Poor Circulation

Poor circulation will hamper the delivery of oxygenated blood to the body’s organs, hands, legs and tissues which can cause a wide range of problems such as increased sensitivity to temperature changes through to blocked arteries.

Our circulatory system often ages with us and so poor circulation and the problems that arise are often associated with middle aged and older people. The biggest concerns associated with include heart disease, deep vein thrombosis, Raynaud’s Syndrome and varicose veins.

There are many natural remedies for poor circulation which involve the use of herbs, vitamins and nutrients that work in varying ways to encourage healthy circulation in the body. Herbs and nutrients such as Horse Chestnut, Ginger and Pine Bark as well as vitamins such as vitamin E all work in the treatment of poor circulation.

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