- Dietary Supplement
- Maximum strength Formula for
- Circulation, Swelling and Leg Vein Health
21st Century's Horse Chestnut Seed Extract (Aesculus hippocastanum) has been used for centuries to help maintain circulation in the legs. 21st Century's Horse Chestnut Seed Extract contains the naturally occurring Triterpene glycosides believed to be responsible for optimal leg vein health. 21st Century's standardized herbal extracts are thoroughly tested to assure specific levels of the important active ingredients are present for maximum benefit. No sugar, salt, preservatives or artificial flavors. 100% vegetarian formula. Ingredients
Ingredients: Horse Chestnut Extract (Seed) 600 mg (Standardized Concentrate of Aesculus Hippocastanum [Seed] 5:1 Containing 18%-22% Tritepenoid Glycosides Calculated as Escin); Vegetable Cellulose; Rice Bran; Oat Fiber; Magnesium Silicate; Magnesium Stearate; Silicon Dioxide.
Take up to two (2) vegetarian capsules daily after meals for maximum daily results, or as directed by a health care provider. Special Note
Keep out of reach of children. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Disclaimers:
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