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Did you know...
that varicose veins are a visible sign of a circulatory system in need of care? When veins lose their elasticity due to age, pregnancy, sitting or standing for long periods of time, obesity, family history, and hormone replacement drugs, unsightly varicose veins pop out of the legs. In a nutshell, blood flow must work against gravity to cycle back to the heart. This becomes difficult for the body if the arteries aren't "clean" or elastic enough to handle the task.
Varicose veins can be painful and in some cases may cause blood clots, bleeding, and even ulcers.
Nature has provided measures to clean up an arterial traffic jam. Butcher's broom is an herb named for the fact that butchers used to sweep off their butchers' blocks with the stiff twigs. It has been used for over 2,000 years and is known to help with poor blood circulation, including: hardening of the arteries, varicose veins, leg swelling, pain, heaviness, and leg cramping. In addition, it helps with: hemorrhoids, gallstones, acts as a laxative and diuretic, and speeds the healing of fractures.
For best results, herbs work best in combinations, so consider adding horse chestnut and vitamin C with bioflavonoids.
Your heart and circulatory system will "heart you" right back for taking such good care of it.
For opportunities to purchase high quality herbs, vitamins, minerals, and supplements, please follow the directions below if you are unable to see me personally for a consult.
Cindy Summer, Medical Intuitive/Healer & Certified Herbalist
Either call Nature’s Sunshine at 1-800-453-1422 or go to their site at naturessunshine.com and indicate Cindy Summer as your sponsor, account # 3533095, and specify account type Classic. They can ship directly to your home.
Please order through my sponsorship as I get a small override on the purchases. This allows me to practice full-time and maintain office space. Without clients that purchase either directly from me or through my sponsorship, I cannot continue to provide properly for your health care needs.