Horse Chestnut Extract

Escin/Aescin 20%

  • Latin Name: Aesculus Hippocastanum
  • Source: Seed
  • Extraction Solvent: Ethanol & Water
  • Test Method: HPLC/ UV
  • CAS No.: 6805-41-0
  • Molecular Formula: C55H86O24
  • Molecular Weight: 1131.26

What’s Horse Chestnut Extract

Horse chestnuts tree is in the genera Aesculus family, may also be referred to as buckeyes in some places. Horse chestnuts are the fruit of the Ross Kastanie tree (Aesculus hippocastanum). Horse Chestnut was firstly found growing naturally in regions of Asia and North Greece, today the horse chestnut tree is cultivated in many areas of Europe and North America.

Many of the parts of the horse chestnut tree, including the seeds, leaves, and bark, have been used medicinally. The active ingredients in horse chestnut were Escin/Aescin, it can be used as a raw material of antiedema, relieving pain, easing the pressure, removing edema, antifatigue, has been widely used in the pharmaceutical field and health industry. Horse Chestnut seed extract is the most commonly used herbal remedy for venous insufficiency.

Horse Chestnut Extract Specifications

Products CodesSpecificationsTest Method
RaBHC01Aescin 20%UV
RaBHC02Aescin 20%HPLC

About The Supplier

Rainbow biotech is a wholesale supplier of plant-derived ingredients that serve cosmetics and drug manufacturers, animal feeding producers, food&beverage manufacturers. The products we supply on our site are exactly what we can do.  Customized specifications and powder(liquid) are available for bulk orders. We are able to deliver high purity minimum order quantity by kilogram.

Benefits of Horse Chestnut Extract

Years of pharmacological research and clinical application, which proved that Aescinate, the active ingredients of horse chestnut applies to plays an anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidation role and keeps moisturizing. In terms of relative sodium aescinate, aescin has a great significant treatment effect on the human body and few side effects. It can replace sodium aescinate in cosmetics and medicines.

The horse chestnut extract has been shown to promote circulation through the veins. Aescin fosters normal tone in the walls of the veins, thereby promoting the return of blood to the heart. This has made both topical and internal horse chestnut extracts popular in Europe for the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency and, to a lesser extent, varicose veins. Aescin also possesses anti-inflammatory properties and has been shown to reduce edema (swelling with fluid) following trauma, particularly following sports injury, surgery, and head injury.