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VENOVAL GEL

How to invigorate tired and sore legs?
Venoval is an optimum combination of horse-chestnut extract with eucalyptus and menthol essential oils.
This formula will give you healthy legs and a light and brisk step.
What a relief for varicose veins!
Do you know that almost one third of world population has vein problems? These problems more frequently occur after childbirth and in professions involving a lot of standing (surgeons, dentists, waiters, sales clerks, manual workers...) All this is the result of man’s upright position, to which evolution has not yet fully adapted. Veins have valves which, because of gravity, have to keep the blood from flowing backwards. However, when the valves lose elasticity, a number of complications occur.
That is why Venoval offers you great relief and restores the brisk step to your heavy legs.
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Action: Escin, extracted from horse-chestnut, has an extremely positive effect on the capillaries, improving their resistance and strengthening their walls. It is beneficial for inflammations and varicose veins on the legs. Eucalyptus essential oil, aside from its antiseptic action, soothes neuralgias and helps treat inflamed joints, arthritis and gout. Menthol relieves muscle and joint pain and produces a cooling effect.

Recommended for:
- sore, tired and heavy legs
- varicose veins on the legs
- leg tension
- inflamed joints, gout and arthritis

Composition:
100 ml of gel contains: Horse-Chestnut Extract 2 ml, Menthol 2 ml, Eucalyptus Essential Oil 1 ml

Usage: apply on affected area, 2 – 3 times per day, without massaging

Package: 100 ml in a white PE tube, in a box

Approved by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia:
Classification: UP/I 530-01/07-02/24
Reg. No.: 534-08-01/6-07-6
Date of approval: 18 April 2007

Barcode: 3859891334278


Horse Chestnut

The seeds of the horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum), rich in saponines, contain escin, which strengthens vein walls, improves circulation and has antiinflammatory action. Because of its venotonic properties, it has a beneficial effect on veins and capillaries and it is used in cases of leg swelling, calf cramps and post-thrombotic syndrome.

Eucalyptus Globulus

Eucalyptus Globulus is a wild species indigenous to Southeastern Australia and Tasmania, but over the centuries it has become widespread in other regions of the world as well. Did you know that this monster tree can grow over 100 m in height, that koala bears eat its leaves, that it purifies air so well that its forests are considered oases of health, that it absorbs sounds so that two people standing 10 m apart cannot hear each other... Eucalyptus has antibacterial and antiviral action, it lowers body temperature, it has beneficial effect on the respiratory system, it cools the skin and penetrates it deeply, which makes its essential oil (cineol) suitable for treating rheumatism and vein problems.



Mint

Mint (Mentha piperitae folium) is a perennial plant up to 80 cm tall with an outspread stem and coarsely toothed leaf margins. Its essential oil is beneficial for indigestion (meteorism and diarrhea), diseases of the respiratory system (oral cavity, throat, cough), bile and liver diseases, nervousness, intestinal diseases and rash control.

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Venoval gel For a quick step!

Today, nearly a third of mankind suffers from vein problems. This is primarily due to man's upright posture, to which, in evolutionary terms, the venous system has not yet fully adapted. This means that upright posture increases the amount of blood circulating in the legs. In healthy human bodies the blood returns from the bottom up and from the superficial to the deeper veins, i.e. in the direction opposing the force of gravity. Blood rich in carbon dioxide travels, through the veins, from the cells to the heart and then farther into the lungs, where it is enriched with oxygen. This is ??possible thanks to the venous valves located in the lumen of the main vein. Their task is to direct blood toward the heart and prevent its return downwards, towards the feet. This action is supported by muscles, especially calf muscles, whose tone and contraction compress the veins, thus stimulating blood circulation towards the heart.

Ivana Ugarković, MS, nutritionist
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