This homeopathic treatment addresses a health problem which is not only common, but often embarrassing for the sufferers. Venapro claims to help in relieving the symptoms of hemorrhoids, a condition that bothers at least half of the population at one point in life. But given the nature of the affection, this blend of natural ingredients might be just as effective as a medical treatment and a less invasive alternative to surgical interventions.
What is Venapro?
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A two-step treatment, Venapro consists of a liquid remedy that applies under the tongue and a supplement in capsule form, both of which have to be used daily as they fight hemorrhoids on different fronts. The liquid is supposed to be sprayed under the tongue, an area which will allow the ingredients to be delivered right into the bloodstream and offer immediate relief, while the supplement will help in improving the health of the colon along with treating the underlying causes of hemorrhoids. The supplement also contains active ingredients that act directly over the inflamed area, but the health of the colon is just as important in fixing the problem along with preventing it from recurring in the future. Venapro is supposed to work both as a treatment and a preventive measure for those who are prone to developing hemorrhoids, as stated both by the company and the customers who have used it successfully.
Does Venapro Really Work?
Venapro does work, as witnessed by many of the users, but it won’t help all sufferers. This doesn’t mean that the treatment is less effective than expected, because the official website does state that the results will vary and it’s very obvious that not all users will see positive changes. This is not unusual for a natural treatment, and given the issue that this particular supplement addresses, it can easily be considered as highly effective. Many medical treatments have either similar or less satisfactory results, as we don’t yet have a definite cure that heals hemorrhoids and prevents them from appearing again.
But the majority of Venapro users claim that the products have worked well in their cases, especially when used together as directed. Some have seen positive changes in a matter of minutes or hours, while others have only started to see the benefits of the treatment after a few weeks or even months. Venapro helps by relieving pain, reducing bleeding, and in some cases decreasing the size of hemorrhoids to a point where the inflammation is healed completely. But it seems like the key in using Venapro successfully is patience, as it’s hard to tell when exactly it will start to work for a specific person. The official website claims that the first benefits should be observed after around 5 days, and while that’s the case for a number of users, the statement might deter some clients from experimenting with the treatment for longer periods of time. A number of customers claim that Venapro doesn’t work at all, and while that might be true in some cases, this problem might also be caused by giving up the treatment too easily. And it should be kept in mind that the affection itself is rather unpredictable as it never has one single cause and can manifest in different ways, so treating it rarely works as expected.
What causes the condition?
The official website does a good job at offering information about the affection itself and what can be done to prevent it at least to some degree, but no one can really be sure that they’ll never develop hemorrhoids, no matter how healthy is their lifestyle and how many precautions they take. Hemorrhoids are not caused by pathogens or any other external factor and pressure on specific areas is enough to trigger the condition, as no matter where or how they manifest, in the end they’re only inflamed veins. Either if they’re located inside the rectum or on the anus, they’re the result of increased pressure caused by constipation, diarrhea, difficult bowel movements, or just pregnancy as the uterus presses against all other organs.
Many people have hemorrhoids without even knowing it, because those which are located inside the body don’t cause pain or any type of discomfort and only manifest through bleeding, if any. But the inflamed veins can also become prolapsed, in which case they’ll be very obvious to the sufferer and cause them pain during bowel movements. If prolapsed hemorrhoids are not very inflamed the symptoms can be reduced simply by pushing them back, but while this might relieve the pain, there’s still potential for infection. This is why hemorrhoids should always be treated as soon as they’re discovered, and even if bleeding is an obvious sign of an inflamed vein, a diagnostic received form a medical professional is always mandatory. Bleeding can also be a sign of other affections, especially if it doesn’t stop quickly. Hemorrhoids don’t cause serious blood losses, so people who are dealing with this particular symptom should seek immediate help. Also, hemorrhoids don’t cause abdominal pain, so in this cases the problem is always caused by other disorders.
