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Nature's Inventory - Varicose Veins Wellness Oil (2 Fluid Ounces)
- Gentle, safe and effective
- No drug interactions
- No side effects*
- Non habit forming
- No animal testing
- No synthetic ingredients
- No petroleum based ingredients
Instructions: Shake before each use. Massage liberal amounts of oil into skin as often as needed. Always massage this oil from your feet towards your heart. For external use only, keep out of reach of children.
Ingredients: Ingredients: Simmondsia Chinensis (organic jojoba oil), organic cypress essential oil, citrus limonum (organic lemon essential oil), & pelargonium roseum asperum (organic geranium essential oil).
* While generally regarded as safe after the first trimester when pregnant, it’s is always a good idea to check with your doctor or midwife before using any product.
Common Q & A about Varicose Vein Wellness Oil:
Q: What are varicose veins and spider veins?
A: Varicose veins are enlarged veins that can be flesh colored, dark purple or blue. They often look like cords and appear twisted and bulging. They are swollen and raised above the surface of the skin. Varicose veins are commonly found on the backs of the calves or on the inside of the leg. During pregnancy, varicose veins called hemorrhoids can form in the vagina or around the anus.
Spider veins are similar to varicose veins, but they are smaller. They are often red or blue and are closer to the surface of the skin than varicose veins. They can look like tree branches or spider webs with their short jagged lines. Spider veins can be found on the legs and face. They can cover either a very small or very large area of skin.
Q: What causes varicose veins and spider veins?
A: The heart pumps blood filled with oxygen and nutrients to the whole body. Arteries carry blood from the heart towards the body parts. Veins carry oxygen-poor blood from the body back to the heart.
The squeezing of leg muscles pumps blood back to the heart from the lower body. Veins have valves that act as one-way flaps. These valves prevent the blood from flowing backwards as it moves up the legs. If the one-way valves become weak, blood can leak back into the vein and collect there. This problem is called venous insufficiency. Pooled blood enlarges the vein and it becomes varicose. Spider veins can also be caused by the backup of blood. Hormone changes, inherited factors, and exposure to the sun can also cause spider veins.
Q: How common are abnormal leg veins?
A: About 50 to 55% of American women and 40 to 45% of American men suffer from some form of vein problem. Varicose veins affect 1 out of 2 people age 50 and older.
Q: Who usually has varicose veins and spider veins?
A: Many factors increase a person's chances of developing varicose or spider veins. These include:
-Having family members with vein problems or being born with weak vein valves
-Hormonal changes. These occur during puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. Taking birth control pills and other medicines containing estrogen and progesterone also increase the risk of varicose or spider veins.
-Pregnancy. During pregnancy there is a huge increase in the amount of blood in the body. This can cause veins to enlarge. The expanding uterus also puts pressure on the veins. Varicose veins usually improve within 3 months after delivery. A growing number of abnormal veins usually appear with each additional pregnancy.
-Prolonged standing and other things that weaken vein valves
-Sun exposure, which can cause spider veins on the cheeks or nose of a fair-skinned person
Q: Why do varicose veins and spider veins usually appear in the legs?
A: The force of gravity, the pressure of body weight, and the task of carrying blood from the bottom of the body up to the heart make legs the primary location for varicose and spider veins. Compared with other veins in the body, leg veins have the toughest job of carrying blood back to the heart. They endure the most pressure. This pressure can be stronger than the veins' one-way valves.
Q: What are the signs of varicose veins?
A: Some common symptoms of varicose veins include:
-Easily tired legs
-Swelling in the legs
-Darkening of the skin (in severe cases)
-Numbness in the legs
-Itching or irritated rash in the legs
This oil should be massaged from the ankle up your legs for best results. Use daily and you will see a difference in your veins. Yes, this oil will work for spider veins as well.
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