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The incidence of varicose veins has been significantly underestimated by patients, even with clearly visible symptoms. The vast majority of patients only see a doctor if they already have significant varicose veins problems, although the best way to slow down the venous process is to start treatment as early as possible.
Therapeutic options for treating varicose veins can be divided into several major groups. These include compression (stockings, socks and bandages), medication / dietary supplementation, topical treatment, and surgery.
Well-chosen, complex therapy can, on the one hand, reduce painful, torturous complaints, reduce visible symptoms, and prevent the disease from getting worse.
There are flavonoids that have in common the enhancement of venous tone, the protection of microvessels.
Some reduce swelling of the foot , preventing the development of edema. Others bind free radicals or inhibit venous inflammation , possibly protecting the vessel wall.
The venoaktív flavonoids in the blood circulation of the smallest to the largest veins, and the surface altogether reach the deep vein too .
Their use, which is started early when the complaints appear, can slow down the worsening of varicose veins and reduce the chances of developing more serious consequences (swelling of the feet, skin complications).
Strengthens the capillaries and therefore reduces the symptoms of bleeding. It can help with varicose complaints and, like ferulic acid, reduce the cytotoxicity of oxidized LDL cholesterol, thereby reducing the risk of heart disease.
This flavanone glycoside is found primarily in the peel and fibers of citrus fruits. Like Routine, it reduces the permeability of blood vessels and has anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic, lipid-lowering, vascular protective and anti-cancer effects. It is also used in hemorrhagic disorders, among others.
Its mechanism of action is characterized by enhanced venous tone and lymphatic flow. It reduces vascular hyperpermeability and increases capillary resistance. It has a beneficial effect on the relationship between leukocytes and endothelial cells in experimental models.
Ion-exchanged water (Aqua), Emulgade SE-PF (Glyceryl Stearate, Ceteareth-20, Ceteareth-12, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Palmitate), Cetiol OE (Dycapryly Ether), Cetiol V (Decil Oleate), Menthol (Menthol), Hydagen CMF (Chitosan Glycolate), Bitter Orange Extract (Diosmin), Bitter Orange Extract (Hesperidin), Sophora Japonica L. Extract (Rutin), Carbopol (Carbomer), Sodium Hydroxide (Sodium Hydroxide).
– 100 ml.