Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. The plant extracts of Butcher’s Broom and Centella can contribute to the functionality of the microcirculation. Furthermore, butcher’s broom can contribute to the functionality of the venous circulation (also of the haemorrhoidal plexus). Hesperidin is a flavonoid.
Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is a functional decompensation of the peripheral circulation due to the imperfect return of venous blood to the heart. The result is a condition of suffering in the lower limbs. Epidemiologically, the female gender is more exposed up to menopause, while the male gender in old age.
The main causes are:
Chronic venous insufficiency presents itself through disorders affecting the legs and which occur, in most cases, during the night.
The main ones are:
Hemorrhoids are dilatation of the venous plexus (hemorrhoidal) located at the edge of the anal canal; these vessels when protruded and inflamed cause rather painful and, in some cases, haemorrhagic symptoms. Among the reasons for the appearance of this ailment are