Jan 2, 2013

Easy Help for Varicose Veins, Heavy Legs, and Poor Blood Circulation

(Image by lucianotb)
Do you want to get rid of your varicose veins but are too lazy to apply topical creams, or find those creams too expensive? Do you suffer from leg pain due to fatigue or poor blood circulation?

You might want to try Antistax. 

I heard about the product this holiday season. I like it because

  1. It's in tablet form. I don't have to waste time rubbing a cream into my legs for several minutes every day.
       
  2. It works, and it works fast. Don't take my word for it. Take the work of the many clinical studies on the product. To quote one of them, "A clear and significant effect was already observed after two weeks of treatment." What's more, "This effect was still present and increased slightly after four and six weeks in all objective and subjective parameters tested in this study."
       
  3. It's cheap, compared to similar products. At just around P25 per tablet, it will only cost me less than P400 before I see actual improvements on my varicose veins!
How does it work?

The active ingredient of Antistax is red vine leaf. This herb has long been used by the French wine growers for treating heavy, swollen legs.

Now before you shrug the product off as just another one of the gazillion herbal supplements in the market today, note this important difference: red vine leaf has been clinically studied, and the studies have been peer reviewed and published in reputable biomedical journals.

According to these clinical researches, red vine leaf really improves blood circulation and reduces varicose veins and leg swelling. It's not a placebo effect. It's not based on anecdotal "evidence" or old wives tales. It really works, whether you believe in it or not.

Now if you prefer to see the evidence yourself, here's the link to the clinical study from PubMed, the most trusted database of clinical studies in the world: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16512088.

If you want to learn more about Antistax, you can check out their website: http://www.antistax.com.

Do I sell Antistax? No, I don't. You can get it at Mercury Drug, Southstar, and Watsons.

Can you take them while pregnant or breastfeeding? The Antistax website does not say, which is usually a good sign because if it were dangerous for pregnant or breastfeeding women, they would be obliged to include a clear warning. By that logic, we can presume it is safe -- but still, I would recommend you ask your doctor.

DISCLOSURE: The Nanay Notebook and its author received no payment for this article.

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