VOGEL

Vogel Circulation Support for Legs (Varicose Veins) 30t

$30.05

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Used to help in the relief of cold and heavy feeling in legs and feet. May assist in the management of varicose veins. Horse chestnut is probably the most popular herb used in the treatment of varicose veins. It is the seeds of the horse chestnut tree which are used medicinally - and these are the same seeds gathered each autumn for the game of conkers.

Benefits and features of Circulation support for legs Tabs - Horse Chestnut:

  • Herbal varicose veins remedy 
  • Free From added sugar, salt, yeast, gluten, wheat, milk derivatives, artificial sweeteners, preservatives, colours and flavours. 
  • Suitable for vegans. GMO-GE Free 
  • No pesticides, insecticides, fungicides or chemical fertilisers.

Extract obtained from Horse Chestnut seeds in the form of a gastro-resistant herbal tablet.
Each tablet contains extract equivalent to Aesculus hippocastanum (Common Horse Chestnut) fresh seed 956.25mg equivalent to 50mg of escin.
Soya polysaccharide.

Dosage of Circulation support for legs Tabs
Adults and children 12 years and over:
Take 1 tablet with water, 2 times daily, with morning or evening meal, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Contra-indications
Not recommended during pregnancy or breast feeding.
Not recommended for people taking medication prescribed by their doctor.
Not recommended for people with allergies to Aesculus hippocastanum and relates species.
Do not use if you are allergic to peanut or soya.

Warnings
Always read the label.
Use as directed
Keep out reach of children
Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code 2007

If ring at the bottom of cap is missing, broken or separate do not use.
Code of Practice for the Temper Evident Packing of Therapeutic Goods 2003

If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner. TGA mandatory warnings

Interactions
Warfarin
Immunosuppressant medications
Bioforce Policy

Undesirable Effects
In rare cases gastric irritation or pruritus may occur. Horse-chestnut in ESCOP Monograph 2nd Edition page 248-256 (2003)