Horse Chestnut PHYTOFLOR® Titrex
Fragility of the small vessels?
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Horse Chestnut is a beautiful tree from India, which was imported into Europe in the 17th century.
The legend says that the gardener of the emperor Maximilien planted the first foot.
It was BACHELIER who introduced it to France in 1615. Since then, it has majestically adorned parks and walks in our cities.
In the 17th century and under NAPOLEON, during the continental blockade, doctors used it for its febrifugal properties in place of cinchona.
However, since 1708, many authors TOBLER, D'ARTAULT DE VEVEY, LECLERC have contributed to highlighting the activity of the horse chestnut seed in the treatment of circulatory disorders; a property that has contributed to relegating its febrifuge component to oblivion.
The very bitter "chestnuts" are also used in the feeding of goats, pigs and sometimes fish.
The flour obtained by grinding is used in cosmetics to make the skin shiny and its pulp in soap.
The chestnut powder, mixed with the irrigation water has the property of eliminating earthworms from flowerpots.
Given its bitterness, we use the Horse chestnut in the form of an extract in order to fight against problems poor venous circulation: feeling of heavy legs, hemorrhoids and fragility of superficial micro-circulation.
Latin name: Aesculus hippocastanum
Part used: Seed
Activities: Traditionally used:
- to reduce the feeling of heavy legs, or the discomfort of hemorrhoids
- in the manifestations of the fragility of the small vessels of the skin
Precautions for use: In cures of 20 days per month
Alternation: Petit houx - Vigne rouge
Composition for 2 capsules of 300 mg:
Concentrated extract of Horse chestnut (Aesculus Hippocastanum): 400mg
Excipients: gelatin in the capsule, magnesium stearate, sodium carbonate
Take 2 capsules per day, in a single take, for 15 days or punctually when the need arises.
Phytoflor® products are not drugs.
Do not give to children under 12, pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Do not exceed the recommended dose.
Store in a dry place away from heat and out of the reach of children.
Food supplements should not replace a diversified diet.