Horse Chestnut Standardized Extract - 300 mg, 90 Capsules (Nature's Wonderland)

Horse Chestnut Standardized Extract - 300 mg, 90 Capsules (Nature's Wonderland)

$12.95

Circulatory Tonic for Vein Health

  • Supports healthy circulation
  • Supports venous function

Horse Chestnut is a popular circulatory tonic. One of its active compounds, Aescin, has been shown to support healthy venous tone and maintain connective tissue's structural support within veins. Our standardized extract is meticulously extracted to provide the optimal 20% naturally occurring Aescin level per capsule.

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Gluten Free
Soy Free

Common use:

Supports healthy venous structure and function; supports normal circulation throughout the cardiovascular system; supports healthy blood flow to the lower extremities.

Suggested directions:

As a dietary supplement, adults take 1 capsule, three times daily with meals or as directed by a healthcare professional.

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We want you to be completely satisfied with every purchase from us. If you are not 100% satisfied, please contact our customer service department within 30 days of receipt of your order for a prompt refund, credit or exchange (less shipping charges).

$12.95

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