Vitamin A Intake of 25,000 IU, for skin integrity and to promote ulcer healing.

B-complex to help maintain strong blood vessels.

Beta-carotene This antioxidant is a healing nutrient.

Bromelain This nutrient aids in activating a factor that promotes the breakdown of fibrin and help prevent blood clots.

Vitamin C and bioflavonoids to aid circulation, promote healing of sores, and strengthen vein walls.

Calcium A calcium supplement will help stimulate the venous system.

Lecithin Take one tablespoon of granules (or two capsules) daily to emulsify fats and aid circulation.

Magnesium To relax the arteries and muscles in the legs.

Tissue salts Take two tablets of 6X Calcium Fluoride, mornings and evenings, to improve elasticity of blood vessel walls.

Vitamin E Take 300 to 800 IU, in gradually increased doses, to promote and improve circulation. Vitamin E may also relieve calf pain due to narrowing of the arteries.

Vitamin K cream will help strengthen the capillaries.

Zinc Take 50 mg. daily, to assist with healing and collagen formation.

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