HORSE CHESTNUT

Description

The horse chestnut tree can grow to a height of 30 meters and live for 200 years. Originally native to Asia Minor, it is now found in Europe and North America, where it is a common sight in parks. It produces red-spotted pink or white blossoms in pyramid-shaped clusters. Its fruit is a spiky capsule that contains a seed, called the chestnut.

Extraits : GLY macerate

Origine : FRANCE

certifications : ORG

Aesculus hippocastanum L.
GLY macerate
FRANCE
Code MGL20003

Origin

The horse chestnut tree can grow to a height of 30 meters and live for 200 years. Originally native to Asia Minor, it is now found in Europe and North America, where it is a common sight in parks. It produces red-spotted pink or white blossoms in pyramid-shaped clusters. Its fruit is a spiky capsule that contains a seed, called the chestnut.
To produce this horse chestnut macerate, we source our raw material from a cooperative of gatherers.
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To produce this horse chestnut macerate, we source our raw material from a cooperative of gatherers.

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