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Published on Jul 6, 2012

Capisette Review
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CAPISETTE - AN ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT TO EDEMA

Edema has proved to be a common menace to mankind which is characterized by the accumulation of water in certain body tissues resulting into noticeable swelling of any part of the body. This is caused by the increase of interstitial oncotic pressure or capillary permeability by certain forces. This is mainly attributed to the accumulation of excess water in the interstitial spaces or voids between the tissues lying outside the blood vessels. Found mainly in women, it is triggered by several medical disorders like heart failure, liver and kidney disease, excess standing or sitting, thrombophlebitis, etc.

Several conventional treatments have proved to be water retention remedy. These treatments include reversal of the underlying disorders, lifestyle and dietary modifications, for example reduction of the amount of sodium chloride intake, and also implementation of diuretic therapies. These therapies increase the flow of water thus reducing the amount of fluid retained in the body.

Another alternative water retention remedy, which has been known to be quite effective, is the use of Capisette. It is a nontoxic supplement, from the house of Progressive Health, designed as an alternative to the conventional diuretic drugs used for preventing fluid retention. Available in bottles of 30 capsules each, Capisette is a perfect mixture of some essential nutrients like horse chestnut, ginko biloba, extracts of dandelion, uva ursi, bucha and some vital minerals like sodium and potassium. Each nutrient plays an important role in prevention of fluid retention, improvement of circulation of body fluids, regulation of fluid balance and providing anti-inflammatory benefits. A further investigation reveals that magnesium is helpful in treating edema in case of premenstrual women while potassium is one of the major electrolytes present in your body helping in the regulation of fluid flow in and out of the tissues and cells. Extracts of Uva Ursi are known to contain tannins which help in prevention of swelling and inflammation resulting from edema. Similarly dandelion and bucha extracts are used as diuretics with the former one helping in the reduction of potassium deficiency. Ginko biloba is used for the enhancement and improvement of blood circulation and flow, while horse chestnut prevents leakage from the capillaries during edema, thus improving the overall circulatory health.

Although Capisette has proved to be a safe and effective water retention remedy, certain people are recommended to consult their physician properly before its use, for it is known to have some side effects. For example the ginko biloba present in it may result into excessive bleeding in some people suffering from certain medical disorders. Others may experience nausea, itching and gastrointestinal disorders from nutrients like buchu, horse chestnut, potassium and uva ursi. Extracts of dandelion present in Capisette is also not suitable for people having sensitivity to inulin fiber. Some drugs like albuterol, aspirin, oral contraceptives, digoxin, heparin, warfarin etc. may interact with the ingredients present in Capisette. Children under the age of six years should never be prescribed this supplement. Moreover, people suffering from dehydration and kidney problems should never be given Capisette due to the presence of its diuretic properties.

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