Supports Your Circulatory System and May Help Reduce The Appearance of Varicose Veins
We all know how irritating, embarrassing, and even painful those unsightly varicose veins can be, but how do we get rid of them?
Often we will find pharmaceutical band aids such as synthetic, chemical-laden skin creams, compression sleeves, or even surgery, however this is not going to be effective, and we are going to tell you why.
What most women don’t know is this:
Varicose veins are not necessarily a skin condition, but the result of a deep rooted “invisible” issue that may be addressed with natural ingredients.
Since we can look at a varicose vein and see it on our skin, it's easy to think that it is a skin condition. However, a varicose vein is merely a product of a poorly flowing circulatory system, with common symptoms such as:
- Varicose veins
- Numbness or loss of sensation or tingling in the hands, feet, or toes.
- Changes in skin temperature (cold hands, feet, legs, and ears)
- Fatigue (Lack of or Low Energy)
- Hair Loss.
- Vertigo or Dizziness.
- Dry Skin.
- Swelling in the feet, legs and/or fingers.
What this means is that if you can improve your circulatory system and open up your blood vessels with healthy stimulation, you may also “banish” those embarrassing varicose veins, as well as a host of other related issues by solving the true root of the issue at its core.
And the best part is this: by naturally improving your circulatory health and natural blood flow, you may also prevent those pesky varicose veins from ever returning, and enjoy healthy blemish-free skin forever.
Here’s how to get rid of your varicose veins (and prevent further veins from forming):
1.) Naturally Boost Nitric Oxide Production with Vitamin C + Garlic in the Proper Dose
Research has shown that the potent combination of Vitamin C and Garlic Extract may boost nitric oxide production by over 200% in humans!
This massive boost of nitric oxide (NO) quickly opens your veins and drastically improves blood flow and oxygenation through the veins. This sends more blood pumping through your veins, opening up “clogged” veins quickly and naturally.
2.) Consume Horse Chestnut Extract and Pine Bark Extract
These two uncommon, but 100% all-natural extracts have been shown to massively improve vascular functioning in humans, but also, more specifically to help eliminate varicose veins for good (and prevent further veins from forming).
Horse Chestnut Extract, specifically, is one of the most well-respected and effective all-natural varicose vein removers on the planet, and its effectiveness is usually very quick and potent, with no side effects.
That's it. It really is this simple.
The combination of Vitamin C, Garlic Extract, Horse Chestnut Extract, and Pine Bark Extract together, in the clinically-effective dosages is powerful enough to eliminate those unsightly and painful varicose veins for good, as well as rejuvenate your circulatory system for a more energized and enjoyable day.
Since these compounds have worked incredibly well for solving this issue, we’ve formulated them all into our ground-breaking and all-natural supplement VARACIL.
VARACIL is designed from actual human research to rejuvenate circulation throughout your entire body, thus healing and eliminating varicose veins WITHOUT ever needing any of the synthetic, chemical-laden creams, compression sleeves, or even surgery.
VARACIL can help you achieve the following primary benefits:
- Eliminate varicose veins
- Reduce sensations of numbness, cold, or tingling in the hands, feet, or toes.
- Increased energy
- Improved hair health
- Reduce dizzy spells or poor balance
- Improved skin health
- Eliminate swelling of hands and feet
If you are looking for a quick-fix solution (like most synthetic medications
) that treat your varicose veins temporarily, then VARACIL is probably not for you. However, if you are looking for a safe, medical alternative that works to address the underlying problems causing poor circulation and blood flow, both of which lead to varicose veins, and in turn reclaim your healthy, blemish-free skin naturally
, then VARACIL is exactly what you've been looking for!
The formulation in VARACIL includes all-natural ingredients backed by multiple clinical studies.
Garlic 4:1 Extract
Garlic is filled with nitrates and contains a compound called quercetin, which is linked to increased NO levels in various studies.(3)
In fact, studies have found that garlic is more effective at dropping high blood pressure than most drugs on the market! (4)
The recommended dosage for garlic extract is 600-1,200mg a day, usually divided into multiple doses.(3) VARACIL includes 300 mg per serving (taken 2 times daily for a total of 600 mg).
Horse Chestnut Extract
Chestnut extract (also known as Aesculus hippocastanum) comes from a tree native to the Balkan Peninsula but found throughout the northern hemisphere. It has been shown to be beneficial for healing varicose veins as well as improve venous circulation health. (5)
Horse Chestnut extract has been shown to reduce some symptoms of poor blood circulation, such as varicose veins, pain, tiredness, swelling in the legs, and water retention. So not only does Horse Chestnut extract have the potential to improve blood flow, but it may also work to eliminate the formation of varicose veins.
The recommended dosage for horse chestnut extract is 400-600mg, with aescin standardization at 100-150 mg daily. It is also recommended to split this dose daily, so Varacil does just that.(5) VARACIL contains 300 mg (75 mg aescin) per servings (taken twice daily for a total of 600 mg/150 mg).
Pine Bark Extract
Pine Bark Extract (an ingredient in Pycnogenol TM) has a plethora of science backing up it’s effects as a blood flow enhancer.(6) There are several studies on Pycnogenol showing its ability to increases nitric oxide and improve blood flow. (10,11)
The recommended dosage for pine bark extract is 100-200 mg.(6) VARACIL contains 100mg per serving (taken twice daily for a total of 200 mg).
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
It’s a well known medical fact that vitamin C increases nitric oxide production in the body, and that it also protects the molecules.(7)
Interestingly enough, there is evidence showing that the combination of Garlic and Vitamin C may reduce diastolic and systolic blood pressure and increase drastically increase nitric oxide output (up to 200%). (8)
The recommended dosage to get the NO boosting effects of Vitamin C is 2g daily.(7) VARACIL provides 1g per serving (taken twice daily for a total of 2g).
*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Product results may vary from person to person.
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