weed to eradicate.
Winetherapy's natural use of ingredients include Olea Europaea fruit oil (juice from the olive), Vitis vinifera leaf extract (red vine leaf extract), Hydrolyzed grape fruit, Helianthus annuus seed oil (sunflower oil), Miele (honey), Vitis Vinifera juice (red grape juice), Fucus vesiculosus extract (seaweed) and Equisetum arvense leaf extract (horsetail extract).
For Equisetum arvense derived from different origins, discriminatory results in hierarchical cluster analysis of gene expression profiling in Saccharomyces cerevisiae were observed (Cook et al.
Mixed-linkage (1[right arrow]3), (1[right arrow]4)-[beta]-D-glucan is not unique to the Poales and is an abundant component of Equisetum arvense cell walls.
Equisetum arvense is very deep rooted and grows underground stems or rhizomes, which can be 7ft deep.
Spring X PHYLUM EQUISETOPHYTA EQUISETACEAE (Horsetail Family) Equisetum arvense L.
INCI: Prunus amygdalus(almond)oil (and) Equisetum arvense extract