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A small retail seller of cigars.
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The largest horse chestnut |tree in the country at Hughenden estate, near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
We believe that by preparing for these threats through use of novel, environmentally-benign solutions, we will be able to anticipate and manage pests such as the horse chestnut leaf miner and prevent them from becoming a real threat in the future.
Treatment of patients with venous insufficiency with fresh plant horse chestnut seed extract: a review of 5 clinical studies.
Our previous studies showed significant growth and multiplication, as well as simple nutritive demands of androgenic embryos [14] and horse chestnut hairy roots [15].
My knuckles still carry the scars caused by errant horse chestnuts, mostly belonging to a kid called Cox who pickled his in urine.
A heavy infestation may cause trees to struggle to produce enough nutrients to grow goodsized horse chestnuts.
A systematic review identified 13 trials evaluating standardized preparations of horse chestnut seed extract for CVI.
Atkins Dia-Circ is a formula that supports overall circulatory health and is enriched with ingredients such as horse chestnut, ginkgo biloba, vitamin C and pantothenic acid.
Horse chestnuts in Europe (Aesculus hippocastanum) are very similar to the Japanese horse chestnut (Aesculus turbinate), which is native to Japan.
After breaking through quarantine in Brooklyn and Queens last fall, the beetles have been sucking the life-blood out of maple, horse chestnut, poplar, willow, elm, ash and black locust with virtual impunity on their long march to the hardwood forests of New York, Vermont and New Hampshire.
Bio-flavonoids, found in vitamin C complex, horse chestnut extract (with standardized escin), and horsetail also have a diuretic effect.
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