Vitacost Sustained Release Horse Chestnut Extract
What is Horse Chestnut?
Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) is a tree native to Greece and other mountainous regions of the Balkan Peninsula. Widely cultivated throughout the world today, horse chestnut trees produce nut-like seeds called conkers, or horse chestnuts. Historically, whole horse chestnuts were used as game pieces and beads for jewelry, while an extract from their seeds and the tree’s flowers have been used for health purposes.
What are the key ingredients of Vitacost® Horse Chestnut Extract?
- Horse chestnut seed extract contains aescin, a natural saponin and bioflavonoid identified as its main, active constituent.
- Horse chestnut seed extract is commonly used in European alternative health practices for leg and vein support.
- Standardized to 22% aescin
- Also supplies 100 mg of calcium per tablet
- Sustained release formula for longer lasting effects
- Contains 120 servings per bottle
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Horse Chestnut Extract ( Seed ) ( Standardized To : 22% , Aescin ) ( 44 Mg ) , Other Ingredients : Vegetable Stearic Acid , Vegetable Magnesium Stearate , Hypromellose and Vegetable Glycerin .
Contains Tree Nuts and Their Derivatives.
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