When you are dealing with unsightly veins, it can feel like you are always hiding. Fortunately, there are some natural products that can help improve the appearance and overall strength of veins. Check out some of the most popular products and make sure to watch us this Thursday on Daybreak Colorado.
Lovely Legs from Garden of Life®
If you deal with unsightly spider and varicose veins, Lovely Legs may be what you are looking for. Lovely Legs contains the original diosmin formula backed by extensive human clinical studies on over 15,000 women. Until now, the clinically-studied ingredient found in Lovely Legs, 95% diosmin, has only been available in Europe where it has been widely prescribed by doctors for decades. But now, Garden of Life offers hope to those who are seeking lovelier legs. www.gardenoflife.com
The herb horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) is perhaps the most widely utilized treatment for varicose veins. The way that it works is through the active constituent compound called aescin, which appears to block the release of enzymes that damage capillary walls. Research has shown the effectiveness of Horse Chestnut in treating varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency (a condition in which the veins do not efficiently return blood from the legs to the heart). You can find many different dietary supplements containing this potent herb–including one by the well-regarded supplement company Solaray. www.nutraceutical.com
NaturalCare Vein-Guard Cream
This soothing topical cream is one of the first homeopathic creams for legs. Vein-Gard combines homeopathic ingredients in a light pleasant cream. The combination of homeopathics, aloe and vitamins helps improve bulging, bluish, lumpy-looking varicose and “spider” veins while relieving tired, aching legs and feet. Continued application of Vein-Gard Cream for 3-6 months offers best results. Check out the reviews on Amazon, they give an idea of how people are using it to get results! www.enaturalcare.com
Bilberry is a relative of the blueberry, and has been used for nearly 1,000 years in traditional European medicine. Bilberry grows in North America, Europe, and northern and contains anthocyanosides which are potent antioxidants which help to strengthen blood vessels and capillary walls. Not only is Bilberry used for varicose veins and venous insufficiency, but it’s also used as a folk or traditional remedy for diarrhea, menstrual cramps, eye problems and other circulatory problems. www.bluebonnetnutrition.com