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For Varicose Veins

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Know what varicose veins are...


Varicosity is the “penalty against gravity”.  This saying is very apt as this is a penalty we pay for adoption of the erect posture. This disease is associated with those occupations that involve standing upright for long durations. The varicose vein and their associated symptoms and complications constitute the most common vascular disorder of the lower extremities. Varicose veins of the lower limb are a common problem. The prevalence has been variously reported from as little as 2% to over 20%. Western studies have shown that 20% population suffers from varicose vein and 1% has skin changes proceeding to venous ulceration.

In India incidence of varicose veins seems to be far less common because in India most patients present late with complications of varicose veins such as pain, edema, pigmentation and ulceration. Varicose veins do not threaten life and are seldom disabling, but it causes a considerable demand on medical care. It is the cause of morbidity and loss of precious work hours and a significant financial burden on the health-care system.

Causes Of Varicose Vein

Varicose veins are mainly caused by weakened valves and veins (walls become stretched and less flexible) in the legs.

Weakened Valves & Veins

Varicose veins are mainly caused by weakened valves and veins (walls become stretched and less flexible) in the legs. Normally, one-way valves in the veins keep the blood flowing from the legs up towards the heart. When these valves do not work as they should, blood collects in the legs, and pressure builds up. This causes the veins to become weak, large, and twisted.

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Excessive Pressure on Legs

Any condition that puts excessive pressure on the legs or abdomen can cause varicose veins, such as standing for long periods of time

Hormonal Fluctuations

Hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy and menopause can also cause varicose veins in females.

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Obesity & Sedentary Lifestyle

Regularly sitting for long periods leads to poor circulation in your legs. When you sit your veins must work harder to move blood to your heart. This can lead to swelling in your ankles, varicose veins, and even blood clots, also known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Sitting with your legs crossed or bent can be worse.


The risk of varicose veins increases with age. Aging causes wear and tear on the valves in your veins that help regulate blood flow. Eventually, that wear causes the valves to allow some blood to flow back into your veins where it collects instead of flowing up to your heart.


Other Causes

Some of the other reasons for varicose veins are give below

  • Heavy lifting or excessive physical activity that puts pressure on the legs

  • Chronic Constipation

  • Tumors

  • Dietary Deficiencies

  • Loss of Skin elasticity

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For Varicose Veins

The best solution for  Varicose Veins

Priority Herbals has developed a complete solution for Varicose Veins ‘VARICONO’ which helps to get relief from the pain and discomfort caused due to Varicose Veins. Varicose Veins is a condition which requires treatment both internally and externally. Varicono comprises of a perfect combination of herbs in the form of capsules and oil, which provides both internal correction of the problem providing strength to the Veins, improving blood circulation and preventing pooling of blood in lower limbs, while external application of oil helps reduce pain, swelling and discomfort.


About the Product


VARICONO has been scientifically designed to take care of varicose veins and chronic vein insufficiency. Varicono kit contains a bottle of 60 capsules alongwith 50ml oil for external application. Varicono capsules contain high quality standardized extracts of Brahmi, Ginger, Guduchi, etc.

Varicono oil is a proper blend of essential oils, which promotes blood flow and circulation, reduces pain and inflammation, helps to improve tone & elasticity of the veins and helps to prevent a build-up of blood in the veins.


Benefits of Herbal Ingredients 

  • Strengthen the Veins of Lower Limbs: Provides the mandatory proteins and vitamins needed for the appropriate toning of the veins of the lower limbs and also helps to make them less tortuous

  • Helps Blood Vessels Function Better

  • Provides Relaxation to Legs and ankles

  • Improves Blood Circulation: Herbs like Ginger and Brahmi improve the blood circulation so that the impure or deoxygenated blood does not accumulate and worsen the condition of Varicose Veins

  • Helps Venous Return: Facilitates the return of the blood to the upper body and thereby avoids blood pooling in lower areas of the body

  • Relieves Aches, Cramps and Edema: Helps reduce pain and swelling in legs, relieves cramps, reduces sensation of heaviness in legs and helps in stopping the formation of ulcers in legs

  • Helps in Complications of Varicose Veins: Helps control different complications of Varicose veins. The herbs help this condition by reducing blood clotting tendencies and promoting healing. They also help stop the formation of ulcers and helps in Chronic venous insufficiency. 


