Nowadays, varicose veins are considered a “popular” condition. They appear when we have a genetic predisposition, when we age, when we stand too much on our feet, when the walls of the vessels are too thin, and when fibrin (the elastic compound involved in blood coagulation) does not effectively break down.
Varicose veins can be operated upon, but we can contribute by strengthening the walls of our blood vessels.
Treatment: besides exercising (including the common standing on your toes), wild chestnut extracts are highly effective nowadays that you can find in pharmacies. In the past they would make compresses with apple vinegar and leopard’s bane tincture (proportion of 1:9 and diluted with water) or with sea salt (1 teaspoon in 1/4 l of water). Pay attention to your nutrition: vitamin C strengthens the walls of the blood vessels; onion, garlic and pepper reduce fibrin production.
Effect: the compresses unclog blockages, stimulate blood irrigation, stabilize the circulation, and the wild chestnut seal the walls of the blood vessels.
Be healthy, be natural!