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HORSE CHESTNUT EXTRACT

Escin (Aescin) is obtained from the seeds of the horse chestnut tree, which originated from Asia and was first introduced in Europe in the XVIII century. The fruit is used in folk traditional medicine as a grinded flour used in the manufacture of cleaning soaps to make the skin shiny.

BOTANICAL ORIGIN
ASSAY
BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY

Aesculus hippocastanum L.
Seed

≥16.0% ≤22.0% of saponins expressed as escin by spectrophotometry

Venotropic


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