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CAS 6805-41-0 horse chestnut seed extract powder aescin

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Type: Herbal Extract
Variety: Horse Chestnut P.E
Place of Origin: Shaanxi China
Brand Name: Natural Field
Packaging: Plastic Container,Vacuum Packed
Grade: Medicine grade
Form: Powder
Part: Seed
Extraction Type: Solvent Extraction
Product Name: horse chestnut p.e
Active Ingredient: Aescin
Specification: 20%,40%
Certificate: ISO9001/Halal/Kosher
Application: Anti-inflammatory
Test Method: UV
Shelf Life: 2 Years Proper Storage
MOQ: 1 Kg
CAS No: 6805-41-0
Storage: Dry Area
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 20X18X15 cm
Single gross weight: 1.2 KG
Package Type: 1kg/bag, 25kg/drum for horse chestnut powder or as your requirement.
Product Description

Banner.jpgHorse chestnut extract Aescin

1. Introduction & source of Horse Chestnut P.E:

Horse chestnut, or Aesculus hippocastanum, is a tree native to the Balkan Peninsula. Extract from the horse chestnut seed is a popular dietary supplement commonly used to improve vein health and reduce inflammation. Horse chestnut contains significant amounts of a poison called esculin and can cause death if eaten raw.

2. Main ingredient of Horse Chestnut P.E:

The main active component in horse chestnut extract is aescin, which has been studied for its many health benefits. Horse chestnut seed extract is generally safe to take or use topically.

3. Specification of Horse Chestnut P.E:

Main ingredient





UV 20%/ UV 40%







4. Function & application of Horse Chestnut P.E:

Horse Chestnut extract contains an active substance such as aescin, and may be present in the form of capsule, tablet, injection or the like.




lImprove blood circulation

5. Recommended dosage:

Horse chestnut extract typically contains 20–40% aescin. In most studies, the dosage used is 100–150 mg of aescin per day. Therefore, it’s best to follow suggested dosing instructions.

6. Attention:

Keep in mind that supplements haven't been tested for safety and due to the fact that dietary supplements are largely unregulated, the content of some products may differ from what is specified on the product label. Note, too, that the safety of supplements in pregnant women, nursing mothers, children, and those with medical conditions or who are taking medications hasn't been established.

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