Horse chestnut extract is made from the seeds of the Europe Aesculus chinensis (Asculushipocasamnum) , Japan horse chestnut (Acsculsturbina Blumc) and China species Aesculus WilsomRehd).
Its seeds and young branches bark can be used as medicine. It is widely used in Europe. It was used for antipyretic as early as the 18th century, and it was used for the treatment of back sores in the late 19th century. Aescin is the main active ingredient , kind of triterpene saponins.
Horse chestnut extracts
Aesculus chinensis Bunge
Original of the plant:
Yellow brown powder
*Horse chestnut extract has anti-osmosis, detumescence and improve blood circulation, increase venous tension, suppress gastric emptying, clear active oxygen and anti-tumor effects. Clinically, it can be widely used in chronic venous insufficiency, hemorrhoids, edema, and asthma.
Clinical studies have shown that escin can promote the health of blood vessels in the legs. Studies have shown that escin maintains blood vessel integrity and healthy blood circulation. Horse chestnut is used to treat leg discomfort caused by venous dysfunction (chronic venous insufficiency), such as leg pain and heaviness, night calf cramps, itching, and leg swelling. Relieve swelling of bones and joints after trauma and surgery; lower abdominal pain and low back pain due to menstrual disorders.
Many players on the European football stadium were injured. Germany and Italy provided horse chestnuts for the players to heal their injuries. The seed extract of horse chestnut (aescullus hippocastanum) can treat injuries, bruises, bruises, strains, sprains, bruises, frostbite, hemorrhoids, localized edema and varicose veins. Horse chestnut is the second best-selling herb after ginkgo in Germany.
*Aescin can constrict the veins and reduce the capillary permeability induced by histamine or S-hydroxytryptamine. Based on these properties of saponins, horse chestnut seed extracts are used in cosmetics.