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60 to 120 mg daily of a standardized herbal extract. Gotu kola extracts have been found to be successful in treating CVI in preliminary trials.
150 to 300 mg per day. A controlled study reported that supplementing daily with Pycnogenol improved symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency and reduced associated leg swelling.
50 to 100 mg two to three times daily. Proanthocyanidins, a group of flavonoids, have been shown to strengthen capillaries in double-blind research.
Standardized extract providing 50 mg aescin two to three times per day. Horse chestnut is traditionally used for venous problems, and its effectiveness has been backed up by an extensive overview of clinical trials.
500 mg hydroxyethylrutosides twice per day. Flavonoids strengthen capillaries. A flavonoid derived from rutin, called HR, has been shown to be effective in clearing leg swelling and reducing other CVI symptoms.
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Standardized extract providing 15 to 30 mg ruscogenins three times per day. Butcher's broom is a traditional remedy for CVI that has been backed up by clinical trials.
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