Gel of fresh Aesculus hippocastanum (horse chestnut)
The properties described below relate to the traditional use of the herb
Draining (reduces the circumference of the ankle)
Contains extract of horse chestnut fresh harvest
Description - mode of action
Taking horse chestnut seems to increase the strength and tone of the veins. The astringent tannins in horse chestnut, vegetable dyes and the saponins combined to tone and strengthen vein walls, reducing permeability.
As aggravated disorders of the blood vessels during the summer, usually recommended preventive use of the herb horse chestnut just before the start of the warmer months, with a total download time three to four months.
Fresh horse chestnut, Aqua, Alcohol, Hydroxyproyl Methylcellulose, Polyglyceryl-3, laurate, Glycerin (vegetable origin)
Dosage and method of use
Adults: Apply to affected area and gently massage two times a day. For external use only.
Note: Due to the content of coumarin, the Aesculus can affect anticoagulant therapy (eg. Aspirin, warfarin).
Aesculaforce gel: As with all topical products, is to be tested first on a small area of skin.
Diabetics should not only be used for foot problems.
Children and pregnant: The tablets are not recommended unless pointed out by a specialist.