CARDIOVASCULAR support Varicose/Spider Vein Antioxidant Tonic
Kiwikitz™ Cardiovascular support drops contain Horse Chestnut, Hawthorn Berries, Prickly Ash, Bark & Gotu Kola, Ginger
- Vascular tonifying
- Cardiac tonic
- Traditional time-proven herbals
- Varicose & spider vein support
- Assists peripheral circulation
- Antioxidant herbal blend
Kiwikitz™ Cardiovascular and Bulging/Spider Vein Antioxidant Tonic has been formulated as a support herbal remedy and recommended for heart health using traditional, time proven herbs to assist in restoring vascular tone and improving coronary blood flow. Drops can be added to water or taken directly into the mouth
Horse Chestnut - specific actions are; anti-inflammatory, astringent, tonifying and the ability to relaxing blood vessels. Traditionally used for haemorrhoids, bulging veins and swollen ankles.
Hawthorn Berries - specific actions are; relaxant, anti-spasmodic & diuretic. Widely used as a cardiac tonic to assist with peripheral circulation, regulating heartbeat and improving coronary blood flow.
Prickly Ash Bark - a general stimulant tonic, Prickly Ash is traditionally used to restore vascular tone
Gotu Kola - this Ayurvedic herb is commonly used in India for mental and physical fatigue. Gotu Kola is known to improve circulation to the legs and to increase brain capacity.
Ginger - a very old herb listed by the earliest Chinese Herbalists and valued for its use for digestive upsets and colds and chills. Used since Roman times as a carminative (relieving flatulence) antispasmodic and circulatory stimulant.
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Kiwikitz products are designed to support and not a replacement for prescribed medication. Supplements, herbals & rongoa should be avoided by pregnant and breastfeeding mums unless recommended by your health professional. Take supplements & herbals at a different time from medication. Take as directed and if symptoms persist see your health professional.