But the external hemorrhoids are always the most bothering, as they cause pain, bleeding, itching, and possibly the constant sensation of having to go to the bathroom. It seems like Venapro addresses exactly this type of inflamed veins, as they’re located under the skin of the anus and the sufferers can’t receive relief by pushing them back and might have to deal with pain during simple tasks like sitting or walking. And if a blood clot develops inside the inflamed vein, the pain becomes even harder to bear. Unfortunately, while many ointments are able to relive the pain and the other symptoms, few treatment can actually make the hemorrhoids recede. The inflamed veins can only return to normal if the pressure decreases, which means a perfectly balanced digestive system. Increasing the amount of water ingested will help most sufferers, and so will including more fiber in their diets. But those who struggle with digestive disorders that are not caused by their diets might not find relief naturally, and this is where treatments like Venapro become almost mandatory, because while in most cases hemorrhoids don’t pose a serious threat and tend to disappear on their own, some sufferers have to deal with painful symptoms for very extended periods of time.
What are the ingredients in Venapro?
Given that this treatment includes two different products, each of them has distinct qualities that are supposed to contribute to relieving specific symptoms of hemorrhoids. The liquid contains horse chestnut, Arnica montana, fluoride of lime, St. Mary’s thistle, stone root, witch hazel, muriatic acid, Krameria mapato, alcohol and water. The label of the product is available for viewing on the website and the company gives a lot of information on all the ingredients, so all potential customers know exactly what the treatment implies. The liquid is bottled in 30 ml spray containers and it’s manufactured in USA, and so is the supplement, for which the label is also displayed on the website. This product is packed in bottles containing 60 capsules, and each of them includes L-arginine hydrochloride, horse chestnut, avena sativa, plantain, Cascara sagrada, bilberry, butcher’s broom, mullein, cayenne and red sage, along with a number of vitamins and minerals, preservatives, gelatin and water. After a first look at these ingredients, it’s obvious that the liquid medicine has a truly homeopathic approach while the supplement is what can be considered a natural aid. And while a distinction between the two might seem unnecessary, each of them functions based on very different principles. A homeopathic remedy always includes substances that are normally considered harmful but in very diluted forms, as this entire medical system is based on the belief that a disease which has symptoms that look like they might have been causes by a specific substance can also be cured by the same compound, if it’s diluted enough to become absolutely harmless. But while the amount might not be harmful, allergies are always a risk. Natural supplement on the other hand are almost always harmless, and while they still have some potential for allergies and unwanted reactions, most of them have been used in traditional medicine all around the world for hundreds or thousands of years, and are often part of the human diet even if in less concentrated forms. But both homeopathy and natural medicine generate good results in many cases, even if the ingredients commonly included in the remedies are not usually backed by mainstream science. And while homeopathic treatments in particular are supported by very little proof, they’re recommended by medical professionals more often than natural supplements, which is why we’ll have a look at each of the ingredients included in Venapro starting with the liquid.
- Horse chestnut is the first ingredient listed on the label of the Venapro spray, and this plant has been traditionally used for the treatment of affections like varicose veins and hemorrhoids as it contains substances that help in thinning the blood. It also contains a toxin that can cause death, but that shouldn’t be a reason for concern as it’s only harmful when eaten raw, which is not the case for Venapro and other remedies that include it. Horse chestnut is also used in the treatment of digestive disorders, but it’s ability to improve poor circulation is the only one that’s actually backed by science, at least when it comes to varicose veins. And while we don’t yet have proof that in can also help in hemorrhoids, the plant does look very promising and is most likely very useful in this particular blend.
- Arnica montana is even more toxic than horse chestnut, and this is why it’s only ingested when included in homeopathic treatments. This plant has been used for a long time as a treatment for bruises, pains and other conditions by being applied directly on the skin, even if it can cause allergies. But scientific studies do show it as able to relive the pain caused by arthritis, so it might be some truth to these beliefs. Fluoride of lime on the other hand is a only used in homeopathy, and no scientific studies back any of it’s qualities. This substance is supposed to be helpful in the treatment of a large number of conditions, but most commonly those caused by bad circulation. This includes all the affections that manifest through inflamed veins, so it should provide some relief to those who suffer from hemorrhoids.
