Holistica - 'Veino'Guard' Capsules - 60 Units
HORSE CHESTNUT: 80 MG AESCINE.
SMALL HOLLY: 15 MG SAPONINS-RUSCOGENIN.
COMBINATION OF HORSE CHESTNUT AND HOLLY
Formulated with extracts of horse chestnut and holly (selected for their saponin content: aescine and ruscogenin) which support a good normal venous circulation and contribute to ensuring the normal maintenance of the protection and tonicity of the venous walls in synergy with hamamelis.
A study shows the interest of extracts of small holly associated with the phytocomponents of horse chestnut, for the venous comfort of the lower limbs (Facino & coll, 1995).
Horse chestnut extract (seed) (Aesculus hippocastanum), holly extract (root) (Ruscus aculeatus L.), hypromellose (capsule of vegetable origin), witch hazel (leaf) (Hamamelis virginiana), anticaking agent: magnesium stearate of vegetable origin.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
2 capsules per day: one capsule to be taken during lunch and one during dinner. Do not use in case of anticoagulant treatment. Does not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. It is not recommended to exceed the indicated daily dose. Not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Components of natural origin
The Indian chestnut tree
THE HORSE CHESTNUT TREE
This tree, of the family Hippocastanaceae, which grows wild on roadsides and in gardens, can live for more than three hundred years and reach a height of 35 m. Horse chestnut takes its name from the similarity of its seeds with chestnuts, a name used to designate large chestnuts. The seed has long been used in the French tradition for venous circulation. Several scientific studies have highlighted the role of horse chestnut in particular on venous circulation. (Sirtori, 2001) That is why HOLISTICA has integrated an extract, particularly rich in aescine, traditionally used to help maintain good normal venous circulation.
THE SMALL HOUX
Also known as thorny fragon, it belongs to the Asparagaceae family. This evergreen shrub, native to the maquis of the Mediterranean basin, has colonized a vast region from the Azores (off Portugal) to Iran. The species is protected in the wild. The rhizomes of cultivated shrubs are harvested in the fall when their red berries are ripe. The rhizome of this plant has long been used to support normal venous circulation. Indeed, numerous publications have highlighted the presence of saponins, in particular ruscogenins in the rhizome, whose role has been studied for the proper maintenance of blood vessels (Marcelon, 1983-Cappelli, 1988)
Witch hazel is a shrub, native to North America, with deciduous foliage of the Hamamelidaceae family. In English, it is called the Hazelnut tree of witches. This plant was used by the Amerindians who had a traditional use of it and which was taken up in phytotherapy by the Western settlers.
ESCOP (European Scientific Cooperative for Herbal Medicine) and WHO recognise the use of witch hazel to help maintain normal venous circulation.
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