Chinese Secret Stops Varicose Veins
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
If you suffer from varicose veins, slipping on a pair of shorts or a swimsuit can cause a bout of anxiety.
These unsightly “spider web” veins can bulge out all over our legs.
And they’re not just a cosmetic nuisance — they can even be painful at times.
Ask most doctors and they’ll tell you there’s not much you can do about varicose veins… that they’re just part of getting older.
Well, that’s just not true.
Because there’s an ancient remedy out of China that’s been proven to attack the root cause of varicose veins.
And it may even stop more of those annoying blue veins from popping up.
This amazing treatment is called gotu kola, and it’s an Asian herb that’s been used in Chinese and Indian medicine for thousands of years.
It even got the nickname the “fountain of life” in China, because a Chinese herbalist who took it supposedly lived to 200.
Well, I think they’d have a hard time proving that. But when it comes to treating varicose veins, the proof behind gotu kola is rock-solid.
You see, as we age, our blood vessels get less elastic and the valves within them begin to fail.
That causes blood vessels to leak and blood to begin to pool, especially in our legs. This is known as “venous insufficiency,” and it’s what causes varicose veins.
But gotu kola has been proven to improve vein health and shore up leaks.
In a breakthrough study, ultrasound tests confirmed that people who took gotu kola had less leakage of fluid from their veins.
And that can mean fewer varicose veins.
Alternative doctors in the U.S. have been using gotu kola to treat varicose veins for years. But you don’t need an appointment to put its wonders to work for you.
You can buy Solaray CentellaVein gotu kola capsules from websites like www.jet.com for about $15 a month.
Department of Research, Turapür Products