Ingredients: Wild chestnut extract, arnica extract, combined extracts of calendula and chamomile, vitamins A and E.
Total active ingredients: 21.9% herbal extract.
Use: Recommended against the unpleasant skin conditions caused by phlebitis, as well as for care of tired and tense legs.
The Horse-chestnut or Conker tree (Aesculus hippocastanum) is a large deciduous tree. The non-edible fruit is a green, softly spiky capsule containing one (rarely two or three) nut-like seeds called conkers or horse-chestnuts, which are used by folk medicine and modern medicine alike. It’s seeds and bark contain different active ingredients, effective as treatment for both venous circulatory failure and capillary weakness. Recent studies have demonstrated the aescin, which is the main active compound in horse chestnut, has an anti-inflammatory effect. Furthermore, high-quality evidence suggests aescin is a safe and effective treatment for chronic venous insufficiency. In one randomized controlled trial, horse chestnut extract was found to be as effective and well-tolerated as use of compression stockings.*
Biomed was founded in 1991 in Palotás, which is located in the southern foot of the Cserhát mountains. This region has a strong tradition of medicinal herb cultivation and processing. In recent years, since more and more research and experiments have complemented Biomed’s medicinal herb cultivation, they have decided to use their acquired knowledge to produce products whose ingredients are purely of natural herbal extracts and essential oils. Biomed’s main goal is to reliably produce and sell products of a consistent high quality. In order to achieve this, their products contain basic and active ingredients of strictly pharmacopoeial quality, and the products’ packaging is aesthetic with a modern and quality guarantee character. The ever-expanding product portfolio does not contain artificial colors or fragrances.