Sep 29, 2019
Horse Chestnut is warm and non-toxic. It has the medical function of invigorating spleen and reinforcing liver as well as strengthening body and bone. Not only can horse chestnut be fried and boiled, but also it can be eaten raw. In fact, raw chestnut is also good for health. Eating raw chestnut can relieve pain in waist and leg, relax tendons and activate collaterals.
Horse Chestnut contains rich unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, which can prevent and treat hypertension, coronary heart disease, osteoporosis and other diseases. At the same time, horse chestnut has great benefits in resisting aging and helping to live a long life. Riboflavin from chestnut can treat children's mouth and tongue sores and adult cavity ulcers that have not been healed for a long time. Riboflavin in chestnuts can treat children's mouth and tongue ulcers and adult cavity ulcers that are difficult to heal for a long time. Horse chestnut is high in carbohydrates and can supply calories for the human body. Meanwhile, it can accelerate fat metabolism, invigorate the spleen and enrich the stomach and intestine.
Chestnut has a large number of vitamin C, which is helpful to the normal function of teeth, bones, blood vessels and muscles. It can effectively prevent and treat osteoporosis, lumbar and leg weakness, muscle and bone ache, fatigue, etc. Besides, it can delay the aging of organs and systems. In a word, horse chestnut is an ideal dried fruit for the elderly.
However, if you eat too many chestnuts at one time, it is easy to bloat, so we should pay attention to proper amount of chestnuts every time we eat. For tonic purposes, you just need to take 6 to 7 pills a day. If you stick to eat, it will bring good results to your body. Moreover, it's better to eat chestnuts between meals or in meals rather than in large quantities. Due to that fact that horse chestnut contains more carbohydrates, eating too much calories and sugar after meals is not conducive to maintaining weight.