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Nutrient - Horse chestnut

(Aesculus hippocastanum)

By Nutri People

The Horse chestnut tree came to Britain from the Mediterranean during Elizabethan times. Its seeds contain many constituents, including aescin, flavonoids and tannins. Applied to skin, Horse chestnut seed extract helps support normal vein and capillary tone and width, and healthy tissue water balance and blood circulation, for healthy-looking legs and skin.

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