All Horse Chestnut Benefits/Effects/Facts & Information
Horse Chestnut (aesculus hippocastanum) contains a special constituent known as aescin which is responsible for many of the health benefits associated with horse chestnut. Studies show that aescin stimulates circulatory health. These aescins are among the most potent saponins for circulatory health benefits, given their ability to treat varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency.
Things to Know About Horse Chestnut
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Things to note about Horse Chestnut
Horse Chestnut is the third most common herb supplement sold in Germany particularity for its ability to reduce swelling and inflammation caused by vein diseases of the legs.
How To Take Horse Chestnut
Recommended Horse Chestnut dosage, active amounts, other details
The standard dose recommended for Horse Chestnut is 300 mg taken twice daily of an extract standardized to contain 50 mg aescin per serving.
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