Treat vericose veins disease naturally

Vericose veins – get rid of this problem

Varicose veins are now one of the most common medical problems, diseases, and aesthetic defects that affect very large number of people. In addition, varicose veins in the legs can also cause serious health consequences: swelling, pain, inflammation and itching and change of the skin color, from red-pink to dark brown.

Here is a natural way to get rid of varicose veins

You should simply cover the problematic areas on the legs with leaves of fresh cabbage, and it is best to wrap it with plastic foil that holds it tight like a bandage. You should keep this type of coating for two to three days by occasionally changing it – not too often.

This does not solve the problem permanently, but it can relieve the problems and pain and increase the quality of life.

However, varicose veins occur when the valves in the veins, which prevent the backward flow of blood, do not work properly. The blood stays in some places so that the veins and nearby capillaries expand and swell, letting the blood into the surrounding tissue.

Varicose veins occur usually in the legs where the veins are close to the surface, and they are recognizable by the bluish stripes, spots or knots that may grow to the size of a walnut.

About 15 percent of the human population suffers from varicose veins, and women are affected four times more than men. The causes are various, and as prevention, it is recommended to have at least half an hour of moderate activity a day (walking, exercises, cycling). You should wear compression stockings and take herbs in the form of gels, creams or teas from horse chestnut, wild violets, blueberries, blackberries, red grape seeds…

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