aesculus hippocastanum

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Related to aesculus hippocastanum: Collinsonia canadensis
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horse chestnut tree

horse chestnut tree

Grows over 100 ft (35m) Nuts are moderately poisonous. Toxin is destroyed by roasting or boiling. Seeds contain a saponin called Escin, which is used externally to reduce swelling and increase skin tissue tone, increasing circulation and encouraging flexibility. Be careful.
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Assim, apresentam-se em destaque nessa revisao da literatura os possiveis beneficios da Castanha-da-India (Aesculus hippocastanum) e do o Hibisco (Hibiscus sabdariffa.L).
Bionomics of the horse-chestnut leaf miner Cameraria ohridella Deschka & Dimic 1986, a pest on Aesculus hippocastanum in Europe (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Gracillariidae).
Murakami et al., "Escins-Ia, Ib, Ila, and IIIa, bioactive triterpene oligoglycosides from the seeds of Aesculus hippocastanum L.: their inhibitory effects on ethanol absorption and hypoglycemic activity on glucose tolerance test," Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, vol.
Pritchard, "Germination of Aesculus hippocastanum seeds following cold-induced dormancy loss can be described in relation to a temperature-dependent reduction in base temperature (Tb) and thermal time," New Phytologist, vol.
The common horse chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum, is a such a majestic tree.
By which name is the tree Aesculus hippocastanum better known?
Apskaitai ir vertinimui buvo parinkti 88 paprastieji kaStonai (Aesculus hippocastanum L.), 65 uosialapiai klevai (Acer negundo L.) ir 49 paprastieji aZuolai (Qercus robur L.).
Buckeye trees are often confused with Aesculus hippocastanum, or the horsechestnut tree, a native of southeastern Europe.
AESCULUS hippocastanum, more commonly known as the Horse Chestnut, is in its full autumn glory now, with golden and red autumn foliage and a bumper crop of conkers for the children to play with.
This pilot investigation aimed to specifically measure lymphatic flow using non invasive nuclear medicine 'gold standard' pre and post herbal medicine interventions of a standardised herbal formulation of horsechestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum), butcher's broom (Ruscus aculeatus) and ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) (Horsechestnut Complex[R]) in a group of normal volunteers.