How often should I take horse chestnut for hemorrhoids?

Answer On One Hand: Taken Twice DailyAdults can take 300 mg of horse chestnut seed extract every 12 hours, according to the National Institutes of Health. Each dose will contain about 50 to 75 milligrams ... Read More »

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What is a horse chestnut?

A horse chestnut is a large deciduous tree. The fruit that grows on the tree is also known as a horse chestnut. The tree is grown largely for ornamental purposes, although there are uses for the fr... Read More »

Is the"chestnut blight"a horse?

Although horses have horny growths on the insides of their legs called chestnuts or can have a coat color referred to as chestnut, the chestnut blight has nothing to do with horses. Chestnut blight... Read More »

What color is a chestnut horse?

A chestnut horse has a primarily red-brown or deep red color coat. The chestnut horse must inherit the "red" gene from both parents. This means that one or both parents may not actually have chestn... Read More »

How Is Horse Chestnut Good for Leg Circulation?

The horse chestnut tree is found throughout Europe and North America, although it is native to the Balkans. Horse chestnut seed extract has beneficial effects on vein health and is approved for the... Read More »