- But the next ingredient is used in both homeopathy and traditional medicine, although not in the same way. St. Mary’s thistle (milk thistle) has been traditionally used in the treatment of a number of diseases, most commonly for those associated with the liver, but scientific studies seem to prove it as helpful in diabetes, allergies and other health issues that don’t seem like could be caused by a dysfunctional liver. Homeopathy on the other hand believes St. Mary’s thistle to be effective in treating inflamed veins and other affection of the rectum, and while there’s no proof for these claim, we do know that the plant can be helpful in some health issues, so there’s a chance that it might actually relieve the symptoms of hemorrhoids. Stone root is also used by both medical systems, but again, in different manners. Why homeopathy uses it in the treatment of digestive tract disorders, which include those that affect the rectum, traditional medicine includes this plant in the treatment of urinary tract infections. At the moment we don’t have scientific proof for any of these uses, but that’s not the case for the next ingredient.
- Witch hazel is used as a treatment for a number of affections, but especially skin disorders as it seems able to relieve pain, inflammation, itching and even bleeding. This is because the plant contains tannins, chemicals that promote the healing of the skin. It’s included in beauty products but also used in the treatment of hemorrhoids, and scientific studies actually prove it as effective when applied locally. Homeopathy, traditional medicine and mainstream science seem to all agree on the qualities of witch hazel, so this plant should be one of the most effective ingredients of Venapro.
- But muriatic acid is a strictly homeopathic treatment, as it’s a highly corrosive substance that can only be included in natural remedies in very small amounts. It’s used in the treatment of many disorders, and especially in those caused by bad circulation, including hemorrhoids. Of course, there’s no proof for these claims, as it’s the case with all dangerous substances used solely in homeopathy. And the last ingredient is also not backed by science, even if it’s a harmless plant used by both homeopathy and traditional medicine. Krameria mapato is commonly used for intestinal inflammation but also in skin conditions, as it contains tannins, substances known to reduce swelling and fight bacteria. Homeopathy uses it in similar health problems but also for hemorrhoids, as it’s believed to help in relieving all their symptoms.
These are all the ingredients found in the liquid Venapro remedy, and it’s easy to see why it’s effective in most cases. From a homeopathic perspective, all these compounds should be able to help in relieving the symptoms of hemorrhoids, as none of them seems to have been included as a secondary aid. These substances appear to have been chosen for their ability to act over the affection itself and there’s no wonder that some users of Venapro see instant results, although the supplement might be just as helpful.
The only substances that that liquid remedy and the capsules have in common are horse chestnut (which we’ve already discussed) and water, as it seems like the supplement is designed to not only improve circulation but also promote a healthier digestive tract. Along with the ingredients that decrease blood pressure, this product also contains substances that aid in digestion by relieving constipation or diarrhea and keeping the balance of the intestinal flora.
- The first ingredients is L-arginine, which is an amino acid, a building block for proteins that is obtained mostly from food. But along with being used by the body in creating proteins, this substance is also converted into nitric oxide, a chemical that dilates blood vessels and helps in improving blood flow. Traditional medicine uses it in the treatment of a number of affections, most of them caused by bad circulation, although it’s also used in the treatment of diabetes and other diseases that manifest through increased blood pressure. And scientific studies actually show it as able to decrease blood pressure, so it can certainly help in decreasing the size of hemorrhoids.
- Then we have avena sativa, commonly known as oat. This plant is known to be very healthy, as it’s high soluble fiber content helps in decreasing cholesterol and blood pressure. This is why it’s very helpful in heart disease and diabetes, and medical professionals actually recommend it’s consumption. But it can also help in hemorrhoids, and in more than one way. Increasing the amount of fiber is usually the first step in healing hemorrhoids, and it promotes a healthier digestion. Soluble fiber can’t be digested but as it decomposes in the stomach it absorbs water, which in turn makes stool much easier to pass and relives the pressure on the inflamed veins. And soluble fiber also serves as food for probiotics, the helpful bacteria that not only helps in digestion but also fights the pathogens found in the digestive system and other areas of the body.
