Venex - Indications: venous insufficiency, haemorrhoids
Indications: varicose veins, thrombophlebitis, haemorrhoids
used for treating various disorders of blood vessels including hemorrhoids, varicose veins, poor circulation in the legs (venous stasis), and bleeding (hemorrhage) in the eye or gums. It is also used to treat swelling of the arms (lymphedema) following breast cancer surgery, and to protect against liver toxicity. It is often taken in combination with hersperidin, another plant chemical.
Indications: Treatment of chronic organic and functional venous insufficiency of the lower limbs with the following symptoms.
Heavy legs, pain, nocturnal cramps.
Haemorrhoids and acute haemorrhoidal attacks.
DUB and IUCD-indicated bleeding and other capillary fragility.
Venex, a citrus flavonoid, is prescribed for the treatment of hemorrhoids, lymphedema, bleeding of gums or eyes, varicose vein, venous stasis, hepatotoxicity and post-mastectomy symptoms. Venex is prescribed with Hesperidin.