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PROVAZA is a vascular protector and a venotonic agent that stimulates venous bloodstream. It also has a venous analgesic effect (or vasodilator), i.e. it dilates the veins and allows better blood circulation. PROVAZA can be used for the symptomatic treatment of heavy legs, pain, restlessness and other disorders that may be related to venous or lymphatic circulation and even for hemorrhoidal crisis.
Oedema usually occurs first by weight gain followed by heavy and swollen legs. Women are the most affected. The lower limb oedema makes walking difficult. However, simple gestures and treatments as well as taking some natural supplements can help solve this problem.
Approved by Health Canada. NPN: 80042363
Recommended Dose: 1 tablet 2 times daily
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- Ginkgo biloba (24/6 extract) :15 mg
- Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid): 50 mg
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