1. For sports-injuries and chronic fatigue syndrome
It has been reported that the materials in Colladeen can inhibit inflammatory metabolites. Consequently, practitioners often use Colladeen for both acute and chronic (i.e. longer-term) muscle aches and pains.
2. For those with increased risk of heart disease
Colladeen is a rich source of PCOs; antioxidants which are active in both oil-soluble and water-soluble components. This unique effect makes its overall antioxidant properties many times that of vitamin C or vitamin E and therefore entirely suitable for those at risk of heart disease.
3. For those suffering from macular degeneration and/or blood shot eyes
With its powerful ability to enhance the health of blood vessels, Colladeen may help strengthen fragile or weak capillaries as well as gently increasing blood flow to the extremities as part of your full treatment plan. Practitioners often combine Colladeen with Ginkgo biloba extracts to help with macular degeneration relief.
4. For those suffering from cyclical breast tenderness
Practitioners' clinical experience has revealed a fascinating potential effect of Colladeen helping to reduce symptoms of pre-menstrual breast tenderness and pain. Women frequently notice positive changes after a month's use.
5. As a supportive regime for poor vascular function e.g. varicose veins, fluid retention, numbness and tingling in the legs and even painful leg cramps
With its potentially powerful ability to help enhance the health of blood vessels, many practitioners find Colladeen a beneficial supplement for almost any kind of vascular insufficiency.
6. For those suffering from eye strain i.e. computer users
Studies have already shown how the materials in Colladeen help to reduce eye strain and improve contrast vision among computer monitor-bound individuals, in as little as 6 weeks.
7. As a supportive regime for endometriosis and those suffering from painful periods
Regular use of Colladeen is thought to block the release of specific prostaglandins, chemicals the body makes during attacks of painful periods (dysmenorrhea) and as part of the general inflammatory response. For this reason, endometriosis sufferers will frequently use Colladeen as an adjunct to their supplement programmes.
8. As a source of plant-derived antioxidants
Using an antioxidant-dense multi-nutrient formula makes good sense as far as preventative health care is concerned. However, in order to maximise antioxidant defences, plant-derived antioxidants should also be incorporated into diet and supplement regimes. The flavonoid family is uniquely positioned for such as task, since they are physiologically active in both fatty and watery environments in the body, which makes its overall antioxidant properties many times that of vitamin C or vitamin E.
9. For those suffering from a variety of allergies including sinusitis
It is thought that the sub-class of flavonoids found in Colladeen (i.e. anthocyanidins and procyanidolic oligomers (PCOs)) inhibits histamine release; the compound that causes so much discomfort among those suffering from a variety of allergies.
10. As an anti-wrinkle product
The particular type of flavonoids found in Colladeen may help to reinforce and preserve collagen in the body. So much so, that these naturally occurring compounds are often included in cosmetics to help improve skin elasticity.