FOR HEAVY LEGS
Relief from heavy legs
• Blueberry, Horse chestnut, Butcher’s Broom and Grape are useful for supporting microcirculatory function even in presence of heavy legs.
Blueberry, Grape, Horse Chestnut, Butcher’s Broom, Hesperidin.Read more
Hesperidin: This is a flavonoid, found in citrus fruits, primarily in the outer peel and in the albedo (the white internal pith of the skin). -Blueberry: Blueberry is a soft fruit rich in anthocyanins which give it its characteristic blue colour. The dry extract helps to improve the problem of ‘heavy’ legs by improving microcirculation. -Grape: Grape is a fruit, made up of bunches of berries from the grape vine (Vitis vinifera). Grapes are utilised in the food, phytotherapy and cosmetic sector for their numerous properties. Rich in oligomeric proanthocyanidins, grapes improve microcirculation and help to reduce the heavy feeling in legs. -Horse chestnut: This impressive tree is often used as an ornamental tree in public parks and gardens. The seeds and bark are rich in different substances, including coumarin glucosides, flavonoids and escin. It improves microcirculation and helps to maintain healthy blood circulation in the legs. -Ruscus: Known also as Butcher’s Broom, this is a low evergreen shrub with red berries, which is often used as a Christmas decoration. It improves both venous circulation and microcirculation (reducing the ‘heavy’ feeling in legs).
Recommended dose and method of use
Take 1 capsule daily with a large sip of water.
Each capsule contains:
|Blueberry d.e.||60,0 mg|
|15% anthocyanins, equal to||9,0 mg|
|Grape d.e.||50,0 mg|
|95% proanthocyanidins, equal to||47,5 mg|
|Horse chestnut d.e.||50,0 mg|
|10% esculin, equal to||5,0 mg|
|Butcher’s Broom d.e.||50,0 mg|
|10% ruscogenin, equal to||5,0 mg|