  • How much Hairfall is of concern and requires treatment?
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  • What are the reasons for excessive hairfall?
    Excessive hair fall can be the result of one or a combination of the below mentioned reasons: Family history (heredity) The most common cause of hair loss is a hereditary condition called androgenic alopecia. In men, it’s called male pattern hair loss and in women it’s called female pattern hair loss. It usually occurs gradually and in predictable patterns - a receding hairline and bald spots in men and thinning hair or widening part in women. It is due to the effect of testosterone metabolites (DHT) in genetically susceptible hair follicles. Hormonal changes Hormonal changes caused due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, PCOD or thyroid problems can cause permanent or temporary hair loss. Stopping some types of birth control pills can also cause a temporary hormonal imbalance. Medical conditions Medical conditions include Alopecia areata (immune system related condition which causes patchy hair loss), Scalp infections (such as ringworm or scalp psoriasis) and Trichotillomania (a hair-pulling disorder). Sexually transmitted infection (STI) like Syphilis can also lead to hair loss. Left untreated, syphilis can cause patchy hair loss on the scalp, eyebrows, beard, and elsewhere. Nutritional Deficiencies Vitamin deficiencies (particularly B, C, D and E) or too little biotin, iron, protein, or zinc can lead to hair loss. Medications Hair loss can be a side effect of certain drugs, such as those used for cancer (both chemotherapy and radiotherapy), arthritis, depression, heart problems and high blood pressure. Stress Any kind of physical trauma (surgery, accident or a severe illness) can cause temporary hair loss. This can also happen after a stressful time in your life, such as a divorce, death of a loved one or financial crisis. Stress can affect the blood supply to the hair follicles thereby reducing the nutrition required for hair strength and growth. Dramatic weight loss Sudden weight loss is a form of physical trauma that can result in hair fall. It may be possible that the weight loss itself is adding stress to your body or that diet restrictions which are part of weight loss program are resulting in vitamin or mineral deficiencies. Loss of hair along with noticeable weight loss may also be a sign of an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia. Hairstyles and treatments Excessive hairstyling or hairstyles that pull your hair tight can cause a type of hair loss called traction alopecia. Hot-oil hair treatments, permanents, bleaching, dyeing, straightening, curling etc. also cause damage to the hair. Before starting any treatment what are the important things to know? Before starting any treatment, you need to try to identify the reason for your hair fall. You need to understand if it can be treated by simple steps at home like proper diet/nutrition, proper hair care and reducing stress levels, or does it require medical treatment.
  • How do I know why am I losing hair?
    Medical health screening is required to understand the reason for hairfall. It includes following blood tests for, Complete blood count (CBC) Iron level Vitamin B Vitamin D3 Thyroid function tests Biopsy of the scalp In addition to the above, a female need to know if she got any of the Hormonal problems like, Irregular menstrual cycles PCOD Menopause. Females suffering from these problems tend to face hairloss issues. You may also need to identify if you are going through any of the below: Stressful situations Any rigorous weight loss program Simply habitual to pulling out hair
  • What are the therapies that I should look for?
    After identifying the cause/causes for hairfall you need to first try to treat the root cause. If you have a deficiency of Iron (or haemoglobin) you should take tonics containing iron (referred to as hematinics) If you have a hormonal issue take natural or herbal supplements to correct hormonal imbalances (allopathic medicines pose risks of cancer on prolonged use) If it is due to stress de-stress yourself or take anti-stress medicines. To treat androgenic or genetic alopecia, reduce DHT levels with Flaxseed, Green tea, Amla, Grape seed and other natural remedies (the most commonly available allopathic medicines are reported with several drawbacks such as allergic contact dermatitis, scalp irritation, burning, unwanted hair growth, ejaculation disorder, and decreased libido) Alongwith these remedies use Hair growth supplements or Oils to accelerate hair growth to regain hair at a faster pace. You need to understand that it takes almost 2 -6 months minimum to show desired results with any form of treatment.
  • What are the different herbs and oils that are good for hair?
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  • What are the Do’s and Don’ts for reducing hairfall?
    Do’s Have a nutritious protein rich diet Massage your scalp and hair with oil on a routine basis Keep scalp sweat-free Treat itchy scalp on time Treat dietary deficiencies Treat health conditions like thyroid issues, anemia, hormonal imbalances, etc. Don’ts Avoid harsh chemicals on hair and scalp (shampoos, colorants, etc.) Reduce alcohol intake Avoid smoking Reduce stress Avoid brushing wet hair Avoid constant heating and drying of hair Avoid frequent hair coloring and hair styling Prevent traction alopecia Avoid medications which cause hairfall
  • How does Priority Herbal’s STOPFALL OIL work?
    Priority Herbal’s STOPFALL OIL has been scientifically designed using selected herbs and essential oils which act in multiple ways to reduce or prevent hairfall and promote new hair growth. The product contains best quality herbs like Bhringraj, Brahmi, Grape seed, Jatamansi, Methi, Tulsi, Hibiscus, Neem and Amla. It also contains oils like cedarwood, sandalwood and almond. The base oil comprises of a mixture of coconut and sesame oil. The overall effects of the ingredients are mentioned below: Helps Reduce Hairfall: Herbs like Hibiscus, Tulsi, Amla, Almond & Cedarwood oil are known to reduce hairfall and strenghthen hair roots Helps Increase Blood Circulation: Helps increase blood circulation to the hair follicles thereby providing strength and nutrition to the hair Helps Protect the Scalp: Due to the anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antioxidant activities of its constituent herbs it helps protect the scalp against infections and dandruff Protects Hair Follicles: Protects the integrity of hair follicle cells from oxidative damage, giving hair strands a longer lifespan before falling off. This is due to the presence of antioxidants like Grape seed extract and Amla. Provides Nourishment: Coconut oil, Almond oil, Sesame oil, Hibiscus and Amla help provide nourishment to the hair and scalp thus promoting hair strength, growth and hair quality. It also helps increase hair elasticity and prevent hair from drying and turning brittle, thickens the hair strands, prevents dryness and dandruff, improves scalp health and accelerates hair growth. Reduces stress: Jatamansi and Brahmi help reduce stress levels. Stress is both the cause and result of hairfall. So reducing stress helps reduce hairfall. Helps Reduce Dandruff: Neem and Sandalwood oil help reduce dandruff and itching. Helps Reduce Hair Greying: Herbs like Methi and Bhringraj help reduce greying of hair.
  • How long does it take for Stopfall oil to show its results?
    It takes almost 2-3 months for the product to show the desired results. If a person does not have any health issues which may trigger hairfall or if the condition has been treated the product may start showing results in 1-2 months itself.
  • How to use STOPFALL OIL?
    Apply 3-5ml of Stopfall oil on the scalp and along the length of hair at night. Give a gentle massage with finger tips and keep it overnight. Wash in the morning using mild shampoos.
  • For how long can I use this product?
    The product can be used for long period safely as it is 100% natural and made from best quality herbs.
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