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Reprinted by permission from Bill Faloon of The Life Extension Foundation

New Support for Vericose Veins
Overseas studies reveal the venotonic properties of horse chestnut extract.  Horse chestnut has demonstrated a variety of beneficial effects supporting anti-inflammation, antioxidant, anti-edema, venotonic (helpful to veins) and vasoprotective (protective of vessels or ducts) actions.  Published studies consistently show it may alleviate subjective symptoms of venous insufficiency such as pain, tiredness, tension or heaviness in the legs.

Because most of these vericose studies are written in German, American doctors have not been enlightened about this natural herbal remedy that is so frequently prescribed in other countries.

Chronic venous insufficiency cannot be deemed a minor health impairment.  Those afflicted with venous disease may require hospital or nursing home treatment, including surgical treatment, and are often forced into retirement.  The therapeutic objective in managing venous insufficiency is to treat it at an early stage in order to prevent dangerous and expensive complications.

As noted, leg edema may be reduced in response to horse chestnut extract along with improvement in circulation which may prevent or delay ulceration.

The German Health Ministry requires that horse chestnut drugs contain 16 to 20 percent escin.  For women concerned with unsightly vericose veins, horse chestnut extract may be the ultimate solution.

Most Prescribed Herbal Monopreparations in Germany


Retail sales (Millions U.S.)

Ginkgo biloba (circulatory agent)


Horse Chestnut (venous agent)


Yeast (antidiarrheal)


Urtica (urologic agent)


Crataegus (cardiac agent)


Hypericum (antidepressant)


Echinacea (immunostimulant)


Valerian (sedative)


Source: Arzheimittelvergordnungsreport

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