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- Aesculus hippocastanum
- The substances aescine (from the seeds) and aesculine (from the bark) of the Aesculus treat disturbances in the blood circulation. The horse chestnut is a good remedy for persons who tend to haemorrhoids (piles) and varicous veins with a purple color. The...
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- Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)
- exudation and edema development5. Botany. Medicinal species: Aesculus hippocastanum.
- Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse chestnut)
- Monograph. Aesculus hippocastanum. (Horse chestnut).
- Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii' 'Baumannii' Horsechestnut
- Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii'. Figure 1. Mature 'Baumannii' Horsechestnut.
- Aesculus hippocastanum Horsechestnut
- Aesculus hippocastanum. Figure 1. Mature Horsechestnut.
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- National treasure horse chestnut hit by moth
- The common horse chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum, is a such a majestic tree.
- Introducing The O'right Camellia Botanical Range of Hair and Skin Care for
- Some of the natural oil-busting ingredients include Aesculus hippocastanum and niacin plus vitamins B3, B5 and B7. Camellia products also utilize ECOCERT certified organic surfactants to create a creamy lather that is hypoallergenic and easy to rinse.
- Champion trees of Britain and Ireland
- If, instead of planting Aesculus hippocastanum, we had all planted other horse chestnuts as well, then the horse chestnut leaf miner moth would not have had such a field day.
- Will the pests and pathogens conquer the conker?
- Aesculus hippocastanum, the horse chestnut from the warmer corners of eastern Europe – Turkey, Macedonia, Albania – doesn't really belong on a Mayo coastal hillside. Somebody, probably me, dropped a handful of conkers into a hole and forgot them.
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- Aesculus hippocastanum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Aesculus hippocastanum is a large deciduous tree, commonly known as Horse- chestnut or Conker tree. Contents.
- Aesculus hippocastanum
- Habitat. native to Greece and Albania; found in mountainous regions; zone 3; commonly cultivated throughout temperate zones. Habit and Form.
- Aesculus hippocastanum Horse Chestnut PFAF Plant Database
- Aesculus hippocastanum is a deciduous Tree growing to 30 m (98ft) by 15 m ( 49ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender.
- Aesculus Hippocastanum - Homeopathic Remedies
- Overview of Aesculus Hippocastanum (Aesc) as a homeopathic remedy.