Horse Chestnut

Daisyduckworth(Aust)August 2, 2006

I would like details of how to prepare Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) for medicinal purposes, with parts used, and recommended dosages, please.

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Daisy, use the fruit of the horse chestnut. The nut itself. You can make a tincture. Use dried, chopped horse chestnuts. Macerate in 50% grain alcohol and 50% distilled water. Let sit for a few weeks. Dosage depends on a few factors. Start at 5 drops a day and work up to 20 drops per day, if needed.

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