Oenobiol Aquadraining Plus contains grape seed extract, vitamin C and red vine, which helps to reduce the feeling of heavy legs.
Oenobiol Aquadraining Plus received a 2014-2015 Victoires de Beauté award*
*2014-2015 Victoires de Beauté consumer test conducted on Oenobiol Aquadraining Plus, for 15 days with 70 subjects, 2014.
Who is it for?
For people who have the sensation of heavy legs. For adults only
3 tablets daily at mealtimes, for 15 days.
What are the results?
– Reduces the sensation of heavy legs*
– Helps with good circulation*
*From the red vine
3 tablets daily at mealtimes, for 15 days. To be repeated if required.
Box of 45 capsules, to be stored in a cool, dry place.
Nutritional supplement to be used as part of a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle; keep out of reach of children. If you are receiving medical treatment, or are pregnant or breastfeeding, seek advice from your doctor before taking a nutritional supplement. You are advised not to exceed the daily dose indicated.
Bulking agent (calcium phosphates, cellulose), red vine leaf extract (Vitis vinifera L.), grape seed extract (Vitis vinifera L.), ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), bulking agent (sodium carboxymethylcellulose) crosslinked), anti-caking agents (talc, silica dioxide), coating agent (hydroxypropylcellulose, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose), anti-caking agents (magnesium stearate), colorants (titanium dioxide, iron oxide, carmine)
Nutritional composition for 3 tablets
Red vine leaf extract: 400 mg
Grape seed extract: 150 mg
Vitamin C: 60 mg (75% of RDI*)
*Reference Daily Intake
A randomized clinical study * carried out in 2006 on 108 women during 2 months, in hospital, conducted in double blind placebo.
The study demonstrated that the dosage of grape polyphenols contained in Oenobiol Aquadrainant Plus was sufficient (the right dose) and proved effective on:
• The feeling of heavy legs,
• The pain in the legs,
• Night cramps.
* Evaluation of the symptomatic improvement and tolerance of Oenobiol Aquadrainant in women presenting with symptoms of “heavy legs”. Angéiologie, 2006 Vol.58, n ° 3, pp.53-59