The Most Effective Natural Treatment for Varicose Veins!
The problems that most women have are visible, cracked capillaries, visible veins, painful and swollen feet. This is an aesthetic problem for each of us. It is a sign of weakened blood vessels, mostly because of external factors, and also but partly, because of the internal.
TI had that problem for 20 years. I often search to find the real reason why. I follow what’s going on, and found that capillaries are not spreading quickly, but they have spread significantly in the last 3 months, because of standing a lot and I walked into some kind of medical flip-flops and I highly doubt are good.
Standing, sitting, also uncomfortable shoes with too high or low heels only accelerates process of varicose veins. Pregnancy does also, mostly during the second pregnancy, when I had to rest. But nutrition is also crucial. Consume enough animal protein and plenty of vitamin C, to prevent the weakening the vein walls.
Sugar and trans fatty acids cause body inflammation. That indirectly can weaken capillary walls, and you should avoid them. Horse Chestnut, that is growing as ornamental tree in the parks, is real ingredient that you need. Try this natural treatment:
Here are the ingredients you will need:
- Half cup of finely chopped carrots
- Three tablespoons of Aloe Vera gel
- Half cup of apple cider vinegar
Preparation: Put all n a blender and mix until fine mixture that looks like a paste. Double the ingredients or, at least increase their amount which depends on the area that needs to be coated.
Apply and fix it with a bandage if you need. Let it stay for 30 minutes and rinse it with lukewarm water. Better effect comes, if possible, when you raise your legs upwards while paste acts.
This treatment can be repeated daily, as long as necessary.
Why is this recipe so effective? The answer lies in its ingredients…
- Carrots contain antioxidants used in many skin care product.
- Apple cider vinegar act as anticoagulant of blood thinner, an help prevent blood clots.
- Aloe Vera gel is used for many diseases, including inflammation of the skin.
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