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Why Veinavital?

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As we have seen in the "problematic" chapter, venous stasis, whatever its origin, is at the root of all the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. It is thus advisable to fight against this enemy number 1 which constitutes this stasis by all the means at our disposal. 



Amongst the therapeutic arsenal, plants have had a recognised impact since the dawn of time and have more recently been demonstrated to combat this major health problem. Thus, the medical team of the Vital Santé laboratory has developed a powerful formula made up of ruscus, red vine, horse chestnut, witch hazel and vitamin C, the aim of which is to control the negative effects of this stasis via the various virtues of the plants which are available to us in a simple and effective way.



In addition to vitamin C, which contributes to the formation of collagen to ensure the normal functioning of blood vessels, it is composed of the following plants:

The Ruscus

Ruscus or little holly or fragon is a plant that has been used since ancient times to fight against dilated and inflamed veins (varicose veins and haemorrhoids) and painful periods. Known in England in the 18th century as the butcher's herb because they used it to sweep their logs but also because they had noticed that its presence limited the proliferation of bacteria, it was then lost until 1950 when two Frenchmen isolated ruscogenin and neoruscogenin, two very powerful vasoconstrictor substances (which tighten the diameter of the veins) and protect the walls of the small vessels. 

We have associated it with vitamin C which also has the property of strengthening and protecting the vessel walls. Fragrance also has diuretic properties known since antiquity, which explains its effectiveness in water retention and oedema. Between 1986 and 2007, more than 30 therapeutic trials demonstrated the effectiveness of thorny fragon in venous insufficiency, haemorrhoids, painful periods and oedema.

The red vine

The red vine contains active substances in its leaves (polyphenols, flavonoids and anthocyanosides). They have a vasculo-protective effect. The use of red vine is commonly accepted and its effect on heavy legs and menstrual pain has been proven by several clinical trials. 

France has been a pioneer in research into the effects of red grapevine and grape seed, particularly because of the manufacture of wine, which provided researchers with a large amount of raw material. Flavonoids have, among other things, antioxidant properties that protect the walls of the micro-vessels. 

Some studies have even shown that grape leaf has an effect in slowing down the progression of chronic venous disease.

Witch hazel

Witch hazel owes its name to its resemblance to the apple tree; in ancient Greek, witch hazel means "resembles an apple tree". Initially known to the Amerindians (a shrub in eastern Canada and the United States), it would appear to have been used by the men of Christopher Columbus. 

They quickly adopted it to fight venous inflammation and haemorrhoids. Introduced into Europe in the 18th century, it fell into oblivion until the 1920s when it was widely used by barbers to combat bleeding from shaving. It was also reported that some wealthy and elegant American women liked it to fight couperose. 

Several clinical trials, particularly in the 1990s, led the WHO to recognise its benefits in relieving pain of venous origin.

Horse chestnut

Horse chestnut is rich in aescin and aesculoside, which protect and stimulate the walls of the veins and capillaries by toning them, which explains its impact on oedema and inflammation of the walls, as demonstrated in several studies over the last 30 years, including one carried out on more than 10,000 patients. 

Originally from the Balkans, but mainly from Asia, it is said that Marco Polo brought it back from his travels at the beginning of the 14th century. It was then very much appreciated by the Venetians and then throughout Europe for the treatment of painful periods and haemorrhoids. 

The WHO recognises its effectiveness in relieving symptoms of venous origin.

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Veinavital, a unique formulation

The particularity of VEINAVITAL compared to other food supplements for veins is its high concentration of ruscus, which is particularly effective in strengthening the tone of the vein wall (especially the micro-vessels), combined with other components which are also highly dosed and which have equally beneficial effects on the vein wall.


In addition, this combination of four plants acts on the pain receptors of the cells of the venous walls in different ways, which reinforces its impact on the symptoms, in particular leg heaviness. This combination has also proven to be very effective in patients describing painful periods or suffering from endometriosis, haemorrhoids and fluid retention.

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