Varicose veins are a real problem that many people face as they grow older. When the vein walls weaken, the blood in the veins causes them to bulge outward. They can end up becoming more prominent on the leg, and if left untreated can even require surgery. Of course, with so many people (one in four women and almost one in five men) struggling with this condition, there are a lot of supplements and treatments on the market that promise to help you fight varicose veins. The thing is, sometimes it’s hard to tell which supplements will do what they promise and which ones are not worth the money. In this review we’ll be looking at Varavein Plus by SupplementSpot so that you can be more informed.
Varavein Plus uses these ingredients:
- Pine Bark extract
- Horse Chestnut extract
- Vegetable capsule
- Magnesium Stearate
- Stabilized rice bran
The first two ingredients are used to treat circulation problems, while the last three are used to make the physical part of the capsule.
SupplementSpot, the makers of Varavein Plus, recommend taking one capsule, twice a day. They suggest taking one early in the day and one at night, and you should take them at the same time every day.
Possible Side Effects
The makers of Varavein Plus have not listed any side effects for this supplement, but they do suggest that you talk to your doctor before starting treatment, especially if you are nursing or pregnant, or have any other medical conditions.
One 60-capsule bottle of Varavein Plus can be bought for $19.95. This is on the cheaper end of supplements, considering that one bottle should last 30 days at the manufacturer’s suggested dose, but that makes sense because there are only two active ingredients in this product.
SupplementSpot offers a 30-day guarantee on this product, so if you try it and you aren’t satisfied with the results, you can return it for your money back (minus the cost of shipping).
Varavein Plus by SupplementSpot seems like a good product for the money. Although there are only two active ingredients, the price reflects that, and the makers do offer a money-back guarantee on this supplement, so you can get a refund if you don’t get the results you want. However, as we said, there are only two active ingredients, so this product probably does not pack that much of a punch. Also, even though there aren’t that many ingredients, the manufacturer warns against taking this product if you’re pregnant, nursing, or if you have any other medical conditions without talking to your doctor first. (Talking to your doctor is always a good idea before starting a new medication, however.) If you want something stronger, you could always try a different supplement.