Horse chestnut + Mirtilo + Rusco + Meliloto + Red vine + Ginkgo + Ortosifón + Pineapple + Papaya + Betaine + Routine + Bioflavonoids + Vitamins
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Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of blood vessels.
Thiamine (B1) contributes to the normal function of the heart.
Pantothenic acid, vitamin B12, B6, C and riboflavin (B2) contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Riboflavin (B2) and vitamin C contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

Varicose veins are dilated as a result of poor circulation due to malfunction of the internal valves of the veins. The venous return is not adequate and the blood accumulates. It is then termed chronic venous insufficiency.
The causes can be multiple: from hereditary predisposition to certain life habits, passing through certain situations such as pregnancy or obesity. The symptoms of venous insufficiency can be cramps in the legs, a feeling of “tingling”, swelling, heaviness of the legs and pain.
These symptoms are relieved by resting with the legs elevated and worsen when it is hot or the are exposed to a source of heat nearby; they also get worse by staying a long time standing or a lot of time sitting during the day.


  • Avoid standing or sitting, for a long time, without changing position.
  • Avoid sources of direct heat: radiators, depilatory wax, hot baths
  • Fight obesity with a balanced diet.
  • Keep the skin hydrated and elastic to avoid the appearance of varicose veins complications.
  • Dress in comfortable clothes, wide and allowing adequate circulation of blood.
  • Avoid shoes and boots with excessively high heels, as well as garters and socks that compress.
  • Use elastic compression stockings; They contribute a great deal to relieving discomfort by exerting more compression on the ankle than on the thigh.


There are plants that have a use endorsed by scientific societies such as EMA (European Medicines Agency) or ESCOP (European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy) to improve the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency


Venotonic and anti-inflammatory activity.

Butcher’s Broom

Venotonic and anti-inflammatory activity.

Red grapevine

Venotonic and anti-inflammatory activity.


Venotonic and anti-inflammatory activity.

Ginkgo  biloba

Venotonic and anti-inflammatory activity.

Java tea

Venotonic and anti-inflammatory activity.


Venotonic and capillary protective activity.

Citric bioflavonoids

Capilaroprotective Activity


Anti-inflammatory activity

Papaya tree

Anti-inflammatory activity

Water, Fructose, Bilberry concentrated juice, Red grapevine (D.E., std. to 1,5% vitexin), Ginkgo biloba (D.E., std. to 5% ginkgoflavonoids), Rutin, Bilberry (D.E., std. to 25% anthocyanosides), Citric bioflavonoids, Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), Butcher’s Broom (D.E., std. to 10% ruscogenines), Horse-Chestnut (D.E., std. to 22% escin), Java tea (D.E., std. to 0,1% sinensetine), Aroma, Melilot (D.E., std. to 1% cumarine), Acidity regulator (citric acid), Pineapple (D.E., std. to bromelain 250 GFU/g), Papaya tree (D.E., ratio 4:1), Preservatives (potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate), Pantothenic acid (calcium D-pantothenate), Betaine hydrochloride, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), Vitamin B2 (riboflavin), Vitamin B1 (thiamin hydrochloride), Vitamin A (retinyl acetate), Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin).

Horse-Chestnut D.E.: 25 mg
Bilberry concentrated juice: 468 mg
Butcher’s Broom D.E.: 30 mg
Bilberry D.E.: 34 mg
Melilot D.E.: 21 mg
Red grapevine D.E.: 43 mg
Ginkgo biloba D.E.: 43 mg
Java tea D.E.: 25 mg
Pineapple D.E: 17 mg
Papaya tree D.E.: 17 mg
Betaine: 2 mg
Rutin: 34 mg
Citric bioflavonoids: 34 mg
Vitamin C: 30 mg (37,5% NRV*)
Vitamin A: 200 µg (25% NRV *)
Vitamin B1: 1,4 mg (127% NRV *)
Vitamin B2: 1,6 mg (114% NRV *)
Vitamin B6: 2 mg (143% NRV *)
Vitamin B12: 1 µg (40% NRV *)
Pantothenic acid: 6 mg (100% NRV *)

Horse-Chestnut D.E.: 50 mg
Bilberry concentrated juice: 936 mg
Butcher’s Broom D.E.: 60 mg
Bilberry D.E.: 68 mg
Melilot D.E.: 42 mg
Red grapevine D.E.: 86 mg
Ginkgo biloba D.E.: 86 mg
Java tea D.E.: 50 mg
Pineapple D.E.: 34 mg
Papaya tree D.E.: 34 mg
Betaine: 4 mg
Rutin: 68 mg
Citric bioflavonoids: 68 mg
Vitamin C: 60 mg (75% NRV*)
Vitamin A: 400 µg (50% NRV *)
Vitamin B1: 2,8 mg (254% NRV *)
Vitamin B2: 3,2 mg (228% NRV *)
Vitamin B6: 4 mg (286% NRV *)
Vitamin B12: 2 µg (80% NRV *)
Pantothenic acid: 12 mg (200% NRV *)

*NRV: Nutrient Reference Values.

It should not be consumed by pregnant or lactating women or children.
Do not take this food supplement if you have an allergy or intolerance to one of its ingredients.
Consult a healthcare professional if taking anticoagulant or antiplatelet therapy.

Take 1 (10 ml) or 2 vials (20 ml) per day directly or diluted in water. Recommended daily consumption: 1 or 2 vials.

Container of 20 vials of 10 ml.

It can be complemented with …