There are indications that Horse Chestnut seed extract reduces the activity of lysosomal enzymes, which increases in chronic pathological conditions of the veins.
What does HCSE stand for?
HCSE stands for Horse Chestnut Seed Extract (herbal medicine)
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- Health Care Survey of DoD(Department of Defense) Beneficiaries (US DoD; TRICARE; Military Health System)
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- Hazardous Component Safety Data Statement (US Army)
- High Capacity Satellite Digital Service
- Heteroscedasticity-Consistent Standard Error
- High Cost Special Education (Canada)
- Human-Centred Software Engineering
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- Hyperbaric Chamber Support Equipment
- Hamilton County School Employees Credit Union (Cincinnati, OH)
- Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group (Belfair, WA)
- Horizontal Cavity Surface Emitting Laser
- Higher Corporation for Specialised Economic Zones (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
- Hanford Calibration and Standards Facility
- Health Care Stabilization Fund (Kansas)
- High in Cholesterol and Saturated Fat (diet)
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26) A randomized trial in patients with chronic venous insufficiency showed that horse chestnut seed extract improves contractibility of blood vessel walls, thereby improving circulation, reducing leakage through capillaries, and preventing edema compared with a control group.
The active component of horse chestnut seed extract is escin, a triterpenic saponin.
This study was carried out to compare the efficacy (oedema reduction) and safety of compression stockings class II and dried horse chestnut seed extract (HCSE, 50 mg aescin, twice daily).
Japanese horse chestnut seed extract (HCSE) dose-dependently inhibited the autooxidation of linoleic acid (IC(50): 0.
NUTRACEUTICAL TREATMENT FOR VARICOSE VEINS One of the most widely used nutraceutical approaches for varicose veins is horse chestnut seed extract (Aesculus hippocastanum).