Serving Size: 1 Capsule%DV
Diosmin (from Citrus aurantium)450 mg†
Grape Seed extract ( 85% oligomeric proanthocyanadins)75 mg†
Hesperidin (from Citrus aurantium)50 mg†
† Daily Value not established
What Is It?
The VeinEase formula is based on a pharmaceutical treatment in Europe for chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) but is 100% natural. VeinEase provides clinically proven doses and ratios of the flavonoids diosmin and hesperidin, complemented by grape seed extract.
What Does It Do?
Primary Uses: VeinEase promotes healthy veins, especially in the legs. Vein and valve dysfunction in the legs leads to CVI as well as varicose veins. VeinEase helps maintain vascular structure and function, reducing blood pooling and fluid build-up in the legs. This in turn reduces pain, inflammation and skin ulcerations related to dysfunctional veins.
Secondary Uses: These flavonoids also have cardiovascular benefits. Grape seed extract is known to support healthy blood pressure, and ensuring that blood is returning to the heart from the legs is essential for adequate cardiovascular function.
Who Should Take It?
Those with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), poor circulation, painful veins or varicose veins may find relief from VeinEase. VeinEase is an excellent travel companion that may help reduce blood pooling or swelling of the legs during airplane flights or extended periods of sitting.
Take 1 capsule twice daily with/without food, or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner. Use for a minimum of 1 month to see beneficial effects.
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