Translucent gel with a watery consistency is available in tubes of 100 milliliters.
The most important components in its composition are:
Horse chestnut extract.
Green tea extract
Hazel leaf extract.
Extract of red grape leaves.
The active substance - horse chestnut, which is contained in the gel, increases the tone of blood vessels, reduces the lymph flow, has a vasoconstrictor effect. Menthol and green tea have a cooling effect, thereby relieving pain and swelling.
Hazel leaf extract relieves inflammation and redness, and also strengthens the walls of the veins and reduces their permeability.
Troxeturin (flavonoid) and extract of grape leaves restore the patency of the veins and perform an antioxidant function, strengthen the blood vessels.
Indications for use
Horse chestnut gel balsam 911 is an adjunct in the following diseases:
Varicose veins (initial stage).
Thrombophlebitis (without open wounds).
With lesions of the veins after injury.
Usually, 911 horse chestnut for the treatment of varicose veins is used together with tablets or various medical procedures.
911 horse chestnut is applied in a small amount on clean skin of the feet and rubbed in a circular motion until completely absorbed. The procedure for applying the cream is carried out twice a day.
911 horse chestnut gel-balm is not applied to open wounds, as well as abrasion scratches.
Skin diseases (boils, ulcers, etc.).
Intolerance to the components of the gel.
Foot cream should not be applied to the skin of children who have not yet turned two years old.
911 horse chestnut is used with caution during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as there are no data on its effect on the body during these periods. Troxeturin, which is present in the composition of the remedy is contraindicated in the first trimester of pregnancy, but is allowed in the second and third, therefore the use of this remedy is necessarily discussed with a doctor.