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Do you suffer from unsightly varicose veins? Thin, blue veins, often referred to as ‘spider veins’ can be embarrassing and deter many women from wearing certain clothing, especially shorts and dresses that sit above the knees. There’s no need to be embarrassed, or hide your legs any longer. Eliminate unsightly veins with CircuVein from Flora.
CircuVein is a clinically-proven formula that contains Diosmin and hesperidin, two important bioflavonoids found naturally in citrus fruits. They are actually found in the white pith portion of the peel. Before you run out and buy a large bag of oranges, you need to know that Diosmin amounts are at their highest in the immature fruits and then decline significantly as the fruit grows and ripens. You may think that you could get sufficient bioflavonoids by eating lots of oranges; however, by the time you’re enjoying a juicy, ripe orange, most of the Diosmin is gone.
This is where the standardized supplement CircuVein comes to the rescue. For optimal absorption, Diosmin and hesperidin are micronized into a smaller size, and then encapsulated as 450 mg of Diosmin and 50mg of hesperidin per vegetarian capsule. These proportions are the standard amounts per capsule because they were discovered to be the optimal ratio in the clinical studies. This is why these are the exact amounts found in every capsule of CircuVein.
CircuVein works to repair, strengthen and tone blood vessels, provide antioxidant support against further free radical damage, and reduce inflammation. The swelling, pain, heaviness, leakage, and poor blood flow is gradually reduced over the course of a couple months. Isn’t it a relief to know that in just 2 short months your legs could be free from varicose veins? CircuVein is safe for long term use, sustainable, and vegan so you can confidently take it, knowing it will repair your veins and have your legs looking beautiful in no time.
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An article by Robert Dadd, Master Herbalist and Product Information Specialist with Flora Manufacturing and Distributing
Do you suffer with hemorroids or varicose veins? (Did you know that a hemorroid is technically a varicose vein gotten wildly out of hand?) Read on to learn about recent studies that will bring you some relief!
Diosmin and hesperidin may sound like characters from a Greek play but they are actually bioflavonoids found naturally in citrus fruits. Starting in the late 1980s, they’ve been studied in numerous clinical trials for their benefits in strengthening and protecting weak blood vessels. Weak, leaky blood vessels often spell pain, discomfort, swelling, and inflammation in the form of hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Varicose veins affect about 25% of women and 10% of men in Western countries, while hemorrhoids show up in about 4.4% of the general population at some point in life.
Starting in the warm, sunny climates of Spain and the south of France, diosmin and hesperidin are extracted from citrus fruits, micronized into a smaller, more absorbable size, and then encapsulated with 450 mg of diosmin and 50mg of hesperidin being the standard amount per capsule. These proportions were discovered to be the optimal ratio in the clinical studies. Dr. Oz also recommends this formulation based on the studies. Most of the studies done on diosmin-hesperidin lasted between 1 and 12 months, but the use of these ingredients to protect the vascular system dates all the back to 1971 in France.
With varicose veins and hemorrhoids, the blood vessels in the area have become weak and leaky and this results in reduced blood supply being returned to the heart, along with the pain, swelling, inflammation and ulceration in the area. Diosmin and hesperidin act as citrus superstars to repair, strengthen and tone the blood vessels, provide antioxidant support against further free radical damage, and reduce inflammation. The swelling, pain, heaviness, leakage, and poor blood flow is gradually reduced over the course of a couple months.
In addition, these bioflavonoids are safe for long term use, sustainable, and vegan so you can use them confidently, knowing they will repair your veins effectively. The other options for getting rid of varicose veins are compression stockings, surgery, injections (sclerotherapy), and laser vein stripping techniques so it’s definitely nice to have something as safe, effective and non-evasive as diosmin-hesperidin in the toolkit for dealing with this problem
Did you know that approximately half of people over the age of 50 have suffered from hemorrhoids? Obviously it’s not the most widely discussed topic! Who wants to talk about a problem involving that part of our anatomy!?
The extremity of the intestines (the rectum) and the anus are irrigated by veins which, normally, may swell slightly during bowel movements. However, the term “hemorrhoid” is used when these veins become permanently dilated and inflamed to the point of causing itching and irritation.
This ailment is also sometimes referred to as anal varicose veins, but no matter it is called, it’s a very unpleasant and embarrassing problem.
Hemorrhoids are caused mainly from constipation, pregnancy and obesity. When a person has trouble having a bowel movement, for example, they may push harder than usual, exerting pressure on the veins in the anal region. These veins also sustain greater pressure during pregnancy and childbirth, or when a person is overweight.
Hemorrhoids are always internal to start with; they are located above the anal sphincter and are not perceptible from the outside. However, they may become external through exertion during bowel movements.
External hemorrhoids are located on the outside of the anal sphincter and are therefore perfectly visible. This type of hemorrhoid is frequently caused from pushing.
- Itching around the anus
- Irritation during bowel movements and occasional, slight bleeding
- Loss of liquids during or after bowel movements
- Difficult bowel movements
- Minor blistering of the anal wall
There is no magical trick but certain precautions can be of immense help in preventing hemorrhoids:
- Maintain a balanced, high-fibre diet. Choose whole foods, raw vegetables and fresh fruit.
- Drinks lots of water (one and a half to two litres a day).
- Ensure regular physical activity and try to maintain a healthy weight.
- Adopt healthy bowel movement behaviours: Avoid withholding the urge to go, but also avoid excessive pushing.
- Avoid staying seated on the toilet too long.
- Practise specific hygienic measures. If you are suffering from major irritation, wipe the anal area with toilet paper soaked in water or with a damp, unscented towelette.
Horse chestnut seeds (Aesculus hippocastanum) have been used for years in treating circulation disorders, specifically venous problems. Generations of people dealing with hemorrhoids have trusted this remedy, with successful results.
A.Vogel Venaforce Extra, made from horse chestnut seeds, can help you treat hemorrhoids and regain your well-being.