• Manage the Signs and
    Symptoms of CVI

  • Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is a common but often ignored problem because the current options are limited

    Vasculera is indicated for the clinical dietary management of venous insufficiency and its complications

    The diosmin in Vasculera has been shown in studies to manage several molecular and physiological measures of CVI:

    • Production of inflammatory mediators and vascular adhesion molecules
    • Venous hypertension
    • Venous tone
    • Venous reflux
    • Venous capacitance, dispensability and emptying time
    • Capillary permeability
    • Lymphatic flow

Put Veins on the Straight and Narrow


Vasculera has GRAS Status*

Vasculera® is indicated for the clinical dietary management of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and its complications. Vasculera comes in a once-a-day tablet and works in several metabolic ways to address CVI. As a result, the diosmin in Vasculera (diosmiplex) helps manage several forms of CVI including varicose veins, spider veins, edema, lymphedema, traveler’s edema, stasis dermatitis, venous ulcers, and acute and chronic hemorrhoidal disease. Results may appear in as little as one week but may not be seen for 4 to 8 weeks. For venous ulcers, results may not be seen for several months.

Physician supervision is required with Vasculera; so, ask your physician if Vasculera is right for you.

  • Why Vasculera?
  • Why Medical Foods?
Why Vasculera
The diosmin in Vasculera (diosmiplex) is a well-studied molecule with a long history of use for the management of CVI and its complications including acute and chronic hemorrhoidal disease. Diosmin is a naturally occurring flavonoid that can be isolated from food sources such as citrus or derived from a related flavonoid called hesperidin found primarily in oranges.
Why Medical Foods?
Medical foods are an official Food and Drug Administration (FDA) category of products that must have therapeutic value based on recognized science. The name “medical foods” was chosen by the FDA. All medical foods must meet the distinctive dietary requirements of a particular disease.