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Peripheral Artery Disease

 Circulation ProblemsBasic Facts & Information

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common circulation problem in which arteries in the pelvis and legs become narrowed. This reduces blood flow to the muscles in the legs and causes pain with walking. As many as one in five people over the age of 65 have peripheral artery disease. The strongest risk factors for peripheral artery disease are smoking and diabetes.

In addition to pain and difficulty walking, peripheral artery disease can cause sores or ulcers on the legs and feet.  If not treated, the loss of blood flow can cause the underlying tissue to die, a condition called gangrene.  In serious cases, amputation may be required.

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Vericose Veins

Illustration of the anatomy of a vein, showing valves
Illustration of the circulation system of the legs

Please read the article on vericose veins by John Hopkins Hospital and consider using Vascutin to aid in the prevention of this disorder.


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Special Offer for Return Clients

If any previous client is willing to write a short testamonial for how Vascutin has benefitted them, we will provide free shipping on their next order.  Please email your testamonial to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  We will be posting them to the website but will not reveal any contact information from the client.  The sales team thanks you in advance.


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Sunny Days vs.Skin Damage

These beautiful sunny days are upon us and we should be able to enjoy them without fear of skin damage.  Even with the use of sunscreen it is still posssible to suffer some skin damage. Vascutin can help repair that damaged skin. The bioflavenoids (rutin & hesperidine) are powerful antioxidants that contain anit-inflammatory properties, helping to keep the walls of your veins strong. The vitamin C contained in Vascutin is needed to  manufacture two proteins called collagen and elastin. Both of these proteins help to keep the vein walls flexible and strong.The collagen helps repair the skin damage and the elastin keeps the skin more vibrant.  Vitamin C is very important if you bruise easily, vitamin C will help to improve the strength of your capillaries reducing the bruising damage.

So make you order for a bottle of Vascutin and break out the bikinis and speedos.  It's time for some fun in the sun!!!

Summer is Almost Here

Summer is coming quickly and trips to the pool and beach will be the order of the day.  Ensure your skin has that healthy look by starting a regimine of Vascutin.  In the article below you will see how the ingredients in Vascutin will contribute to healthly looking skin in addition to sound vasular health.


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One of the Main Components of Vascutin is Rutin

Rutin is a bioflavonoid found in buckwheat, black tea, citrus fruits, and apple peels. The name comes from the herb rue, but it is actually a complex sugar found in foods.  In the 1940s, it was called vitamin P, even though it’s not a vitamin.  One of its main health roles is to help the body utilize Vitamin C more efficiently, as well as help produce collagen (the skin’s main building blocks). Rutin has long history of medicinal use - in fact, as of 2013 there are over 130 registered therapeutic medicinal preparations containing rutin in their formulations.

One key benefit of rutin is its ability to strengthen the lining of the blood vessels throughout the body to reduce bleeding and prevent them from collapsing.  One way it accomplishes this is through oxerutins, which are a group of flavonoid chemicals derived from naturally occurring rutin and which have been used in European supplements since the 1960s for treating and preventing varicose veins and leg ulcers.  According to University of Maryland Medical Center, “A number of studies have shown that flavonoids that come from rutin relieve swelling, aching, and pain from varicose veins.”  Because rutin strengthens arteries and veins, it is also used to help treat hemorrhoids, internal bleeding, and to help prevent hemorrhagic strokes.

Recommended Practice for Taking Vascutin

Some questions have been asked about the amount of product to ingest for the best performance.  In order to get the premium performance from Vascutin you should begin by taking one (1) tablet three (3) times a day for a twenty one (21) day period. After the first 21 day period you should take 1 tablet twice a day for 21 days.  After the second 21 day period you can reduce to 1 tablet per day.

Gift Coupon During December

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Vascutin is offering a gift coupon till January 1st.  The value of the coupon is equal to the flat fee shipping charge ($5.00).  The coupon can be found in the shopping cart section during checkout.   The code for the coupon is CHRISTMAS.  Merry Christmas.

The Known Causes of Vascular Dementia

Vascular dementia results from conditions that damage your brain's blood vessels, reducing their ability to supply your brain with the amounts of nutrition and oxygen it needs to perform thought processes effectively.

Common conditions that may lead to vascular dementia include:

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Around the Planet Twice

If you laid out your blood vessels they would span the globe… twice! There is 100,000km (328,083,989 ft.) of them.

And if you gain 500gm (1 lb.) of fat your body grows an extra 11km (36,089 ft.) of blood vessels to maintain flow.

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Diabetic Neuropathy (Lower Leg & Foot Pain) - Pharmaceuticals or Vitamins?

