Dietary supplementation can never be equated to professional medical treatment. Regardless of the method of use and the specifics of the supplement, it is still a preparation that is to some extent meant to assist in treatment, not to replace it. Yes, there are different dietary supplements. Some of them are professional treatment aids and others, well, it's better not to use them.
In the following article we will compare two different products of this class, used in the case of varicose veins. The first is Viatonica - a cream that (at least in theory) is supposed to be highly effective in supporting the treatment of varicose veins. The second - Varicorin - is a capsule with theoretically less "potency". We will test both and, based on the data provided by their manufacturers, analyse which one is better.
Viatonica is a dietary supplement that comes in the form of a cream, used for venous disorders, specifically varicose veins. According to the data provided by the manufacturer, this preparation:
Analysing the above information, one can come to the conclusion that not all of it is true. Moreover, some of them are repeated (e.g. stabilisation of venous pressure). One may agree that the supplement increases venous patency and also reduces swelling and inflammation, but the information about rebuilding damaged blood vessels is no longer true. It is part of a trend repeated quite often by manufacturers of dietary supplements, according to which their use is supposed to eliminate varicose veins completely.
The dietary supplement - according to the information provided on the product page - consists of the following ingredients:
In conclusion, from the analysis of the composition given by the manufacturer, it is clear that the Viatonica supplement is not effective for varicose veins. It is just an ordinary product with an antiseptic effect, which can be used in the process of disinfecting the skin.
The price of this dietary supplement is "only" 129 GBP, which is supposed to be a kind of 50 percent promotion. Normally, this supplement is supposed to cost as much as GBP PLN, but the product is not worth any of these prices. The ingredients contained in this preparation can be purchased in any pharmacy for a total cost of no more than 40-50 GBP.
Having before our eyes a supplement whose properties and effects on venous lesions are practically mediocre, it is difficult to look for reliable opinions on it (apart from those on the manufacturer's website). Interestingly, while searching for them, the author of the above review came across a product of the same name, which is used, among others, in disinfecting feet. Coincidence?
You have to give the manufacturer of this dietary supplement credit - their product will not harm people with varicose veins. The problem is that it will not help either. After all, how can it help something which, in essence, has a completely different use and action. Unfortunately, the information provided on the Viatonica manufacturer's website is untrue. This applies in particular to the alleged "treatment" of patients with varicose veins with this product, as well as the properties of the ingredients used in it. Is the product worth its price? No!
Let us therefore compare Viatonica with another product of this class - Varicorin. Let us see if it is more effective than its dubious counterpart.
According to data provided by the manufacturer of Viaricorin, its product has:
Considering the above data, one can come to the conclusion that they may (depending on the composition) be true. Yes, we will also analyse them in terms of the product content, nevertheless, it must be acknowledged that the manufacturer makes it clear that its supplement supports the healing process.
At first glance, the composition of Varicorin is much more complex and professionally selected. Let us therefore take a closer look at its individual components:
1. Venocin - this name is a proprietary product obtained from horse chestnut seeds. This substance has an anti-inflammatory effect and reduces swelling. The vast majority of dietary supplements used in venous disorders are based on horse chestnut extract. It is therefore a proven preparation, which owes its effectiveness, among other things, to Aescin.
2. Centellin - is another proprietary ingredient in Varicorin. It is extracted from Centella Asiatica and contains interpenes, which are essential in the process of improving venous circulation and the functioning of capillaries. What is more, this ingredient perfectly deals with the feeling of heavy legs that often accompanies varicose veins.
3. Vitamin C - everyone has probably heard of this vitamin. Its share in the process of functioning and regeneration of damaged veins is also very high. This is due to its incredible properties, which positively influence the production of collagen in tissues.
4. Hesperidin - is an anti-inflammatory and slows down the formation of free radicals. Hesperidin is also used to strengthen and protect blood vessel walls. The dietary supplement contains 150 g of this substance, which is the optimal dose for humans.
5. Grapevine extract - a substance with strong antioxidant properties, which at the same time supports the process of blood circulation in blood vessels.
6. witch hazel - substances contained in the extract of this plant show strong anti-inflammatory properties. Thanks to it we not only have a positive influence on the process of elimination of inflammatory conditions within veins, but we also counteract the feeling of so-called heavy legs, which accompanies many people suffering from varicose veins.
In conclusion, the above information taken from the manufacturer's website is concrete and reliable. A person interested in buying this dietary supplement will know what it consists of and how its individual components work.
Varicorin has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is in the form of capsules, thanks to which it is much more easily absorbed by the body than, for example, creams. It has a multi-faceted effect, supporting both the structure and regeneration of veins, as well as the work of the circulatory system and other organs that require hesperidin and vitamin C to function properly.
Varicorin is a dietary supplement that is highly recommended for people suffering from varicose veins. Of course, it cannot be treated as a substitute for medication or a healthy and optimised diet.
The price of the preparation depends primarily on the number of packages ordered. To place an order, go to www.varicorin.co.uk. If you order one pack, its price is 39 GBP. A standard package (3 packs) costs PLN 78 (GBP 26 per unit). The optimal package (6 packs) costs 117 GBP, i.e. 19.50 GBP per pack.
In addition, you can take advantage of a promotion which reduces the price of Varicorin by 20%!
Also worth mentioning is the 90-day satisfaction guarantee. If the product does not meet your expectations in terms of varicose vein reduction, you will get your money back. This is the only product on the market with this type of guarantee. It certainly affects the credibility of the product as well as the manufacturer itself.
In conclusion, Varicorin is a highly effective dietary supplement, whose action is supported by favourable opinions of users. Its optimal use (2 capsules a day with plenty of water) allows to accelerate the healing process and to avoid possible side effects resulting from its overdose.