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The key ingredients in VeinSense include: Diosmin, Horse chestnut, Butcher’s broom and Hesperidin. Each of these ingredients has beneficial effects on vein health and treatment of varicose veins, leg swelling, edema, hemorrhoids, PMS and more...

  • The key ingredients in VeinSense include:
  • Diosmin
  • Diosmin is a naturally occurring flavonoid glycoside isolated from various plants and the flavonoid hesperidin.
  • Diosmin is a vascularprotecting agent used to treat chronic venous insuficiency, hemorrhoids, lymphedema, and varicose veins.
  • Diosmin is also a powerful antiinflammatory and free-radical scavenging agent. Diosmin should also be used for dermatitis and wound healing.
  • .Horse Chestnut
  • Horse Chestnut extract is used for the treatment of the symptoms of venous insuffciency (including pain and heaviness in the legs), night time cramps in the calves, and itchy, swollen legs;
  • along with phlebitis and varicose veins. It is also effective for hemorrhoids, skin INFLAMMATION and premenstrual syndrome.
  • Aescin, the active ingredient in horse chestnut, tones the walls of the veins, improving the flow of blood back to the heart.
  • It also relieves swelling by stopping excessive leakage through the walls of the capillaries (the tiny vessels that deliver blood to the tissues).
  • Horse Chestnut’s ability to relieve swelling in the legs has been confirmed in several rigorous clinical trials where it proved to be as effective as the uncomfortable compression stockings.
  • Butcher’s broom extract
  • Butcher’s broom (Ruscus aculeatus) has been shown in several clinical trials to reduce varicose veins and hemorrhoids, and to treat the itching and burning of hemorrhoids.
  • It is also used to help treat lower leg discomfort, including cramps, pain, itching and swelling, caused by pooling of blood in the veins.
  • Research has also evaluated the combination of butcher’s broom along with hesperidin and horse chestnut extract.
  • Hesperidin
  • Hesperidin is the main flavonoid in lemons and oranges. The peel and membrane have the highest hesperidin concentrations.
  • Therefore, orange juice containing pulp is richer in the flavonoid than that without pulp.
  • Sweet oranges (Citrus sinensis) and tangelos are the richest dietary sources of hesperidin. Hesperidin is classified as a citrus bioflavonoid.

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