Venotrex Tablets 263mg 60
Venous insufficiency: General weakening of the leg veins and return valves.
Odema: fluid retention in the ankles, legs, hips and waist. Most people who have circulation issues will find that they have excess fluid.
Vein and capillary health: It has been estimated that about one in four people suffer from some form of vein problem (a higher percentage in women), yet few people are aware of the problem. This can lead to spider veins, varicose veins, fluid retention and even haemorrhoids and general venous inflammation.
Venotrex is a modified sustained-release tablet that contains an ethonolic extract of horse chestnut seeds (Aesculus hippocastanum) (HCSE). The extract is purified to contain 50mg of triterpene glycosides calculated as anhydrous aescin to provide consistent potency.
Take one tablet in the morning and one in the evening, both with liquid and before meals. Venotrex is not considered to be suitable for persons younger than 12 years of age. Venotrex should be taken for a minimum of two months before its effectiveness can be assessed. Initial benefit may be noticed after four weeks of use. Effectiveness may vary depending on the individual. The results of taking Venotrex may improve during prolonged usage.
If an unusual intensive incident should appear suddenly, particularly in only one leg, characterised by abnormal swelling, discolouration of the skin, sensation of tension or heat and pain, it is recommended that you consult a physician immediately because these signs may be symptoms of a serious disease i.e. deep vein thrombosis.
In very rare cases a user may experience slight nausea, gastro-intestinal upset, or hypersensitivity (rash or irritation). Do not consume Venotrex if you have allergies that pertain to horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum). There is no known interaction with any other medications. Venotrex should not be taken during pregnancy or while breast feeding.
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