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This is a fresh herb preparation containing Aesculus hippocastanum. Made from the fresh seeds of the Horse Chestnut Tree. Aesculus has been used for venous conditions since the end of the 19th century.
It is a tall tree characterised by large, sticky buds and a seed which will be instantly recognisable to many children who spend their autumn afternoons seeking out the biggest and best conkers to thread onto a piece of string. The origin of the family name Aesculus is unclear.
The species name, hippocastanum, literally means horse chestnut. This term probably arose from the early use of the seed to treat coughing and broken wind in horses, distinguishing it from the chestnuts eaten by humans.
Tincture of fresh Aesculus hippocatanum (Horse Chestnut) Seeds, extracted in Alcohol (68% v/v)
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