Venapro is a homoeopathic formula which is often used as a remedy for hemorrhoids. A hemorrhoid is a very common health problem experienced by almost seventy-five percent of the people around the globe. This disease commonly referred to as piles are swollen veins in or around the anus. This causes itching, burning and often bleeding. Dozens of medicines are available in the market for the curing of hemorrhoid. Venapro is a reliable homoeopathic remedy for the treatment of hemorrhoid.
According to homoeopathy ‘likes cures like”. In homoeopathy the treatment prepares the body such that it recovers from the condition itself. They administer a highly diluted natural substance that causes the symptom to the patient which stimulates the body to recover from the condition. Horse chestnut reduces pain and swelling and it helps in improving blood flow to the affected areas and hence it is one among the ingredients of Venapro. Witch hazel is the other ingredient used in Venapro. Both these ingredients are herbs. Witch hazel possesses the properties if relieving itching and discomfort and the burning sensation. This herb also protects the anal region from the hurt due to hemorrhoid.
Arnica, fluoride of lime, St.Mary’s thistle, stone root, muriatic acid and krameria’mapato in a base of alcohol and purified water are the other ingredients used in the Venapro formula.Usually the ingredients used in the venapro formula are highly diluted. Hence it is not toxic. Venapro comes in the form of herbal dietary supplement capsules as well as homeopathic mouth spray.
It can be administered by spraying under the tongue or by dissolving in a glass of water. Those who use the spray have to ensure that they spray two full sprays under the tongue and they do it thrice a day. Another important thing is that it should be done only after twenty minutes have passed after eating or drinking anything and you should not eat or drink for the next twenty minutes after the spray. The patients who are intolerant to the alcohol component in the venapro formula prefer to take it by dissolving in water.
There are some inactive ingredients also present in Venapro. These are the ingredients which do not have any direct effect but are intended to make the supplement easier to consume. The inactive ingredients of Venapro spray are alcohol and purified water. Vitamin E acetate and vitamin E as well as d-alpha tocopheryl succinate, plantain, oat straw, butchers broom, red sage, cayenne, bilberry, cascara sagrada, horse chestnut, zinc oxide and l-arginine hydrochloride are the ingredients in Venapro supplements. However one has to consult one’s doctor before starting Venapro or other medications.
Venapro may interact adversely with other medicines or supplements. The horse chest nut used in Venapro may cause stomach irritation, nausea, vomiting and dizziness. Also certain potential side effects like fever, fatigue, eye and skin yellowing and allergic reactions are likely to occur.
A hemorrhoid patient should know that his lifestyle, eating habits and other medical condition also are factors on which the effect of the treatment depends. However, in the advanced conditions of hemorrhoid a surgery will have to be resorted to.