Dave’s Vein Strength Formula

Supports healthy veins

Many people suffer from weak vein strength due to genetics, a poor diet, or unhealthy lifestyle. This can manifest as varicose veins and/or hemorrhoids. Dave’s Vein Strength formula provides nutrients and circulation to the veins, helping with inflammation and overall weakness.

2 oz. – $19.95
To order, call 801-268-3000 or 801-446-0499.
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dave's vein strength formula

Butcher’s Broom: Supports healthy vein and urinary systems. It has been used traditionally for hemorrhoid symptoms.

Calendula Flowers: Rich in carotenoids that benefit circulation, and also contain Lutein for eye health. Calendula has been used forhundreds of years for wound healing. It is immune and lymphaticsupportive.

Ginkgo Biloba: Rich in bioflavonoids to support cardiovascular health, circulatory health, and has been traditionally used for memory and concentration. It may thin the blood.

Horse Chestnut: Supports vein health and is an antioxidant. It is astringent. Horse chestnut thins the blood.

Horsetail (Shavegrass): Rich in minerals, especially silica to support healthy bone and connective tissue. It has been used to support urinary health in men and women.

Oregon Grape Root: Supports healthy liver function which helps in bile production to improve digestion. Traditionally used for skin and urinary health support.

Sage: Supports healthy digestion (liver) which reduces mucus secretions. It supports healthy immune function.

Yarrow: Supports tissue integrity due to its astringent qualities. It also supports healthy digestion, easing gas and bloating. It is also used in support of urinary and respiratory health traditionally it was used as a wound healer.

Other Ingredients: Vegetable glycerin, water, less than 5% alcohol. Does not contain soy, dairy, or wheat.

Disclaimer: these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If conditions persist, please seek advice from your medical doctor.