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the description of horse chestnut extract
Risun Bio-Tech Inc  Feb 05, 2017

The Description of Horse Chestnut Extract


Risun Bio-Tech Inc is one of the leading horse chestnut extract manufacturers and suppliers, welcome to buy factory supply pure natural and 100% natural escin, aescin, aesculus chinesis bge, cas:6805-41-0 of both low price and high quality.

                                                               

Product Details: 

Product Name: Horse Chestnut Extract

Other name: Escin; Aescin; Aesculus chinesis Bge

Botanical Source: Aesculus hippocastanum L.

Part Used: Seed

Appearance: Brown to Reddish-Brown

Specifications:  20% aescin HPLC or UV

CAS No.: escin 6805-41-0

                                                             

Studies of the product: 

Horse chestnut seed extract (HCSE) is widely used in Europe for chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), a syndrome that may include leg swelling, varicose veins, leg pain, itching, and skin ulcers. Although traditionally recommended for a variety of medical conditions, CVI is the only condition for which there is strong supportive scientific evidence.

Horse chestnut extract is one of the major products of our company. All the manufacture process includes extraction, distillation, purification are controlled by the experienced workers. 

                                                                     

Horse chestnut contains several triterpene glycosides, with aescin predominating in the seeds. Coumarin glycosides aesculin, fraxin, and scopolin and their corresponding aglycones, aesculetin, fraxetin, and scopoletin, are also found, along with flavonoids such as quercetrin. Allantoin, leucocyanidin, tannins, and the plant sterols sitosterol, stigmasterol, and campesterol have also been identified. The whole extract made from the horse chestnut is probably superior to the isolated aescin. This is a commonly overlooked mechanism of most herbs. The combination of the entire plant components synergistically can often produce superior results as compared to a refined, isolated active ingredient of the herb.

Trial studies suggest that horse chestnut may also be of value in treating lung conditions of infarction, embolisms and thrombosis.

                             


Health Benefits:

1.Horse Chestnut Extract have been employed in the treatment of rheumatism and neuralgia, and also in rectal complaints and for haemorrhoids.Veinotonic and to reduce capillary permeability (and so minimize varicose veins);Treatment of venous 

insufficiency; Anti-edemic; Anti-inflammatory.

2.Horse chestnut extract has demonstrated a variety of beneficial effects including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiedema, venotonic (helpful to veins) and vasoprotective (protective of vessels or ducts) actions. 


The Use of Horse Chestnut Extract 

1. Horse chestnut is a plant. Its seed, bark, flower, and leaves are used to make medicine. Horse chestnut contains significant amounts of a poison called esculin and can cause death if eaten raw.

2. Horse chestnut seed and leaf are used for treating varicose veinshemorrhoids, and swollen veins (phlebitis).
3. Horse chestnut seed is used for 
diarrhea, fever, and enlarged prostate.
4. Horse chestnut seeds can be processed so that the active chemicals are separated out and concentrated. The resulting “extract” is used for treating a 
blood circulation problem called chronic venous insufficiency.
5. Horse chestnut leaf is used for 
eczema, menstrual pain, soft tissue swelling from bone fracture and sprains, cougharthritis, and joint pain.
6. Horse chestnut branch bark is used for 
malaria and dysentery.
Some people apply horse chestnut branch bark to the 
skin for lupus and skin ulcers.