- But the next ingredient seems able to act over the inflamed veins directly, as it contains substances that decrease inflammation and kill harmful bacteria. Plantain is commonly used for bladder infections but also hemorrhoids, although it’s benefits in these affections have not yet been proven through studies. It’s a good addition to Venapro nonetheless, as it’s ability to decrease inflammation alone is enough for it to provide relief. Cascara sagrada on the other hand acts directly over the digestive system, and it’s so effective that it’s not approved by the FDA as an ingredient in medication. It’s a powerful laxative that is only sold in supplements (because supplements don’t require FDA approval), and in small amounts it should be both safe and helpful for those who suffer from hemorrhoids. Constipation and hard stools are some of the most common causes for this affection, so this one plant might be one of the most helpful ingredients in Venapro.
- Another ingredient that should improve blood flow is bilberry, although it also seems able to aid in digestion. This plant is used in the treatment of a number of disorders that affect blood vessels, and it’s actually proven to be effective. We don’t yet know what it can really do for digestion, but it’s ability to lower blood pressure is enough to make it a good addition to Venapro. The next ingredient is also able to help in blood flow issues, although not in the same manner. Butcher’s broom constricts blood vessels instead of dilating them, which might seem like it can worsen hemorrhoids but it’s actually helpful in this affection since the constriction is not caused by external pressure or cholesterol. This plant is scientifically proven as effective in relieving circulatory problems and their symptoms, so it will surely help those affected by hemorrhoids.
- Mullein on the other hand is most commonly used for the treatment of the common cold and other conditions that affect the respiratory system, as it seems able to fight viruses and bacteria. It’s also used for skin conditions, including hemorrhoids, although it’s not yet known if it can actually help in this area. Some even use it for diarrhea, so if it really is effective it can help in relieving the symptoms of hemorrhoids even better than other ingredients.
- But cayenne can surely help, as the capsaicin contained in it is scientifically proven as able to relieve pain. This plant is used for a large variety of affections, including high blood pressure and digestive disorders, and while hemorrhoids are not on the list, it’s very obvious that it can provide considerable relief if it really does work as expected. And even if it doesn’t, we know that it can at least help with the pain, which is enough for it to be a one of the most helpful ingredients in Venapro.
- And lastly we have red sage, a plant that is commonly used for circulation problems as it’s able to dilate blood vessels. It’s also used for skin conditions as it’s believed that it can help in healing wounds, but no scientific studies prove this ability yet. Still, it’s blood thinning quality is very useful useful for those who suffer from hemorrhoids.
It’s obvious that this product has a more traditional approach to healing hemorrhoids, and it would easily receive attention even from those who don’t consider homeopathy a valid field of study. All the ingredients included in the Venapro capsules have been used in traditional medicine and are not known as able to cause serious adverse reactions, even if no substance can truly be considered harmless for all users.
Is Venapro Safe?
While the liquid remedy might seem somewhat more dangerous than the supplement, it doesn’t really pose any threat for health as the toxic substances are very diluted and unable to cause harm. But some of them are able to cause allergies, so no matter how small the amounts, a user who has never tried them before might experience unwanted effects. Also, almost all of them will interact with medication, so those who are under treatment for any kind of affection, including hemorrhoids, should be very careful with the product. The official website of Venapro recommends for pregnant women and children under 12 to only use the spray with a doctor’s approval, although we would advise for these groups of potential users to avoid it completely because both pregnant women and young children are too sensitive to be subjected to homeopathic treatments. It doesn’t matter how harmless the diluted substances are for healthy adults, the risks are just not worth it in these cases. And precautions must also be taken when administering the product to children over 12, because the liquid Venapro does contain 20% alcohol. This might also make it unfit for adults who are not allowed or do not want to consume alcohol, so this detail should be kept in mind by potential users. But that’s not a problem with the supplement, which not only does not contain alcohol but is generally much more mild than the liquid remedy. It doesn’t contain any toxic substances either, which means that even pregnant women and younger children could use it with a doctor’s approval.
