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ZINOPIN: New All In One Natural Travel Supplement!


According to Dr John Scurr leading Consultant Vascular Surgeon and expert on Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and the less serious manifestations of sluggish or disturbed circulation such as swollen ankles, pins and needles, calf cramp etc are far more common than appreciated. Not just confined to air and coach travel, but any situations linked with long periods of immobility. Whilst in the majority of cases, a DVT will resolve itself - for many people irreparable damage to the vein wall remains, predisposing to further episodes and increasing risk.

In addition, roughly one third of us at some time will also suffer from the symptoms of travel and motion sickness - nausea, cold sweating, dizziness, pale skin, drowsiness, headaches, and vomiting. While some experience only mild self-limiting symptoms of travel sickness, many can suffer from long term motion sickness that does not end when travel is stopped hours or sometimes even days after travel.

Based on extensive studies into the incidence and prevention of DVT, his evaluation of the effectiveness of compression stockings and other medications, Dr John H Scurr has developed ZINOPIN the most complete natural Anti DVT, Anti Travel Sickness, Anti Oedema (Swollen Ankle) supplement that also helps fight free radical damage caused by cosmic and electromagnetic radiation during air travel.

Research published in July 2004 on the use of ZINOPIN demonstrates that -

"Zinopin as a Travel Supplement has been shown to be effective in reducing capillary permeability, promoting blood flow and reducing the bloods ability to clot and reducing travel sickness. This product has been designed for travellers to take, particularly travellers undertaking long haul flights or long journeys. Studies suggest that it reduces leg swelling and promotes blood flow. There is scientific evidence to suggest that it is more effective than Aspirin in preventing blood clots. Studies also show that it is well tolerated and a very effective anti travel sickness supplement" Zinopin currently being tested in a 200 patient pilot clinical trial being carried out at University College London shows results so far being excellent according to Mike Lehman Technical & Marketing Director.

ZINOPIN is based on a unique finely tuned, synergistic blend of two active constituents - Pycnogenol and Ginger Root Extract.

Pycnogenol - extract of Maritime Pine Bark with its powerful anti oxidant procyandins and bioflavonoids exhibit numerous heart and circulation and anti thrombosis benefits without the risk of internal gastro-intestinal bleeding - characteristic of aspirins. Pycnogenol helps lower LDL cholesterol, reduce platelet activity and capillary permeability, relaxes artery constriction and improves circulation - promoting improved blood flow and reducing the ability of the blood to clot after long periods of immobility. Clinical studies also show that apart from its Anti DVT properties, Pycnogenol also helps reduce uncomfortable and sometimes painful calf cramps, heaviness of the legs and, 'pins and needles' and Oedema (swollen, puffy and 'doughy' ankles) caused by sluggish circulation and a gravity induced 'pooling' of blood in the veins.

Ginger Root Extract (SGRE) has not only shown to also have anti platelet aggregation and anti inflammatory activity, but works in harmony with Pycnogenol, helping to enhance its bio-availability. Ginger Root Extract (SGRE) has also long been shown to reduce air travel and sea sickness, cold sweating, nausea, 'queeziness' and motion sickness without causing drowsiness common to other anti nausea and travel sickness medications. In fact navies around the world still use ginger extensively to treat new naval recruits helping the body to control the nausea and vomiting resulting from sea sickness.

That's why ZINOPIN is such an essential travel companion. A new unique safe comprehensive natural travel supplement, that not only helps reduce the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), but helps to reduce travel and motion sickness, Oedema (Swollen Ankles) and fight the effects of free radical damage from environmental cosmic and electromagnetic radiation during long haul travel.

Zinopin is available from:

Website: http://www.zinopintravelsupplement.co.uk
Email: info@livingiseasy.co.uk
Tel: 020 7483 1991

Tzaf Barak

http://www.livingiseasy.co.uk


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