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Horse Chestnut Extracts

Aesculus Hippocastanum                          50ml                                                                               

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Horse Chestnut Extracts
We made this infusion with a cold maceration method of extraction to make sure the wide spectrum of therapeutic plant chemicals – minerals, vitamins, alkaloids, flavonoids and other active components of the herbs are totally extracted and preserved.
Expertly expressed under rigorous quality criteria and processes from the Certified Organic Horse Chestnut Dried Nuts. We thoroughly create our extracts based on exact criteria where every herb is extracted based on the different characteristic of every plant!
Super focused Horse Chestnut tincture: arid plant material / menstruum ratio is 1:3! Extraction rate: 1 teaspoon of extract is equivalent to approximately 330 milligrams of Dried Nuts!
We create our liquid extracts utilizing ONLY organic ingredients! Our extracts don’t contain GMO, gluten, artificial colours, heavy metals, preservatives, fertilizers or pesticides!
Proudly made in the united states, at a FDA registered facility beneath srtict lab control.
Aesculus hippocastanum is a species of flowering plant from the soapberry and lychee family Sapindaceae. It’s a large deciduous, synoecious tree, popularly called Horse-chestnut or Conker shrub. Aesculus hippocastanum develops to 36 metres (118 feet ) tall, with a domed crown of stout branches; on older trees that the outer branches frequently pendulous with curled-up tips. The leaves are opposite and palmately compound; every leaflet is 13–30 cm long, which makes the entire foliage around 60 cm round, using a 7–20 cm petiole. The flowers are generally white with a tiny red spot. Normally only 1–5 berry build on every panicle; the casing is a green, spiky capsule comprising one (rarely two or 3 ) nut-like seeds known as Conkers or Horse-chestnuts. Every single conker is 2–4 cm diameter, shiny nut-brown using a whitish scar in the bottom. *

Menstruum: Alcohol, vegetable hands glycerin, crystal clear water. Includes NO: GMO, gluten, artificial colours, heavy metals, additives, additives, fertilizers.

Power: Dry plant substance / Substance ratio 1:3

Alcohol-based menstruum: Accredited Organic or Pharmaceutical grade double dried Alcohol, vegetable hands meals tier Glycerin.

Alcohol-FREE menstruum: Vegetable palm food tier Glycerin, purified crystal clear water.

Doesn’t include: GMO, gluten, artificial colours, heavy metals, additives, additives, fertilizers.

Indications: Don’t use if seal is missing or broken.

Consult with a physician before using if nursing or taking any medicines. Don’t use if you’re allergic to any components. Don’t use if seal is missing or broken. Store in a cool dry location.

Suggested dose and use: Shake well before using. Consider about 20-30 drops (1 ml or 1 full squeeze of the dropper bulb) to two ounces of water or juice around 4 times every day.

Horse chestnut may have a stimulant effect. Horse shestnut ingestion has an influence on the procedure for eliminating the lithium in the body. The lithium amount can become greater and contributes to high-priority side effects. Consult with a physician, maybe you’ll have to alter a dose of lithium.

Moderate Interaction with Drugs for diabetes (Antidiabetes medication ):

Horse chestnut has an effect of decreasing blood glucose level of their human body. Thereby contemporaneous with horse chestnut and recorded medications can reduce your blood glucose into the life threatening pace. Celebrate the degree of blood glucose . To begin with, consult with a physician, maybe the dose of your diabetes drugs will need to be changed.

Moderate Interaction with Drugs that slow blood clotting (Anticoagulant / Antiplatelet medications )

Simultaneous carrying of horse chestnut and antiplatelet drugs like aspirin, clopidogrel (Plavix), diclofenac (Voltaren, Cataflamothers), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others), naproxen (Anaprox, Naprosyn, others), dalteparin (Fragmin), enoxaparin (Lovenox), heparin, warfarin (Coumadin), and many others may increase the dangers of bleeding and bruising.

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