Banish Varicose Veins Naturally!

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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.

Citrus Superstars for Hemorroids and Varicose Veins

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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

13 Causes of Varicose Veins

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Do not make the mistake of writing off varicose veins as an appearance flaw, because their unsightliness is just one aspect of this condition; it can be an extremely bothersome and painful ailment.

If these veins bulge significantly, even a minor injury could result in excessive bleeding.

What really is the cause of varicose veins?

It is the loss of elasticity and strength of the veins in the legs. Veins normally pump the blood up towards the heart.  If they are unable to do so, blood pools in the lower legs, distending the veins and making them uncomfortable. Legs may itch and feel heavy, and might even throb or feel painful.

Causes and risk factors

  1. Keeping the same position for too long.
    Sales clerks are often warned about the risk of developing varicose veins in the legs as a result of spending long hours on their feet.  Yet again, taxi drivers are more prone to these conditions because they sit in the same position for long periods. It is important to move!  Walking, swimming or even just treading water, are great to get the blood moving.
  2. Overweight
    As one gets older the elasticity of the veins is reduced. Also, overweight people carry more fat and the veins do not receive the required support. Here we have yet another reason to keep down the body weight, especially for people with either a sedentary job or a standing job.
  3. Pregnancy
    The extra weight partially explains why pregnant women are prone to varicose veins. During pregnancy the volume of blood in the body is higher and the enlarged womb increases the pressure on the veins making the circulation more difficult and causing the blood to pool in the veins.
  4. Heredity
    Is there someone in your family that has problems with venous insufficiency? You are at higher risk since there is a strong genetic component to developing varicose veins.
  5. You are a woman
    Pregnancy and hormonal fluctuations can increase the pressure on your veins and/or cause them to relax too much.
  6. Constipation
    Constipation increases pressure on the venous system, which can lead to decreased tissue elasticity and make you more vulnerable to varicose veins.
  7. Tobacco and alcohol
    If you smoke or drink too much alcohol, you are polluting your blood. If your blood becomes like sludge, it is more difficult to move it – especially against gravity.
  8. Clothing
    Do you regularly wear high heels or clothes that are too tight or constrict your waist, groin or legs?  These restricts blood flow in your legs.
  9. Legs crossed
    Do you tend to cross your legs when sitting down? Please avoid…it puts terrible pressure on the veins.
  10. Refined/ processed foods
    They starve your veins of essential nutrients and increase the toxic load of your blood by the presence of artificial ingredients (colouring, preservatives, synthetic components).
  11. Salt consumption
    Salt increases water retention, causing heaviness and pain in your legs.
  12. Oral contraceptive
    Taking estrogen, progesterone, and birth control pills, can weaken vein valves and change leg circulation.
  13. Heat
    Avoid excessive heat and too many hot baths. These dilate the veins and slow circulation.

Check with your health professional and if your veins are weak then consider taking a fresh herb extract of Horse chestnut. Horse Chestnut seed contains several important therapeutic constituents, including aescin, which have a toning effect on the vein wall. It has been used for many, many years in the treatment of circulatory disorders – particularly disorders of the veins.

Generations of people have used this remedy successfully for varicose veins and hemorrhoids.  Horse chestnut extract Venaforce tincture or Venaforce Extra tablets are best for long-term maintenance and Venaforce Gel for immediate relief. The gel can be smoothed onto legs, immediately tightening the veins and reducing the likelihood of blood pooling. It can be reapplied if necessary.

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 July 2015 – Gleaned from the A.Vogel Blog

13 Causes of Varicose Veins

by Sonia Chartier, on 6 July 2015 via the A.Vogel Blog

Do not make the mistake of writing off varicose veins as an appearance flaw, because their unsightliness is just one aspect of this condition; it can be an extremely bothersome and painful ailment.

If these veins bulge significantly, even a minor injury could result in excessive bleeding.

What really is the cause of varicose veins?

It is the loss of elasticity and strength of the veins in the legs. Veins normally pump the blood up towards the heart.  If they are unable to do so, blood pools in the lower legs, distending the veins and making them uncomfortable. Legs may itch and feel heavy, and might even throb or feel painful.

Causes and risk factors

  1. Keeping the same position for too long.
    Sales clerks are often warned about the risk of developing varicose veins in the legs as a result of spending long hours on their feet.  Yet again, taxi drivers are more prone to these conditions because they sit in the same position for long periods. It is important to move!  Walking, swimming or even just treading water, are great to get the blood moving.
  2. Overweight
    As one gets older the elasticity of the veins is reduced. Also, overweight people carry more fat and the veins do not receive the required support. Here we have yet another reason to keep down the body weight, especially for people with either a sedentary job or a standing job.
  3. Pregnancy
    The extra weight partially explains why pregnant women are prone to varicose veins. During pregnancy the volume of blood in the body is higher and the enlarged womb increases the pressure on the veins making the circulation more difficult and causing the blood to pool in the veins.
  4. Heredity
    Is there someone in your family that has problems with venous insufficiency? You are at higher risk since there is a strong genetic component to developing varicose veins.
  5. You are a woman
    Pregnancy and hormonal fluctuations can increase the pressure on your veins and/or cause them to relax too much.
  6. Constipation
    Constipation increases pressure on the venous system, which can lead to decreased tissue elasticity and make you more vulnerable to varicose veins.
  7. Tobacco and alcohol
    If you smoke or drink too much alcohol, you are polluting your blood. If your blood becomes like sludge, it is more difficult to move it – especially against gravity.
  8. Clothing
    Do you regularly wear high heels or clothes that are too tight or constrict your waist, groin or legs?  These restricts blood flow in your legs.
  9. Legs crossed
    Do you tend to cross your legs when sitting down? Please avoid…it puts terrible pressure on the veins.
  10. Refined/ processed foods
    They starve your veins of essential nutrients and increase the toxic load of your blood by the presence of artificial ingredients (colouring, preservatives, synthetic components).
  11. Salt consumption
    Salt increases water retention, causing heaviness and pain in your legs.
  12. Oral contraceptive
    Taking estrogen, progesterone, and birth control pills, can weaken vein valves and change leg circulation.
  13. Heat
    Avoid excessive heat and too many hot baths. These dilate the veins and slow circulation.

Check with your health professional and if your veins are weak then consider taking a fresh herb extract of Horse chestnut. Horse Chestnut seed contains several important therapeutic constituents, including aescin, which have a toning effect on the vein wall. It has been used for many, many years in the treatment of circulatory disorders – particularly disorders of the veins.

Generations of people have used this remedy successfully for varicose veins and hemorrhoids.  Horse chesnut extract Venaforce tincture or Venaforce Extra tablets are best for long-term maintenance and Venaforce Gel for immediate relief. The gel can be smoothed onto legs, immediately tightening the veins and reducing the likelihood of blood pooling. It can be reapplied if necessary.

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