Mr. Daniel Johnson, B.Sc.
Important: Natural Varicocele Treatment
Look guys, I don't want you to buy all of these supplements. I also don't want you to use all of these supplements at once. Don't over-commit to supplementation as a strategy for recovery. A more complete treatment program that includes lifestyle changes, varicocele underwear, physical therapy, and supplements works best. Moreover, over-supplementation can cause more harm than benefit. Be cautious, and revert to your physician if in doubt.
Again, here is what you're Not supposed to do:
We've helped treat hundreds of thousands of men with varicocele and supplements seem to have varying benefit for each person. Some of our clients fully recover with just supplements, which is a rare case. Usually, it takes more than just supplementation to recover.
Effective supplementation requires that you get the right supplements, avoid excessive supplementation, and follow it all up with the right diet. Also, test out different supplments, one might cause you negative side-effects, but another might greatly benefit you. Every body is different, so, be patient and take your time to find the treatment that works best for you.
Here is what you should do:
Benefits of varicocele supplements:
IMPORTANT: Supplements are less likely to be beneficial for you IF you do not take a complete treatment approach to recovery. Supplementation is just one tool for recovery. Use all of the best tools at your disposal and you will recovery fast.
Horse Chestnut: Horse chestnut seed extract (active ingredient aescin) is very effective at treating varicosities. It has vasculoprotective properties, is anti-inflammatory, and a strong antioxidant. It is great for strengthening venous connective tissue, and vein walls. As well, it helps tighten the tissue surrounding the veins, helping increase vascular tone.
Bioflavonoids (Grape Seed and Pine Bark): Bioflavonoid supplementation is effective for treatment of venous insufficiency (varicosities). Bioflavonoids are vasculoprotective (because of their anti-oxidant properties), reduce inflammation and pain, improve venous tone and elasticity, protect connective tissue structure, increase vascular permeability and function, and improve capillary strength and effectiveness. Furthermore, some evidence suggests that bioflavonoids slow the progression of varicocele from subclinical to palpable.
The most effective bioflavonoids are diosmin, oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes, and hesperidin. Grape seed and pine bark extract are high all of these bioflavonoids.
Butcher’s Broom: Butcher’s Broom has a long history of use in folk medicine for treatment of inflammation and varicosities. Now, scientific evidence also backs its efficacy. Butcher’s broom maintains venous tone, enhances venous emptying, and improves blood circulation. It also is effective for treating constipation and abnormal water retention. Overall, Butcher’s broom is effective for improving blood circulation and increasing blood vessel tightness and strength.
Gotu Kola: Gotu Kola is a plant supplement with a fair amount of scientific backing for its effectiveness at treating varicosities. It greatly enhances connective tissue integrity, elevates antioxidant levels in wound healing, and is generally good for vascular integrity.
Witch Hazel: Some evidence suggests that Witch Hazel may be beneficial for varicocele because it is anti-inflammatory, has anti-oxidant properties, and may help increase the contractility of veins.
Coenzyme Q10: Is a naturally occurring compound and antioxidant present in most human cells. Coenzyme Q10 helps improve sperm count, concentration, motility, and morphology. It also lowers FSH and LH levels, and improves the success rate of pregnancy and in vitro fertilization.
Coenzyme Q10 is found in fish, organ meats (heart, kidney, and liver), nuts, soybeans, grains, and vegetables (i.e., cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes, spinach, etc.)
Lycopene: Is a naturally occurring antioxidant with benefits for fertility. Infertile men have lower levels of lycopene than fertile men. Lycopene helps improve sperm count, concentration, motility, and morphology. Evidence also suggests that it helps improve pregnancy rates in those with sperm count of at least 5 million/mL.
Lycopene is found in tomatoes and other red fruits such as watermelon, grapefruit, red carrots, gac, and papaya. Food that is not red may also contain lycopene, such as asparagus and parsley.
Varico Health Kit: Dietary Supplement
The Varico Health Kit is the dietary supplement that we formulated at Varicocele Healing based on science and client results. It is the-best herbal supplement kit for varicocele treatment. Moreover, it is:
Yes, results do vary, but many of our clients have attained great benefit from adding the Varico Health Kit to their varicocele natural treatment program.
Really, the way I see it is: Use all of the best tools at your disposal for varicocele healing, and you'll get great results. Start Now!
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