Veinocal


Varicose veins are really just veins that have become enlarged with extra blood. Normally, the heart pumps blood through the arteries to other parts of the body. The veins send the blood back to the heart. Veins are supposed to act as one-way valves and shouldn't allow blood to flow back down the legs. But if a vein becomes weak, blood may flow backwards and collect in the vein, causing it to swell. These swollen veins are either spider or varicose veins. Spider veins are smaller and are usually red or blue in color."

Take one pill twice a day, no more than twelve hours apart or as set by a healthcare practitioner. By taking Veinocal at the same time everyday you are increasing the effectiveness of the pills.

It is very important to drink plenty of water while you are taking Veinocal. We suggest that you avoid alcohol, fried foods, dairy, caffeine, animal fats, and sugar products. This aids in the absorption of Veinocal.

We suggest you refrigerate Veinocal to ensure that it stays at its utmost potency. If you miss a dose, make it up as soon as you remember. Take your next dose at the regular time. You do not have to take Veinocal with food, the potency of the pill will not be affected if you do. If you suffer from any medical conditions consult a physician before taking.
Product: Veinocal
Brand: Selmedica Healthcare (More Products)
Size: 90 capsules
Dosage: 1 capsule 2 times daily
Retail: $65.00
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by John Copenhaver, MD

I Googled Selmedica Healthcare and this is what I found: Selmedica is out of business! The owner of Selmedica Healthcare has been arrested. A Shelby County internet businessman was arrested Monday, March 24, 2008 on charges of computer fraud, deceptive business practices and imitating a licensed professional.

I think I would stay away from Selmedica Healthcare products.

John M. Copenhaver, MD