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Treating Vascular Esophegeal Varicies
Vascualar disease can be treated with nutritional supplements. Please read further to understand how common nutrients that are especially prepared in a micronized form can build and restore damaged vascular tissues which may include esophgeal varicies. Although no studies have been done on esophegeal varicies it stands to reason that the treatments as descriped below will be effective for the vascular system systematically.
I've been finding out about this medicine that is commonly used in Mexico. I had the opportunity to talk to a Mexican physican about it and he was astounded to hear that this drug is not used in the United States for patients with venous insufficiency, vericose veins, hemorrhoids.... well, at least to my knowledge it is not used, and finding info on it in English took extra time
Daflon is micronized diosmin and Hesperdin, a bioflavinoid extract containing 90% diosmin and 10% hesperidin, which This medicaiton is currently used to treat chronic venous insufficiency and haemorrhoidal disease, with decerease improving swelling, inflammation and size of vericosities. This micronized preparation allows for greater permeability though out the vasular system than other preparations of hesperidin may provide. It is known for improving venous tone and improving lymphatic drainage.
This product contains micronized 90% diosmin and 10% hesperidin,both bioflavinoids from natural sources. The doctor told me that it is generally prescribed with an anti-inflamatory medication like voltran (an NSAID) well regarded due to its lessor poisoning effects than Ibuprofen. Both medications are over the counter.
This looks like a promising treatment and has been well regarded in Europe and Mexico. A website that provides this medication is found below.
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Daflon for Increased Microvasculr Permeability
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