The Horse Chestnut tree is grown primarily for ornamental purposes today, and cam be found throughout towns and parks in the temperate regions of the United States. The tree itself produces copious amounts of its "fruit," which resembles small, prickly brown eggs. Within the fruit are the seeds, or nuts, which possess medicinal value.
Botanical Name: Aesculus hippocastanumCommon Name: Chestnut, Red Chestnut
Warning: The whole nuts/seeds are not for internal use, unless administered by a qualified practitioner.
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