Description: Caruso's Veins Care Cream contains horse chestnut seed extract which can help to support healthy blood vessels and can also aid in the relief of bruise pain. It also contains Witch Hazel, which has traditionally been used in Western Herbal Medicine as an astringent herb, and to reduce the symptoms of mild varicose veins. In Traditional Native American Medicine Witch Hazel was seen as an anti-inflammatory herb and was also used to help reduce the symptoms of haemorrhoids.Caruso's Veins Care Cream also contains OligopinTM, an extract of French Maritime Pine Bark, Magnesium and Jojoba Oil. Caruso?s Veins Care Cream Health Indications:? Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to relieve the symptoms of mild varicose veins? Traditionally Used in Native American Medicine to relieve the symptoms of haemorrhoids? Support blood vessel health? Reduce bruise pain ? Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine as an astringent herb to tighten tissues
Size: 60 Tablets
Manufacturer: CARUSOS NATURAL HEALTH
Directions: Adults: Apply 5gm (approx. 1 tsp) onto the affected area(s) and gently massage until fully absorbed. Repeat up to 3 times daily or as needed.
Ingredients: Each gram of cream contains: Pinus pinaster (Oligopin? (French Maritime Pine Bark) outer stem bark ext. dry conc. 2.5mg/g (from dried bark 2.5g) Hamamelis virginia (Witch Hazel) dry leaf ext. dry conc. 10mg/g (from dry leaf 100mg) Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) dry seed ext. dry conc. 16.6mg/g (from seed 99.6mg stand. to Escin 3.15mg) Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) seed oil 10mg/g Magnesium Sulphate dried 80mg/g (equiv. Magnesium 10.4mg/g)
Print Mandatory Statement: ? Always read the label and follow the directions for use ? If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional ? Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet ? If you are taking any medications or have any existing health conditions, always talk to your health professional before use ? Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women ? Take at least two hours away from pharmaceutical medication