Aesculus


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Aesculus

a genus of the family Hippocastanaceae of shrubs and trees. Called also horsechestnut, buckeye. Contains a toxic hydroxycoumarin glycoside esculin in seed pods and shoots; causes depression, tremor, incoordination, paralysis. Includes A. californica (California buckeye), A. glabra (Ohio buckeye), A. hippocastanum (horsechestnut), A. pavia (red buckeye), A. octandra (sweet buckeye).
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americana, Fagus grandifolia, Fraxinus americana, and Aesculus glabra in importance value.
Aesculus may interfere with anti-coagulant therapy, such as Warfarin, and is not recommended to be used during pregnancy or nursing.
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A FOR the next two months, take 20 drops of the herbal remedy Aesculus twice daily to help tone the blood vessels and reduce the inflammation.
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