seeds have been used as an anti-inflammatory for centuries. The extract is a natural astringent and hair softner. Used in volume design foam and all day hold spritz to give less crispy more conditioned feel.
Horse Chestnut's actions are astringent and anti-inflammatory. It is used to affect the circulatory system where it seems to increase the strength and tone of veins. Its internal used to help in treatment of phlebitis, inflammation in the veins, varicosity and hemorrhoids. Externally it may be used as a lotion for the same conditions as well as for leg ulcers. The bark has tonic, narcotic and febrifuge properties and is used in intermittent fevers.
Horse Chestnut (born on 19 August 1995) is a champion thoroughbred racehorse bred in South Africa by Harry and Bridget Oppenheimer at their Mauritzfontein Stud in Kimberley. He won the South African Triple Crown and was awarded both Horse of the Year and Champion 3-year-old Colt at three. He ran 10 races, winning 9 and being placed 3rd once.
Traditional remedy used for centuries to help maintain vascular integrity and to enhance circulation in the legs, which has been supported by recent research. It can be found growing abundantly in Europe and the Untied states as a shrub or tree.