Buckwheat has long been valued for its positive effects on veins and varicose veins. It is recommended by many natural healing experts. The most well-known active ingredient in buckwheat is rutin, a powerful antioxidant that strengthens the vascular walls, prevents capillary fragility and increases the elasticity of the vascular walls.
Enlarged hemorrhoids are a fairly common problem. Treatment for mild to moderate forms of the condition includes increased fiber intake, fluid intake and rest, and can also be helped with Buckwheat capsules. However, if symptoms are severe, a visit to the doctor is necessary.
To achieve long-lasting positive effects, it is important to take Buckwheat capsules regularly.
Take one capsule 3 times a day.
Buckwheat has a positive effect on the entire cardiovascular system.
Buckwheat is a very good source of manganese, magnesium, dietary fiber and bioflavonoids, such as rutin, which make important contribution to better health. The protein in buckwheat is of high quality, containing all eight essential amino acids, including lysine. Iron, zinc, selenium and antioxidants such as tannin are also found in buckwheat.
In addition to its positive effect on the vascular system, buckwheat has a protective function due to its high concentration of flavonoids. Flavonoids are plant nutrients that protect against disease by prolonging the action of vitamin C and acting as antioxidants. The ability of buckwheat to reduce the activity of dangerous lipids is attributed to rutin and other flavonoid components. These components have a positive effect on blood circulation, restrain excessive adhesion of blood plaques and protect good cholesterol (LDL) from oxidation by free radicals. This action helps protect us against heart disease.
Buckwheat is high in rutin, which is why it has been widely used in the past for health care, especially for varicose vein problems. Research has shown that rutin prevents the development of certain vein diseases that can lead to chronic vein diseases in the legs (varicose veins).