Dear, I have been suffering with DVT(varicose viens)since 3 years onwards and being treated with medicines. with the help of google i have got to know that horse chestnut extract is specially treating to vericose veins. I am residing in india i would like to take this medicine with proper guidelines. Thanks & Br, K.Kiran Kumar
Dear,did you find the horse chestnut in India?
Dear Bill,noted that you took nattokinase..is pinokinnase doing the same job as nattokinase?
I tried taking the 200mg extract - I don't notice a difference and it causes burps
There is no doubt horse chestnut extract works for arthritis, swelling, anti-coaugulation of blood (prevents blood clots.) I have used for years. After 2 weeks, I stop as it causes rapid heart beat and dizziness. Use regularly but sparingly, according to your body weight. Its anti- inflammatory properties are anti - arthritic; they will relieve leg cramps. Good for plane/ car travel.Thins blood. Wonderful for vein health.Strengthens vein walls. Has been used for 30 years in Europe but unknown in U.S.
I love the effect it has on my leg veins. Circulation period. I had swellings in my legs in the heat of the summer working outside in the garden and started to be concerned about varicose veins. The cream is good but it is even more effective when taken internally (dried capsules). Helps to keep your legs in good looking and healthy condition. Also, it is good to massage your legs daily with lotion.