Henry Blooms Horse Chestnut 1500mg 90c

RRP: $34.15
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RRP: $34.15
SKU: BLHCH
BARCODE:# 93480918

Blooms Horse Chestnut promotes healthy circulation of the feet and legs. It can assist the functioning of small blood vessels improving tone and diminishing the appearance of varicose veins and spider veins. It also relieves other leg symptoms associated with poor circulation including swelling of legs and feet, leg pain, feelings of heaviness, cramping, muscle spasms and itchiness. Traditionally used in Europe to help relieve arthritis and rheumatism.


Horse Chestnut has long demonstrated impressive clinical results in the relief of symptoms associated with capillary fragility and poor venous tone. Escin, the most active constituent of Aesculus hippocastanum is responsible for such activity; it tones up the walls of the veins and improves the flow of blood back to the heart. It also relieves swelling by stopping excessive leakage through the walls of the capillaries.

 

Horse Chestnut has the ability to decrease capillary permeability by reducing the number and size of the small pores of the capillary walls. This reduction in capillary fragility and oedema appears to be partly due to its normalising action on the metabolism of connective tissue.

 

Investigators have also demonstrated escin has venotonic activity – the potential to increase venous tone by increasing the contractile action of the elastic fibres within the blood vessel wall (it is the relaxation of the blood vessel wall which greatly contributes to the development of varicose veins and other venous disorders).

 

Each capsule contains:

 

Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) extract

 

   equivalent to dry seed

1.5 g

   standardised to Escin

50 mg

 

No added gluten, yeast, milk derivatives, salt, lactose, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.


Adults:
Take 2 capsules daily.

Cautions & Interactions:
  • Although toxicity is rare, overdose of horse chestnut may lead to symptoms of enlarged pupils, drowsiness and flushing of the skin.
  • Possible theoretical interaction with blood thinning medicines and aspirin. Avoid using together.