Still, seeing a doctor is mandatory for all potential users who haven’t yet received a proper diagnostic from a professional. Venapro should only be used by those who know exactly what their condition is, because many dangerous affections manifest through symptoms similar to hemorrhoids. And those who have received a proper diagnostic but are under treatment for other conditions should also discuss the products with their doctors, because as we’ve already mentioned, almost all the ingredients interact with medication and could pose a serious threat when combined with specific substances. Those prone to allergies should also see their doctors, and so should those who experience any type of unwanted reactions when using Venapro. Neither of the products is known to cause side effects, so unusual symptoms should be immediately analyzed by a professional.
What Are The benefits Of Venapro?
Judging by the ingredients, and more important by the user reviews, these two products really have the potential of being very helpful. Some people have used Venapro as a last alternative after all medical treatments have failed, and it provided amazing results. Unfortunately that’s not always the case, and the effects vary largely among users. But the treatment is still a very good option, because in most cases it will manage to address at least some of the symptoms of hemorrhoids. Depending on the user, it might even mange to return the affected area to it’s initial healthy condition, so anyone struggling with hemorrhoids should give it a try, of course only if their health status allows it.
Also, Venapro is manufactured by a company that is known for their quality products, although it wouldn’t look like it at first glance since this treatment doesn’t seem to be accompanied by any other products and appears be the only release of it’s company. On top of that, on the official website it’s stated that the company behind the product is Pacific Naturals while the label displays a different name entirely, but it should be known that both names refer to the same company that is based in Cyprus and has a long experience in manufacturing both homeopathic and natural treatments. The reason why none of their products is easy to associate with the others is because each of them is available on a different website, as not only do they approach very different health problems, but come with various deals and offers. This unusual marketing technique is not the best choice as could easily confuse the potential users, but that doesn’t change the fact that the products are well made and very helpful in most cases.
Why Choose Venapro?
The product is effective and doesn’t seem to generate side effects, which makes it a good alternative to medical treatments. It relieves the symptoms of hemorrhoids but also works as a preventive measure, so it can also be used by those who are prone to developing them even if they’re not currently affected. Venapro also comes at a decent price, and can be ordered from whatever area the client might be located as the company delivers worldwide. And the manufacturer is not only known for quality products, but also for good customer service. Different phone numbers are available for assistance in any issues related to orders and returns, and the customers are generally impressed by their interaction with the representatives.
Where To Buy Venapro?
At this time, you can buy Venapro on it’s official website and Amazon, but we would only recommend the former. This is because the company clearly states that the product is not allowed to be sold on websites like Amazon, so we can’t be sure that the product available for sale there is actually genuine. But when it comes to the official website, one package containing one month’s supply of Venapro (the liquid remedy and the supplement) is available for $39.95 plus $6.95 in shipping and handling. And this shipping fee only applies for the standard delivery, because rush delivery is available for $9.96. But ordering only one bottle might not be the best option, because it signs the clients up for an auto-delivery program that will have them receiving a new package every month for the price of $49.95 unless they cancel in the first 16 days after receiving the order. And while it’s stated that the customer can cancel the subscription anytime, larger packages still seem like the better option since they come with discounts. A package containing 3 month’s supply is available for $79.90 and free standard delivery, while 5 month’s supply is available for only $119.85 and also comes with free delivery, although in both cases rush delivery will be charged $6.95. There’s no risk involved in ordering larger packages either, because all orders have a 90 day money back guarantee that applies for unopened products. Unsatisfied customers can send back the unused products, and even if there’s a $10 restocking fee for every item, this option is still more pocket friendly than the auto-delivery program. But given that many users have to wait a while before experiencing the full effects of Venapro it would be better for new clients to test it for an extended period of time, so sending it back shouldn’t really be an option, at least not for a first order.