Horse Chestnut Extract is a popular herbal supplement. Contains horse chestnut seed extract standardised to 18-20% aescin for a consistently effective level of active ingredient in every capsule. Horse chestnut extract helps to support healthy veins and capillaries. 100% active ingredients formulated by expert nutritionists.
Reasons to Love
Standardised to 18-20% aescin
Long history of traditional use
Traditionally used to decrease the sensation of heavy legs
Vegan formulation suitable for daily use
Traditionally used to decrease the sensation of heavy legs, horse chestnut extract has been shown to help maintain effective circulation thus supporting healthy veins and capillaries. The horse chestnut seed extract in this supplement is standardised to 18-20% aescin, ensuring a consistently effective level of active ingredient inside every capsule.
Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) is a large deciduous tree that is native to Europe and prevalent throughout the UK. Also known as a conker tree, the large gleaming mahogany seeds are encased within spiky pods which appear in abundance each autumn.
Contains 100% active ingredients formulated by expert nutritionists with no artificial fillers and no nasties. Sourced according to Viridian’s strict ethical criteria including no animal testing, GMO or palm oil.
Just to make you aware we are currently updating our packaging so your supplement may look a little different.Please don't worry, it's the same goodness inside.
Horse Chestnut seed Extract (18-20% aescin)
Horse Chestnut seed powder
Plant cellulose capsule
In a base of Alfalfa and Spirulina and Bilberry
Directions & Storage
As a food supplement, take one capsule daily with food. Do not exceed stated dose unless recommended by your healthcare practitioner. Store in a cool dry place, out of the sight and reach of children. Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation unless recommended by a healthcare practitioner. This is a food supplement, not to be used as a substitute for a varied diet and lifestyle.
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