Avenoc® Tablets are a different type of hemorrhoid cure. It contains some very powerful
natural ingredients and attacks the problem of hemorrhoids internally by helping
with blood flow, vein strength, and bowel action.
Since poor bowel movements and a sluggish system are leading contributors to hemorrhoids,
these are important internal effects in the treatment of hemorrhoids.
First, let’s look at the ingredients. The tablets contain these active ingredients:
The tablets also include these inactive ingredients: Lactose, croscarmellose sodium,
magnesium stearate. To take a longer look at the active ingredients it helps to know
the following about them.
• Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) contains aescin which reduces inflammation
and strengthens vein walls. With this the veins have more elasticity. It also repair
leaks in veins.
• Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) soothes hemorrhoidal itching. It also contains
proanthocyanidins such as hamamelitannnin which are known to strengthen vein walls.
• Lachesis mutus is a homeopathic remedy made from the poisonous venom of the bushmaster
snake. It is highly diluted which is good as it affects the blood and the central
nervous system. It is a blood-thinner and this promotes the flow of blood which is
good for moving blood through hemorrhoids quickly which slows rectal bleeding.
• Nux vomica is very bitter-tasting and comes from the poisonous seeds of Strychnos
nux-vomica. This is a tree that grows in Sri Lanka, India, and Australia. Among the
components of the nux vomica seeds are strychnine and brucine. While in large doses,
it can be harmful, even fatal, in small doses it has a peristaltic action on the
intestines. The amount in the tablet is very very small. This means that it makes
your bowels move.
• HPUS is a reference to the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States and indicates
that these ingredients are officially included in that list. This is a good endorsement
of the product to contain such condoned and powerful ingredients.
Direction Of Use
The daily dose is two tablets dissolved in your mouth every two hours up to six times
a day. Do not exceed recommended daily dosage unless directed by a doctor. Do not
use if the blister seal is broken and use them only rectally.
If you start to bleed after inserting a suppository, check with your. Stop use and
ask a doctor if your symptoms last for more than seven days or worsen. If pregnant
or breast-feeding, ask a health professional before use. Keep out of reach of children.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a poison control center right away.
Where To Buy?
There is a listing of where to buy Avenoc® Suppositories at boironusa.com. The product
comes in packages of 60 tablets and the price ranges depending on the offline store
or the online store prices but it costs in the $10 range.