Very strong astringent odor.
6 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1310579 on Oct 21, 2010
I'm taking Horse Chestnut in combination with Butcher's Broom, and so far I can't see visible results, but I have less pain behind one knee where I normally get vascular discomfort. However, the Horse Chestnut is only very lightly coated (if coated at all) and tastes horrific. I don't just mean "oh, it tastes like a really unpleasant herb," I mean a very astringent, powerful taste and scent that feel like they're burning your sinus. Not nice. I'll definitely be getting a different brand (and caplets) when these run out.
Was this review helpful to you?
Note: iHerb does not imply any medical claims from this review. Disclaimer.