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What is Raynaud's Disease?
Raynaud's disease is a condition of the circulation that affects blood supply to the skin and causes the extremities of the body to lose feeling and become numb. The symptoms of Raynaud's are most commonly associated with cold and stress and sufferers of this condition will find their toes and fingers feel very cold or even lose sensation in response to a stressful situation or exposure to cold.
People with Raynaud's disease may also notice their skin changing color to pale and then to blue when they are cold or stressed - particularly the fingers. They may feel a prickly numbness when cold or stressed and sometimes a stinging pain with throbbing and redness when they begin to relax or warm up as blood returns to the extremities.
Though not completely understood, Raynaud's seems to be caused by an overreaction of blood vessels in the extremities to temperature and stress. In normal physiology, when a person's body is exposed to cold the blood vessels in the extremities become narrowed and slow down blood supply to the fingers and toes.
This is to prevent excessive heat loss from these areas and preserve the body's core temperature. Similarly, in times of stress the evolutionary flight or fight response is triggered and blood flow to the fingers and toes is reduced as the body tries to conserve blood for the vital organs and muscles. In people with Raynaud's these responses are exaggerated - causing troublesome symptoms. The reduced blood flow leaves the extremities looking pale or even blue and cold as no warm blood reaches these areas.
What causes Raynaud's?
Some people have Raynaud's as a complication of an underlying disorder (Secondary Raynaud's) though more commonly this disease appears independently and on its own and is known as Primary Raynaud's. In Primary Raynaud's the cause of the condition remains unknown.
Conditions that may cause Secondary Raynaud's include Scleroderma, a condition that causes hardening of connective tissue, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and other diseases that affect the arteries including atherosclerosis. Smoking, beta blockers, certain Chemotherapy agents and some OTC cold and flu medications can also predispose an individual to Raynaud's.
Certain factors may also increase an individual's risk of having Primary Raynaud's. Women are generally more commonly affected as are people who live in cold places and those who suffer from chronic stress.
Complications of Raynaud's are fairly rare and the day-to-day discomfort and inconvenience is the most common complaint amongst sufferers of this condition. In severe cases though, blood supply to the fingers and toes could diminish on a long-term basis causing poor healing of sores, development of ulcers and, in the worst cases, gangrene and amputation. It is important to seek medical assistance immediately if you suffer from Raynaud's and develop an ulcer or infection on one of any of your fingers or toes.
How is Raynaud's usually treated?
Conventional treatment of Raynaud's will include treatment of the underlying condition (in Secondary Raynaud's) as well as medications
to reduce the frequency of attacks and prevent tissue damage. These medications work mostly on the principle of dilating the blood vessels in order to prevent the symptoms of Raynaud's. In severe cases surgery on the nerves
in the hands and feet may be performed.
What is Circu-Live Formula?
Circu-Live is a 100% safe and effective natural remedy for improving circulation and treating Raynaudís Disease.
What are the Ingredients?
Circu-Live contains the following herbal ingredients:
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- Ginkgo biloba is an extremely effective herb used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and derived from one of the oldest trees on earth. Its medicinal properties have only been discovered by the West during the last 20 years, where clinical studies have indicated its effectiveness in restoring the functioning of the circulatory system and improving peripheral blood flow to the extremities as well as circulation to the brain. Active ingredients of Ginkgo include flavone glycosides, bioflavins, sitosterol, lactones and anthocyanin. Studies indicate that the beneficial effects of Ginkgo on circulation can help to prevent tissue damage and poor circulation associated with Raynaudís disease.
- Zinziber officinalis is more commonly known as Ginger and has a long history of medicinal use in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic (Indian) medicine. Chinese herbalists often recommend this "hot" herb to treat conditions involving difficulties with cold, including the cold fingers caused by Raynaud's. Ginger is excellent for improving poor peripheral circulation in Raynaud's disease and chilblains, and as a warming circulatory stimulant. It also has strong anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties and is used to treat the pain of arthritis and similar complaints. Ginger is an excellent remedy for digestive disturbances including relief of nausea, vomiting, flatulence and indigestion.
- Rosmarinus officinale (Rosemary) dilates and strengthens blood vessels and increases peripheral and cerebral circulation. Rosemary is an invigorating herb, relieving depression and imparting a zest for life often helpful in preventing fatigue and stress. As a combination between a nerve stimulant and circulatory tonic, Rosemary is particularly suited to conditions which cause symptoms of cold due to poor circulation. Rosemary is also known to improve mental functioning and memory, strengthen digestion and improve liver and gallbladder function.
How do I use Circu-Live?
Circu-Live comes in a convenient tincture form and is available in 50 ml bottles. Simply dilute drops in a little water or juice and drink!
Adults: 12 - 15 drops in 1/4 cup water or juice three times daily.
Children under 12: One drop per age year of the child diluted in a little water or juice three times daily.
Please consult your medical practitioner should symptoms persist. Safety during pregnancy and nursing not yet established. Do not use concurrently with Warfarin or other blood thinning medication unless under medical supervision.
How long until I see results?
Full effectiveness in improving circulation and treating Raynaudís disease will be apparent within 3-6 weeks of using the remedy though some people will notice results even sooner.
How long will a bottle last?
One 50 ml bottle of Circu-Live will last approximately 30 days.