Extraordinary Beauty - Lovely Legs - Garden of Life - Clinically-Studied 95% Diosmin Reducing Varicose & Spider Veins
Ingredients & Description
Lovely Legs contains the original diosmin formula backed by extensive human clinical studies on over 15,000 women. Until now, the clinically-studied ingredient found in Lovely Legs, 95% diosmin, has only been available in Europe where it has been widely prescribed by doctors for decades. But now, Garden of Life offers hope to those who are seeking lovelier legs.
Backed by extensive human clinical research on over 15,000 women, Lovely Legs contains the original 95% diosmin formula that has demonstrated the following benefits:
Supports the health and tone of veins and capillaries, especially in the legs
Reduces the visible signs of varicose and spider veins
Supports healthy blood flow and circulation, especially in the legs
Helps reduce the occasional swelling, water retention and the sensation of heaviness in legs caused by standing or overexertion
Helps maintain overall blood vessel strength
Suggested Use: Adults take 1 caplet daily with water. Best taken with food. Not recommended for use by children and pregnant or nursing women.
Other ingredients: cellulose, starch, povidone
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Questions and answers:
Asked on: April 30, 2013
Question: Is ther any side effects if you take it with hormone replacement drugs?
A: As with any dietary supplement, consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product, especially if you use blood thinners, anticipate surgery or are under medical supervision. There are no direct warnings again taking with hormone replacement drugs.
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Asked on: May 19, 2013
Question: Does diosmin thin the blood or slow the clotting catalyst in the same manner as warfarin?
A: If you use blood thinners consult with your physician before using.
Diosmin prolongs the vasoconstrictor effect of noradrenaline on the vein wall, which increases venous tone thus reducing venous capacitance, distensibility, and stasis. This increases the venous return and reduces venous hyperpressure.
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