Varicose veins are a common problem that affects both men and women. An estimated 20-25% of adults in the world experience this condition at some point in their lives. According to the National Institute of Health, up to 55% of women and 45% of men in the United States suffer from varicose veins. This gender disparity may be due to the hormonal changes that women experience during pregnancy, menopause, and menstruation, which can weaken the vein walls. Other factors, such as genetics, obesity, and prolonged standing or sitting, can also contribute to the development of varicose veins in both genders.
Daily activities are hindered by varicose veins, especially for people who have severe cases. The condition can cause discomfort, pain, swelling, and fatigue, all of which can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks. Standing or sitting for prolonged periods can worsen symptoms, making it challenging to complete work tasks or household chores. Varicose veins can also affect mobility and make it challenging to engage in physical activities like exercise or sports.
These unsightly veins are also able to rob people of their confidence. Because individuals with varicose veins would become more self-conscious about their ugly-looking legs. Unfortunately, some individuals may develop these veins on the face. It is known as spider veins, which are a milder form of varicose veins. These injured veins or capillaries can be caused by aging, alcohol consumption, injury to face, sun exposure and even changes in the weather.
Sad with the appearance on the legs or the face, these individuals would stop wearing shorts or skirts or put on really heavy makeup or even stop engaging with people or activities they used to enjoy. Overall, the impact of varicose veins on daily activities and people’s overall well-being can be significant, and seeking treatment can help improve quality of life.
While there have been advancements in varicose vein treatments, some disadvantages still exist with the current available methods. Here are some known disadvantages associated with common varicose treatments:
1. Skin damage: Many traditional treatments for varicose veins, such as vein stripping and ligation, involve invasive surgical procedures. These procedures may require general anesthesia, incisions,or longer recovery times. Invasive treatments can increase the risk of complications, including infection, scarring, and nerve damage.
2. Recurrence: Varicose veins have a tendency to recur even after treatment. The success rate of some treatments, such as sclerotherapy and laser therapy, may vary depending on the severity of the condition. In some cases, new varicose veins may develop over time, or existing veins may become problematic again, requiring additional treatment.
3. Pain and discomfort: Some varicose treatments, including surgery, sclerotherapy, and endovenous thermal ablation, can cause pain and discomfort during and after the procedure. Patients may experience bruising, swelling, and soreness in the treated area. Pain medications and compression stockings are often useless to manage the pain.
4. Side effects: Some treatments for varicose veins can lead to side effects. For example, sclerotherapy, which involves injecting a solution into the veins, may cause temporary skin discoloration, itching, or small ulcers. Laser therapy can cause skin burns or hyperpigmentation. Although these side effects are usually temporary, they can be a concern for some patients.
5. Expensive cost: The cost of varicose vein treatments can be a disadvantage for some individuals. Surgical procedures and newer techniques like endovenous laser ablation or radiofrequency ablation can be expensive, especially if multiple sessions are required. Insurance coverage for varicose vein treatments may vary, and not all treatments may be covered.
6. Effectiveness: Many of the claims made by manufacturers of creams and devices for varicose veins are not supported by strong scientific evidence. Clinical studies assessing their effectiveness may be limited in sample size, methodology, or have conflicts of interest. The lack of robust scientific research makes it difficult to establish the true efficacy of these products.
Figure: Leg Ulcer Caused by Untreated Varicose Veins
Over time, the condition of untreated varicose veins can cause major skin changes such as discoloration, dryness, and itching, making the skin more susceptible to wounds and infections. In severe cases, untreated varicose veins can lead to the development of leg ulcers, which are difficult to heal and can be painful. The increased risk of developing blood clots, which can potentially travel to other parts of the body like the lungs, could cause serious complications such as pulmonary embolism. Moreover, varicose veins can lead to swelling and fluid retention in the legs and ankles, resulting in discomfort and limited mobility.
One of the world's leading phlebologist, also known as a vein doctor, has discovered the effectiveness of apigenin to treat varicose veins. This breakthrough in the field of phlebology has the potential to revolutionize the way varicose veins are treated.
