Jan de Vries
The Horse Chestnut trees planted by Alfred Vogel in the Bioforce fields have grown to splendid maturity. Not to be confused with the edible sweet chestnut, the hard, round seeds of the Horse Chestnut are assiduously gathered each autumn for use in this tincture.
About the herb Aesculus
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|Tincture of fresh Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) seeds, extracted in alcohol (66%v/v).|
|Directions for Use:|
|Adults: 20 drops twice a day immediately after meals, in a little water.|
|Maintenance: 20 drops once a day, in a little water.|
|Children: This product is not recommended for children.|
|Please seek medical advice if pregnant.|
|Keep out of reach and sight of children.|
|Store in a cool dry place.|
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