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Research


Carneiro, D. M., Freire, R. C., Honorio, T. C. D., Zoghaib, I., Cardoso, F., Tresvenzol, L. M. F., de Paula, J. R., Sousa, A. L. L., Jardim, P., & da Cunha, L. C. (2014). Randomized, Double-Blind Clinical Trial to Assess the Acute Diuretic Effect of Equisetum arvense (Field Horsetail) in Healthy Volunteers. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Jiang, X., Qu, Q. S., Li, M., Miao, S. Z., Li, X., & Cai, W. L. (2014). Horsetail mixture on rheumatoid arthritis and its regulation on TNF-alpha and IL-10. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 27(6), 2019-2023.

Wojnicz, D., Kucharska, A. Z., Sokol-Letowska, A., Kicia, M., & Tichaczek-Goska, D. (2012). Medicinal plants extracts affect virulence factors expression and biofilm formation by the uropathogenic Escherichia coli. Urological Research, 40(6), 683-697.

Nagai, T., Myoda, T., Nagashima, T. 2005. Antioxidative activities of water extract and ethanol extract from field horsetail (tsukushi) Equisetum arvense L. Food Chemistry, 91(3), 389-394.

Sandhu, N. S., Kaur, S., & Chopra, D. (2010). Equisetum arvense: pharmacology and phytochemistry–a review. Asian J Pharm Clin Res, 3(3), 146-150.


Patents


Rywak, A.A. 2011. Methods for co-production of ethanol and silica from equisetum, Ontario Inc.
Song, Z. Traditional Chinese medicine dispersible tablet for treating allergic rhinitis comprises e.g. radix astragali, horsetail, honeysuckle, radix pseudostellariae, Tribulus terrestris, liquorice, flower bud of lily Magnolia, and Longjing tea, Xian Fuan Creation Consulting Co Ltd.

Valeri, D. Food additive composition, useful in food product (e.g. dairy products (milk drinks)), comprises an agent reducing the adherence of dental biofilm, a mineralizing agent made of silicon and/or calcium, and an antiseptic agent, Valeri D.

Valeri, D. Food additive composition, useful in food product, comprises agent for reducing the adherence of the dental biofilm and mineralizing agent made of silicon, calcium and/or fluorine, Valeri D.

Walther, M. Composition, useful for e.g. chronic disease of alcoholism, comprises mixture of extracts from seven plants including e.g. German Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla or Matricaria discoidea) and excipients e.g. walnut oil, Walther M.

Yang, J., Liu, J. Preparation of silicate extracting solution by extracting silicon rich wood plant or field horsetail using hydrochloric acid aqueous solution as solvent, glycerol and choline chloride as stabilizer, centrifuging, and refluxing, Univ Jilin.

Zhilkin, V.N., Zhilkina, N.B. Method for body healing includes administering of medicative herb powder for five days of various composition, Zhilkin V N; Zhilkina N B.

Patents associated with Horsetail extracts and benefits

Claim

Patent

Extraction technique involving the use of ethanol and biological agents (e.g. bacteria, enzymes, yeast or combination
thereof) for the extraction of silica from horsetail weeds

US 08026086

Table containing various active ingredients from plants used in a traditional Chinese medicine including horsetail with enhanced absorption and bioavailability which can treat allergic rhinitis (claimed).

CN102949525-A

Food additive composition containing various ingredients from natural sources including horsetail (as a source of plant silica) which can be used in various food products. This composition involved in the food product containing beneficial elements for dental health, preferably to reduce caries and strengthen the teeth, gums and bone tooth.

FR2941846-A1
FR2941846-B1

Composition comprises a mixture of extracts from seven plants including E. arvense. Patent claims to control and help in breaking alcohol dependency.

EP2184069-A1

Method for preparing silicate extracting solution and silicon supplementing material for producing food or feed from horsetail.

CN102389107-A CN102389107-B

Medicative herb composition containing horsetail sprouts and other plant material for body healing. This composition can be used to restore the normal functions of the body using non-traditional methods and medicinal plants and herbs.

RU2310456-C2

Hair-developing and hair-blackening shampoo containing traditional Chinese medicine extract comprising e.g. palm fruit, jujube and field horsetail, and synergistic agent comprising e.g. tyrosine, and copper oxide can be used for detoxifying, nourishing Yin and supplementing kidney, restoring hair follicle, promoting hair thickening and growth, and treating alopecia and withered hair.

CN104257564-A

Composition containing pine bark extract, caffeine, curcumin, resveratrol, horsetail extract, L-cysteine, methylsulfonylmethane, biotin, and vitamin B6 can be used in the form of tablet, powder or liquid for maintaining hair growth, strength and condition, and/or reduction of hair loss (claimed).

GB2484812-A