VENE-CARE | Heavy Legs, Veins, Circulation and Cellulite
Natural Food Supplement | 60 CapsulesWith Bioflavonoids. The red vine extract contributes to the functionality of the venous circulation. Witch hazel extract contributes to the functionality of the haemorrhoidal plexus
The red vine (Vitis vinifera) is a plant species of the Vitaceae family used to make products for medicinal use. It is famous for its flavonoid content, molecules with antioxidant properties linked to the reduction of bad cholesterol, the relaxation of blood vessels and the reduction of the risk of coronary heart disease. . The red vine extract contributes to the functionality of the microcirculation (heaviness in the legs).
The Witch Hazel is a shrubby plant from 3 to 5 meters high, similar to the Hazelnut, belonging to the Hamamelidàceae family. In Europe, the medicinal properties of witch hazel as a venous astringent were recognized through scientific research only in the early twentieth century, and from that moment on, witch hazel became part of a considerable number of vasoprotective and venotonic remedies, useful in case of circulation, especially venous. Hamamelis owes a good part of its therapeutic activity to the presence of large quantities of tannins and proanthocyanidins.
It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions and has a positive tonic effect on the subcutaneous vessels. When distilled it retains its astringent property suggesting that other astringent factors are present in addition to the tannins.
Flavonoids are an important set of plant pigments whose chemical structure is derived from that of the flavone. They are widely present in the plant world and include anthocyanins, flavones and other pigments.
Bioflavonoids exert various beneficial actions on the body including antioxidant, protective action on the microcirculation and anti-inflammatory.