Apigenin is a flavonoid found in specific plants, like chamomile. It has been shown to reduce inflammation and improve blood flow, which are “cause factors” in the development of varicose veins. With this new discovery, patients suffering from varicose veins found a new hope to be able to avoid more invasive treatments and find relief through the use of apigenin.
The anti-inflammatory qualities of apigenin are widely known for reducing swelling and discomfort caused by varicose veins. Additionally, it contains anticoagulant properties that can prevent blood clots from developing in the blocked passage of the veins. Together, these two advantages of apigenin enhance circulation and lessen blood pressure in the afflicted vessels. While the antioxidant qualities of apigenin help safeguard the blood vessels from harm brought by free radicals.
Another compound present in chamomile that is helpful for varicose veins is chamazulene. It is a powerful natural pain reliever for varicose veins because of its high anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Chamazulene prevents the inflammatory cytokines and enzymes that are important in the growth of varicose veins by blocking their production.
This world-renowned phlebologist has extracted apigenin from chamomile in its purest form by using the solvent extraction method. This is a significant development in phlebology, as apigenin will revolutionize the treatment of venous conditions, making it easier for patients to seek effective and reliable treatment. The phlebologist's groundbreaking research is bound to draw more attention from the medical community and he named his invention as Marronie™.
Figure: Solvent Extraction Method of Apigenin from Chamomile
Today, Marronie™ has become a trusted and recommended solution for varicose veins by phlebologists worldwide. Known for its effectiveness and safety, Marronie™ has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of varicose veins and relieve symptoms associated with the condition. Its unique formula is made with natural ingredients and is free from harmful chemicals, making it a safe alternative compared to traditional treatments for varicose veins. With its growing popularity among phlebologists and patients alike, Marronie™ has cemented its place as a go-to solution for varicose veins.
We decided to ask a volunteer to try Marronie™. Just a brief background, Isabella is a 34-year-old sales lady, and part of her job is to stand for 8 to 10 hours each day. Because of this, varicose veins started to appear on her calf. It worsened after she gave birth to her baby.
According to Isabella, she tried creams and massaging devices, but they didn’t work. She was also afraid to undergo painful and expensive medical treatments. Because Isabella couldn’t bear the pain of her varicose veins, she had to file an indefinite leave of absence at work. Knowing her story, we offered her a trial to experience Marronie™, and she gladly accepted.
When Isabella first used Marronie™, she felt palpitations and a tingling sensation on her calf. Also, the pain in her legs caused by varicose veins has been reduced. Isabella was happy because her main issue was the discomfort caused by the pulpy veins. She used to love trekking, but after the varicose veins developed, it became painful with each step. Now she finds hope to trek again after feeling that the discomfort had reduced during the first trial.
After almost two weeks of using Marronie™, Isabella’s legs were starting to improve in terms of their appearance. The worm-like bulge has faded, and only a partial vein emboss on the skin is visible. The discomfort and pain were minimal according to Isabella and she could do a quick jog every morning without feeling any kind of pain caused by her varicose veins.
Finally, in just three weeks, Isabella couldn’t express how happy she was to see her legs without the bulge of varicose veins after using Marronie™. Now she could trek even on steep forest trails in New Hampshire without the pain of varicose veins limiting her mobility with every step. Isabella said that she was prepared to go back to work the following day and called her employer, telling him that she was fit to work again.
"I used to suffer from painful and bulgy varicose veins that made me feel insecure and uncomfortable. I tried many creams and treatments, but nothing worked. Then after trying Marronie™, I noticed a huge difference in my legs after a week. It has truly transformed my life, and I can't recommend it enough to anyone struggling with varicose veins. Thank you, Marronie™, for restoring my confidence and helping me regain my freedom from pain and embarassment!”
- Isabella L., 34 from New Hampshire
Apigenin is truly a natural compound that has been scientifically proven to provide relief from pain and swelling. So, don't let varicose veins control how you should live your life any longer. You deserve to be happy and pain-free. Try the soothing experience of Marronie™ now.