Varicose Veins - Herbal Formula in Ayurvedic Treatments
- Publish Date: 2010/11/15 - (Rev. 2013/12/30)
- Author: Roy Chavarcode
Outline: VEINISH and VASKO is a non-invasive and safer way compared to surgical stripping varicose vein treatment or modern treatment of intravenous laser therapy.
Main DigestVaricose veins refer to a condition in which the veins of the legs become varicosed, i.e. they appear swollen and bulging and can be made out from the outside.
In these veins, the mechanism of carrying impure blood from the lower limb back to the heart gets deranged either due to effective valves of the vein or the absence of valves by birth. The function of these valves is to control the blood flow in the veins. Varicose veins cause permanent swelling and heaviness in the feet. Skin of the legs develops black or blue-colored patches. Thighs and legs, under the skin, develop snake or earthworm-like blue-colored veins, resulting in the distortion of the shape of the leg and foot.
Varicose veins are caused due to excessive pressure caused on the legs or the abdomen. These are brought on by advancing age, obesity, pregnancy, hormonal changes and a host of other factors. Some deficiencies in the diet may cause the loss of elasticity of the veins, which may make them varicose. Also, standing for a long time, engaging in physical activity that puts more strain on the legs, wearing constrictive clothing and total lack of exercise can make the veins varicose.
Varicose veins usually don't cause any pain. Signs you may have varicose veins include:
- Veins that are dark purple or blue in color
- Veins that appear twisted and bulging; often like cords on your legs
- Varicose veins may also form in other places on your legs, from your groin to your ankle.
When painful signs and symptoms occur, they may include:
- An achy or heavy feeling in your legs
- Burning, throbbing, muscle cramping and swelling in your lower legs
- Worsened pain after sitting or standing for a long time
- Itching around one or more of your veins
Spider veins are similar to varicose veins, but they're smaller. Spider veins are found closer to the skin's surface and are often red or blue. They occur on the legs, but can also be found on the face. Spider veins vary in size and often look like a spider's web.
Arteries carry blood from your heart to the rest of your tissues. Veins return blood from the rest of your body to your heart, so the blood can be re-circulated. To return blood to your heart, the veins in your legs must work against gravity. Muscle contractions in your lower legs act as pumps, and elastic vein walls help blood return to your heart. Tiny valves in your veins open as blood flows toward your heart then close to stop blood from flowing backward.
Causes of varicose veins can include:
aging - As you get older, your veins can lose elasticity causing them to stretch. The valves in your veins may become weak, allowing blood that should be moving toward your heart to flow backward. Blood pools in your veins and your veins enlarge and become varicose. The veins appear blue because they contain de-oxygenated blood, which is in the process of being re-circulated through the lungs.
Pregnancy - Some pregnant women develop varicose veins. Pregnancy increases the volume of blood in your body, but decreases the flow of blood from your legs to your pelvis. This circulatory change is designed to support the growing fetus, but it can produce an unfortunate side effect enlarged veins in your legs. Varicose veins may surface for the first time or may worsen during late pregnancy, when your uterus exerts greater pressure on the veins in your legs. Changes in your hormones during pregnancy also may play a role. Varicose veins that develop during pregnancy generally improve without medical treatment within three months after delivery.
In Ayurveda, this condition is more or less a "Vata" problem. People with a predominance of "Vata dosha" seem to suffer more from this problem.
Useful Herbal supplement for Varicose Veins - VASKO + VEINISH
Mechanism of Action:
The food supplements VEINISH with VASKO, it helps Venous and arterial endothelial fatty deposits dissolved and the damaged valves in veins (failed to hold the blood leaking backwards) get repaired to regain the tensile strength. Fresh collagen fibers are laid down parallel to the old ones and new connective tissue is formed in the valves. The new endothelium grown will contribute the strength enough to have sufficient tensile strength to hold venous blood at compartments against the gravity. In arteries also repair of the endothelium after dissolving the fatty deposits is happening. The same way in lower limb arterial narrowing (Burger's Disease) that ends in gangrene is also reversible with help of VEINISH with VASKO.
VEINISH and VASKO is a non-invasive and safer way compared to the surgical stripping off the varicose vein treatment or modern treatment of intravenous laser therapy.
VASKO and VEINISH will also helps prevent and reverse other problems at the same time.
VEINISH also improves the blood perfusion to the brain as it regains the healthy endothelium of vessels to increase its nitric oxide output. This paves the way to increase neuronal metabolism and balanced neurotransmitter state. That helps reversal of brain degenerative diseases like dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.
VEINISH helps to improvise the skin health by stimulating new Glycosaminoglycans and collagen in the layers. And also stimulates immunity with augmented blood perfusion to the skin layers. Once venous flow improves, dependant eczema reverses. This effect helps reversing chronic eczema and scleroderma. Moreover, it helps for wound healing with good quality scar formation in the varicose ulcer and eczemateous ulcers.
Side effects: - There are no known side effects.
Author: - Roy Chavarcode is a member of Chavarcode Ayurveda family. The Chavarcode family is from India and is highly reputed for their knowledge in the great tradition in Ayurveda, India's ancient and holistic method of treatment. For more information visit www.gurusgarden.com
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