Venapro – Homeopatic treatment at its best?
It’s something that is not usually talked about in public, but it can be so annoying and uncomfortable that it should be taken care of as soon as possible. We’re talking about hemorrhoids and how this seemingly minor issue can change one’s lifestyle entirely.
Hemorrhoids affect millions of Americans but most just choose to ignore the pain and discomfort because they are embarrassed. Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the rectum’s lower portion or opening. It’s more common on women during pregnancy and among those who are often constipated. The pressure and the strain cause the enlarging of the veins. The area then becomes tender and painful.
If you have hemorrhoids, you only think of one thing – relief. And that’s what Venapro can give you. It’s a homeopathic solution that counteracts the symptoms of hemorrhoids like pain and discomfort so your body can naturally fight off the disease.
What is in Venapro?
Venapro is categorized as a homeopathic medicine which is based on the ‘like cures like’ approach, or the law of similars. The law states that when the body is subjected to small amounts of the elements which cause a disease, our immune system kicks in and the body heals itself. Homeopathic medicines are extracted from natural minerals and plants and are non-invasive. Here are the ingredients of Venapro.
- Horse Chestnut or Aesculus hippocastanum
- Arnica or Arnica Montana
- Fluoride of Lime or Calcarea fluorica
- Mary’s Thistle or Carduus marianus
- Stone Root or Collinsonia canadensis
- Witch Hazel or Hamamelis virginiana
- Muriatic Acid or Muriaticum acidum
- Krameria Mapato or Ratanhia
- Purified Water
How to Use Venapro
Venapro comes in an easy-to-administer oral spray so it can be used by adults and children alike. The content is sprayed under the patient’s tongue for immediate absorption into the bloodstream. Here is the prescribed number of sprays:
- Children that are 12 years and older, along with adults –2 sprays, 3 times per day
- Children that are 2 to 12 years old – 1 spray, 3 times per day
- Children under 2 years old – Consult your doctor
It’s recommended that if the symptoms persist after the treatment, a doctor should be consulted. In case of overdose, contact the Poison Control Center immediately. Although it’s considered generally safe, pregnant or breastfeeding women should first consult their doctors before using this medicine.
Venapro Side Effects
Although there are no recorded side effects in using Venapro, there are ingredients in it that might cause negative effects on some people. Horse chestnut, for example, can cause a headache, upset stomach, and nausea. Witch hazel also can cause nausea and skin irritation when applied topically. But since there are only very small amounts of these ingredients, it’s highly unlikely that people taking Venapro might experience these side effects.
Venapro has been proven effective and safe. Many people will attest to its potency in relieving the symptoms of hemorrhoids and helping the body get rid itself of the disease.