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Horse Chestnut, 1 fl oz 29.6 ml, From Herb Pharm

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Natural Factors Horse Chestnut with Grape Seed Extract, 60 Capsules, 350 mg, From Natural Factors

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Horse Chestnut 300 Mg, 50 Capsules, From Nature's Life

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Now Foods Horse Chestnut Extract, 90 Capsules, 300 mg, From NOW

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Horse Chestnut Standardized, 90 Capsules, From Nature's Way

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Horse Chestnut Cream, 4 oz, From Planetary Formulas

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Horse Chestnut Extract, 60 Capsules, From Solaray

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VeinFactors Vericose Vein Complex, 90 Capsules, From Futurebiotics

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Derma E Clear Vein Creme Spider Vein / Bruise Solution, 2 oz.

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Flower Gel for Her Pleasure Women Stimulating Gel

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Venotone, 60 Capsules, From Life Extension

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Vitamin K Creme Plus, 2 oz, From Jason Natural

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Venotone, 60 Capsules, From Life Extension

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Now Foods Vein Supreme, 90 Vegetable Capsules, From NOW Foods

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Cough Syrup, 4 fl oz 118 ml, From Olbas Therpeutic

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Horse Chestnut 300mg 60 caps, Thompson Nutritional Products

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Horse Chestnut

Horse Chestnut

Horse Chestnut, in scientific terms, is scientifically popular as Aesculus hippocastanum. For years, the tree is known as Hippocastanum vulgare. It is different as compared to Sweet Chestnut. There is ample of Horse Chestnut growth in the central and northern countries of Asia. In the mid-sixteenth century, England imported the tree extracts from Asia.

As for the appearance of Horse Chestnut, its trunk is columnar and erect, which grows tall. The branches too spread widely. Bark of the tree is grayish green and is smooth. The tree's wood is spongy and soft. Horse Chestnut is used as fodder for cattle and horses mostly in the eastern countries. Cattle enjoy this fodder, while pigs stay away from it.

For using it, you need to soak Horse Chestnut first in limewater followed by grinding it and further mixing with it ordinary provender. Horse Chestnuts are planted in parks, private gardens and towns for ornamental purposes. These trees have a fine growth usually in the spring and are simply beautiful.

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Horse Chestnut with Grape Seed Extract
Horse Chestnut combines with the extract of grape seed and offer better support to your circulatory system. An active compound of the tree, which is Escin, makes the veins stronger for preventing leakage of fluids from the blood vessels that may cause swelling. As about the grape seed, it prevents damage to the body cells. The antioxidant combination of grape seed and the tree maintain capillaries and veins, which undergo frequent exposures to stress.


As for the dosage, you may have one capsule every twelve hours or according to your healthcare recommendations. Keep the product away from children.

Full Spectrum Horse Chestnut
People in the U.S. hardly know about this tree. The tree is a great source of flavones and saponins. According to modern research, these two components support the connective tissues and vascular system. The tree delivers about 20% aescin, which is a chief constituent required for potency. For strong vascular system, you may increase the intake of foods rich in flavonoids. Those foods are onions, blueberries, yarns, grapes and buckwheat. You need to avoid sitting or standing for long hours. To make the most of this product, you need to workout daily. One tablet twice a day along with meals ensures a good health overall.


Horse Chestnut Cream
This product is a result of the combination of 20% of aescin along with famous fortifiers such as witch hazel, myrrh, white oak and butcher's broom. The product supports deep moisturizing and fortification. It is very beneficial, if you wish to improve the varicose veins. As for the product use, you need to massage the cream into skin in the morning as well as in the night. It is best to seek help of a healthcare professional before using it. For better results, apply the cream for a minimum six weeks.


Derma E Clear Vein Creme Spider Vein / Bruise Solution
This cream contains around 3% of Horse Chestnut, grape seed, pycnogenol and witch hazel extracts. It helps you to remove capillary redness, spider veins and disperse bruises. It further improves the process of healing too. The formulation is effective and safe for everyday use. The cream is easy to use and simply helps in clearing broken capillaries and spider veins. The product is not animal-tested and is developed exclusively in the USA.


As for its use, you need to apply the cream to bruises and spider veins twice regularly. Use for six weeks continuously to see visible outcomes. Once you see the results, apply randomly, so the spider veins do not reappear.

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