Says the popular knowledge that this plant strengthens the veins and weak capillaries by preventing blood drain under the skin giving rise to problems such as hemorrhoids, varicose ulcers, varicose veins, spider veins and other circulatory disorders due to venous insufficiency.
It also fights inflammation and cellular oxidation. By its action as an antioxidant and hair tonic it can also be in two common auxiliary aesthetic problems: cellulite and wrinkles.
Scientists have identified a photochemical as the key to the therapeutic qualities of this plant: aescin; although there are other also important, such as rutin, etc.
Hamamelis: According to traditional use, leaves, twigs and bark of the Hamamelis contain a fairly high concentration of tannins, which makes astringent (constricts blood vessels) and refreshing. Very useful against hemorrhoids, bleeding and excessive menstruation.
Gotu Kola: The popular wisdom through the years indicates that this plant is a rejuvenating skin and tissues. Accelerates the healing of wounds of all kinds (ulcers, burns, surgical incisions) preventing the formation of keloids. It has also shown good results in the treatment of varicose veins, spider veins, venous insufficiency, edema of the legs by poor circulation, muscle cramps, numbness and heaviness in the legs.
Scientists attribute the therapeutic properties of this plant phytochemicals such as Asiaticoside, Asitico acid and other triterpenes. These substances appear to strengthen the connective tissue.
Horse Chesnut, Gotu Kola and Hamamelis.
Take 20 drops in half a glass of water, three times a day. Keep in a cool place.
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