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HSN-W (100 caps)

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Price: $17.90
Stock #:
945
Form:
Capsules
Diet:
Kosher
Use:
Hair, Skin & Nails

Looking good depends on more than skin care and hair products. It starts on the inside with good nutrition. Key nutrients found in horsetail, dulse, rosemary and sage offer traditional beauty support for hair, skin and nails (HSN). For more than two decades, HSN-W has proven to be a winner for those wanting natural beauty benefits. Our wild-crafted horsetail is grown in the black soil of Bulgaria on small individual and communal farms. Local workers earn a fair living by harvesting it, and pesticide-free wild-crafting allows for maximum sustainability.

Benefits:

  • Enhances skin tone.
  • Supports healthy structural system function.
  • Provides 27.9 mg herbal silicon per 100 grams.

How It Works:

HSN-W contains two of the richest sources of silicon known in the plant kingdom--dulse and horsetail. Silicon works with calcium to improve the strength and flexibility of body tissues. It also adds to skin tone and sheen. Sage acts as a powerful antioxidant and preserves the integrity of body tissues. Rosemary adds additional antioxidant protection.

Ingredients:

Horsetail stem and strobilus, dulse fronds, rosemary leaves and sage leaves.

Recommended Use:

Take 3 capsules with a meal twice daily.

Components of this botanical beauty blend have been cherished for ages. Only more recently have these botanicals been prized for their beauty benefits.

The Romans valued horsetail for its healthful properties, and in the 1700s, people used its plant stems to scour their pots--hence the nickname scouring rush.

Northern Europeans were dining on dulse as far back as 600 A.D. Historically, this herb was used for its tonic effects and solicited for the treatment of both scurvy and constipation.

The ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians considered rosemary a sacred herb. Greek students wore it when taking exams to help them remember. In the Middle Ages, people wore a rosemary sprig to weddings to bring love and luck to the bride and groom.

Sage has been used by some Native American groups as part of their spiritual ceremonies. And today, smudging a room (spreading sage smoke throughout) is believed to help drive out negative energy and promote healing.

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