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Horsechestnut Liquid Herb Extract

Horsechestnut

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Horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) may be helpful with Varicose veins, haemorrhoids, cellulitis and diabetic neuropathy.
Standardized horsechestnut extract is considered to be an extremely valuable aid in the treatment of disorders such as varicose veins in different individuals. Horsechestnut extract inhibits the action of the enzyme hyaluronidase in the body and decreases the permeability of the veins and as a result venous fragility is lowered.

The flow of blood in the blood vessels and the muscular tone of the veins are also beneficially improved by the horsechestnut herb.

A clinical study compared the effects of the horse chestnut extract to those induced by compression stockings and to the placebo use during a trial treatment for varicose veins in groups of patients.  Edema in the lower legs was significantly reduced by both the herbal medicine and the stockings when the results were compared to the placebo effect.

Horsechestnut herbal extract is beneficial in treating feelings of physical tiredness and heaviness in the body, it rapidly alleviates swelling in the legs, when such results are compared to the effects induced by a placebo.

Several triterpene glycosides are present abundantly in the horse chestnut plant, the compound known as aescin predominates in the seeds of the plant. Also present in the plant are the coumarin derived glycosides compounds such as aesculin, the compound fraxin, and the compound scopolin - these chemicals are present along with their corresponding derivatives, such as the aglycones, the aesculetin, the compound fraxetin, and scopoletin, at the same time, the plant is also rich in the class of plant based organic compounds known as flavonoids including the beneficial compound called quercetrin. The plant also contains significant levels of the compounds such as allantoin, the leucocyanidins, various tannins, and other plant sterols including the compound sitosterol, the compound stigmasterol, and the compound campesterol - these have been positively identified in the herbal extracts of the horsechestnut plant.

$18.00$228.00 excl. GST

Product Code: hor2. Dimensions: N/A

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Horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) may be helpful with Varicose veins, haemorrhoids, cellulitis and diabetic neuropathy.
Standardized horsechestnut extract is considered to be an extremely valuable aid in the treatment of disorders such as varicose veins in different individuals. Horsechestnut extract inhibits the action of the enzyme hyaluronidase in the body and decreases the permeability of the veins and as a result venous fragility is lowered.

The flow of blood in the blood vessels and the muscular tone of the veins are also beneficially improved by the horsechestnut herb.

A clinical study compared the effects of the horse chestnut extract to those induced by compression stockings and to the placebo use during a trial treatment for varicose veins in groups of patients.  Edema in the lower legs was significantly reduced by both the herbal medicine and the stockings when the results were compared to the placebo effect.

Horsechestnut herbal extract is beneficial in treating feelings of physical tiredness and heaviness in the body, it rapidly alleviates swelling in the legs, when such results are compared to the effects induced by a placebo.

Several triterpene glycosides are present abundantly in the horse chestnut plant, the compound known as aescin predominates in the seeds of the plant. Also present in the plant are the coumarin derived glycosides compounds such as aesculin, the compound fraxin, and the compound scopolin - these chemicals are present along with their corresponding derivatives, such as the aglycones, the aesculetin, the compound fraxetin, and scopoletin, at the same time, the plant is also rich in the class of plant based organic compounds known as flavonoids including the beneficial compound called quercetrin. The plant also contains significant levels of the compounds such as allantoin, the leucocyanidins, various tannins, and other plant sterols including the compound sitosterol, the compound stigmasterol, and the compound campesterol - these have been positively identified in the herbal extracts of the horsechestnut plant.

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