When you are looking for relief from lower leg and foot pain please consider the differences in side effects with pharmaceuticals vs. vitamins

Common side effects of drugs to treat diabetic neuropathy include: infection, diplopia, drowsiness, tremor, peripheral edema, fatigue, constipation, weight gain, blurred vision, ataxia, dizziness, headache, visual field loss, xerostomia, and accidental injury.

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Do You Have Poor Circulation?

If your feet are painful after spending several hours in high heels or after wearing poor-fitting shoes for several hours, you’re probably not affected by a serious health condition, but if your feet and hands get swollen, puffy, painful and discolored frequently and for no apparent reason, poor circulation may be the culprit. Here are 5 symptoms that will help you spot this health problem. Vascutin will help to remedy all these symptoms by improving circulation and allowing the nutrients and oxygen to reach the affected areas.

Muscle cramps and painful legs

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Standing all day, whether work or at play, can do a real number on your feet, legs! Whether you’re cooking at a restaurant line, cutting hair in a salon, teaching in a classroom, or folding T-shirts at a clothing store, making an extra effort to take good care of your feet and legs can go a long way toward staying healthy and comfortable.The most commonly reported symptoms from extended periods of standing are discomfort, fatigue and swelling in the legs. Workers required to spend too much time on their feet are at greatly increased risk of pain and discomfort affecting feet, shins and calves. The most commonly reported symptoms from extended periods of standing are discomfort, fatigue and swelling in the legs.There are many debilitating and potentially very serious health concerns related to prolonged standing. Worsening of existing coronary heart disease, varicose veins and chronic venous insufficiency have been associated with prolonged standing, as has pain in the lower limbs and feet.Standing still also reduces blood flow to muscles and stops the “muscle pump” (regular muscle movements) that returns blood from the feet and legs to the heart. Other body fluids won’t move unless leg muscles contract. When blood or other fluids don’t move properly, veins get inflamed and feet, ankles and legs swell causing pain.Vascutin will improve blood flow allowing the nutrients and oxygen to reach the lower legs and feet and help alleviate the swelling and pain. Get your order in today.

Poor Circulation Signs

The symptoms of poor circulation can be alarming, but they are one way the body alerts you to a problem. Poor circulation is most often caused by peripheral artery disease (PAD), which is when the arteries become narrow and restrict the amount of blood flow to the arms, legs and extremities. Smoking, lack of exercise, and diabetes can increase the risk for PAD and poor circulation. Recognizing the symptoms of poor circulation allows early treatment and increases the chances of treating it easily.

Numbness and weakness in the legs are among the most common signs of poor circulation. It is more severe and more noticeable when standing for long periods of time or when standing in one position for a long period of time. Numbness might feel like pins and needles to some people, or it could be a lack of feeling in the skin and muscles.

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Diabetic Neuropathy

The most common cause of peripheral neuropathy is diabetes.High blood sugar levels causes damage to the walls of the tiny blood vessels that supply oxygen and nutrients to the nerves in the ends of the hands and feet, and the essential organs in the body (eyes, kidneys, heart).As a result, skin becomes damaged and the loss of sensation only makes the skin of the feet more prone to damage.In the US, diabetic neuropathy is the primary cause of diabetic foot problems and ulcers. Specific estimates vary, but overall about half of people with diabetes have diabetic neuropathy

Diabetes & Vascular Disease

Diabetic vascular disease is the hardening of arteries due to diabetes. Diabetes and vascular disease are linked in many ways. People with diabetes are prone to high cholesterol, high blood pressure and heart disease. Diabetic vascular disease can affect the eyes (retinopathy), kidneys (nephropathy) or nerves (neuropathy) as well as the arteries of the legs or braitn.

Vascutin helps prevent the onset of these diseases by helping to improve vascular health with it's all natural formuation of vitamins.

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Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a common but often overlooked condition in which a build-up of fatty deposits (atheroma) in the arteries restricts the blood supply to leg muscles. It is also known as peripheral vascular disease.

The most common symptom of PAD is painful cramping in the legs brought on by walking. Cramps usually then disappear after a few minutes of resting.

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Reasons Why You Bruise Easily

By Dr. Mercola

Any type of traumatic injury, such as a fall, can cause capillaries (small blood vessels) near your skin's surface to break and leak red blood cells. This causes the reddish-purple or "black and blue" appearance of bruises on your skin.

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Vascular Dementia Caused by Plaque on Arteries

Vascular dementia can be triggered by plaque build-up in brain arteries. This is called atherosclerosis, nicknamed "hardening of the arteries". See how atherosclerosis develops in this fascinating Mayo Clinic animation.

A Very Important Reason for Improving Your Vascular Health

After reading this post from "Alzheimers News" please consider using Vascutin to improve your vascular health.

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