Horse chestnut from edemas

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Speaking in medical terms, this is a chestnut horse seed extract,
which is a venotonic agent. It is used for symptomatic
treatment of varicose veins, venous insufficiency, withdrawal
edema, etc. Horse chestnut is traditionally used in folk
medicine for the treatment of mainly diseases associated with the system
blood circulation. It is easy to google a lot of articles on this topic. For example,

But I prefer, when using supplements, to rely not on articles on
folk medicine, but on instructions to pharmacies. Pharmacy
a drug-analogue of the observed additive, is Eszizan. it's the same
a preparation containing horse chestnut seed extract. It is worth while
use its instructions, because it does not have any
conjectures and clearly spelled out the pharmacological action, indications for
use, contraindications.

Under the spoiler instruction from the site

International name:
Chestnut Horse Seed Extract (Aesculo hippocastano semenis extract)

Group affiliation:
Vetotonizing agent of plant origin

Description of the active ingredient (INN):
Chestnut Horse Seed Extract

Description for trade name:

Dosage form:
coated tablets, sustained-release tablets coated with a coating

Pharmachologic effect:
Venonizing agent of plantorigin, reduces the permeability of capillaries, has a venotonic, anti-edematous, anti-inflammatory and angioprotective action. Prevents the activation of lysosomal enzymes that break down proteoglycan, increases the tone of the venous wall, eliminates venous congestion; reduces permeability and fragility of capillaries. Reduces exudation, reduces the effusion of fluid in the tissue and speeds up the resorption of the existing edema. It inhibits the processes of inflammation, improves microcirculation, contributes to the repair of organs and tissues.

Symptomatic treatment of lower veins diseaseslimbs: varicose veins, venous insufficiency (pain and heaviness in the legs, night cramps of the calf muscles, itchy skin, swelling of the legs), trophic ulcers of the lower leg, postthrombophlebitic syndrome, posttraumatic inflammation and postoperative swelling of the soft tissues.

Hypersensitivity, pregnancy (I trimester), lactation.

Side effects:
Allergic reactions (including a feeling of heat, skin rashes, hives, rarely - anaphylactic shock), irritation of the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract (dyspepsia, including nausea).

Dosing and Administration:
Inside, after eating, washed down with a large amountliquid, - 1 tablet 3 times a day; if necessary, increase the dose to 2 tablets 3 times a day. The course of treatment - 3 months. For tablets of prolonged action: 1 tablet 2 times a day, swallow without chewing.

Special instructions:
Possible appointment of pregnant women, especiallywith edema of the lower extremities in the III trimester (in the absence of nephropathy). If symptoms of irritation occur, the gastrointestinal tract should be taken with food. When there is a sudden appearance of severe symptoms of venous insufficiency (especially on one leg) - swelling, skin discoloration, a feeling of tension and heat, pain, you should exclude thrombosis of the veins of the lower extremities.

Strengthens the effect of indirect anticoagulants.

This supplement was purchased for mother-in-law. She has varicose veins and
constantly emerging swelling of the feet. Often by the evening feet swell so that
she can not wear shoes. In doing so, they also hurt. As she says, her feet
as if they were burning.

The doctor ordered her horse chestnut extract. At us in drugstores this
the drug was found only in the form of alcohol tincture. She drank it, and
impressions were very contradictory. The drug is very good
helped with edema and pain in the legs. But at the same time he created problems with
pressure. She has high blood pressure, and drugs on an alcohol basis to her
categorically do not go.

She asked me to look for an additive containing horse extract
chestnut, but necessarily in a tablet / capsule form, without
alcohol. found many options from different
manufacturers. These options vary in dosage, the number of tablets
and prices. I compared these variants, and it turned out that Planetary
Herbals, Full Spectrum Horse Chestnut - the most profitable option. 120
tablets, 300mg each for $ 10.36. Finally decided to order.

On the bank, of course, the composition

Under the cover is a protective membrane, under the membrane is a classic cotton wool

Well, in the bank, of course, tablets

Outwardly, there is nothing to talk about. And as for the impressions from the action of this drug, they are exceptionally positive.

At the first application of a foot at the mother-in-law to hurt or be ill; be sick more strongly in first two days
reception, but on the third day the pain abruptly passed. Then everything was simple
excellent-edemas were asleep, pains were gone. There was a pleasant side effect-
the pressure decreased. She usually takes Normodipine every day and
Lopaz for pressure reduction. After the beginning of reception of horse chestnut became
feel bad. It turned out that the pressure had fallen. Canceled
Normodipine and Lozap-pressure were normalized. I.e in her case the drug took on itself and the role of the drug from the pressure.

Varicose veins have not disappeared, but the swelling and pain this drug takes very well (and the pressure lowers the bonus).

In general, the drug is very pleased with its effect. Because the
The first bank is over, two new ones have been ordered, which you see on the
a photo.

In the case of my mother-in-law Planetary Herbals, Full Spectrum Horse Chestnut
was an excellent effective drug, 100% justified expectations.
Even more than 100%, because also the pressure in addition

You could say "I recommend", but I want to focus on
one principal moment. The mother-in-law did not self-medicate, she did not
subtracted about the horse chestnut in the newspaper, did not hear about him from the neighbor "a
Give me and I'll try! ". Her horse chestnut extract appointed doctor .
In general, I advise you not to get involved in self-medication, but on all issues,
concerning treatment, consult a doctor. And read carefully
the instruction to a chemist's analogue. Well and if the doctor such preparation
the hero of the review may well be

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