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Horse chestnut refers to forage plants - according to legend, horse chestnuts were brought to Central Europe by the Turks as feed for horses. The flesh of this nut is white, tender.
The homeland of horse chestnut is the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula: Albania, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Bulgaria. There's a tree growing in the woods.
Flowers, fruits, leaves, bark, nut shells and even the roots of horse chestnut have healing properties. Flowers and leaves are harvested in may. Seeds (nuts) are harvested from the beginning of September. Bark is harvested from the beginning of October.
Fruits-boxes of horse chestnut green have many spikes. In these boxes hides a nut, which in common and called chestnut. The seed-nut bright, brown, 2-4 cm in diameter. The fruits ripen in late August-September.
Contraindications to the use of horse chestnut:
low blood pressure (hypotension),
severe liver and kidney disease, renal failure;
intestinal atony with constipation;
children under 12 years;
When an overdose when taken orally can be heartburn, nausea, pain in the heart.
Medicinal properties of horse chestnut are caused by chemical composition. The seeds contain triterpene saponins (escin), tannins, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B1, coumaric glycosides esculin, praxin. The bark contains tannins, escin, esculin, maxin, vitamin B1.
The leaves of horse chestnut are rich in carotenoids (provitamin A), pectin, glycosides Eskelinen, Fraxinus. In flowers a large number of flavonoids (rutin), mucus, tannins and pectin.
The main properties for which the horse chestnut is valued in official medicine and its extract drugs – venoprotektornym, venotonic, anti-inflammatory and improves microcirculation in veins. And, of course, antithrombotic, which reduces the viscosity of the blood.
The Tincture on fruits of Horse Chestnut contains in its composition the following components:
horse chestnut fruits;
Expense of contents in the horse chestnut a powerful combination of glycosides – esculin, maxina and escin – with vitamins and other substances, horse chestnut exhibits many useful properties:
restores blood formula;
neutralizes the effects of ionizing radiation.
Folk medicine has accumulated a wealth of experience in the use of horse chestnut, official medicine also widely uses the beneficial properties of this medicinal plant.
Due to the low toxicity and useful esculin, fraxin and excin, the pharmacological properties of the plant have an excellent effect on the body in many diseases:
gout (external rubbing);
Inside: 1 tsp 3 times a day.
Outer: apply to skin and rub for 2 min.
Microclysters: 5 ml. is dissolved in 30 ml. of warm water.
Shelf of life: 2 years.
Volume: 250 ml.