Supports Healthy Heart Circulation & Healthy Veins*
Standardized extract with added Rutin – a powerful antioxidant which has been included as a synergist to increase the effects.
Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) is often prescribed in Europe by both doctors and dermatologists to help with circulatory problems and related side effects caused by prescription medications, such as painful leg swelling and hypertension.
For centuries, horse chestnut seeds, leaves, bark, and flowers were used for a variety of conditions and diseases. Today, horse chestnut seed extract is used primarily as a traditional remedy for chronic venous insufficiency (a condition in which the veins do not efficiently return blood from the legs to the heart). This condition is associated with varicose veins, pain, ankle swelling, feelings of heaviness, itching, and nighttime leg cramping. Because it is often so successful in bringing down swelling in the body, the seed extract has also been used as a traditional remedy to treat hemorrhoids.
- Regular use promotes healthy blood circulation and blood vessels.
- Used to treat peripheral vascular disease, leg swelling, Chronic Venous Insufficiency, blood clots, Deep Vein Thrombosis, varicose veins, ankle swelling.
- An alternative to surgery as Horse Chestnut has been used in many cases to bring down the bulging from large varicose veins.
- Daily use has in some cases prevented further spider veins from spreading.
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More About Horse Chestnut
The research into horse chestnut benefits has had very few adverse side effects. Horse chestnut is thought to be remarkably safe and well tolerated by most people. Some research has shown that aescin is more absorbable by the body during the daytime than night — something to consider if you supplement with horse chestnut.
Did you know?
- Horse chestnut seed and leaf are used for treating varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and swollen veins (phlebitis).
- Horse chestnut seed is used for diarrhea, fever, and enlarged prostate.
- Horse chestnut seeds can be processed so that the active chemicals are separated out and concentrated. The resulting “extract” is used for treating a blood circulation problem called chronic venous insufficiency.
- Horse chestnut leaf is used for eczema, menstrual pain, soft tissue swelling from bone fracture and sprains, cough, arthritis, and joint pain.
- Horse chestnut branch bark is used for malaria and dysentery.
- Some people apply horse chestnut branch bark to the skin for lupus and skin ulcers.
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