Poor Venous Circulation
Horse Chestnut originated in Turkey and was eventually introduced to Europe as an ornamental tree in the 16th century. Based on the doctrine of signatures, the cracked fruit mimicked the semblance of a hemorrhoid. The primary action of Horse Chestnut is as a portal system drainer with an affinity for the lower burner and a secondary site of action on the pulmonary sphere. The unique qualities of these buds help strengthen capillary resistance and reduce inflammation and swelling thus reducing capillary permeability while decongesting the portal venous system and easing respiratory insufficiencies.
Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)
Bud Extract (1:20) 0.028 ml
-1.4 mg Dried Equivalent
Water, ethanol, glycerin
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, do not use. Refer to product label for further details.
Take 10 drops once daily, or as recommended by your health care practitioner. Invert bottle and shake lightly allowing for drops to fall directly under the tongue or into 1/4 oz of water. To promote drop flow, invert bottle and shake before each use.