4 Herbal Recipes for Successful Treatment of Capillaries and Veins!

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Visible, cracked capillaries, visible veins, painful and swollen feet – are the problems that most women have.

Primarily, this is an aesthetic problem for each of us, but, nevertheless, it is a sign that the blood vessels are weakened, mostly because of external factors, and partly because of the Internal.

The more I searched, I could not find a specific cause. I would say that this is a problem like cellulite, the causes are different with each woman. In fact, I do not know a woman who does not have burst capillaries on her legs. I had that problem for 20 years. I follow what’s going on, and I see that the capillaries are not spreading quickly, but they have spread significantly in the last 3 months, because I have been standing a lot and have walked into some kind of medical flip-flops, which I highly doubt are good.

Standing, sitting and uncomfortable shoes with too high or low heels will only accelerate the process of varicose veins. Pregnancy also, in my case everything started during the second pregnancy, when I had to rest. I believe that the nutrition is also crucial, if you consume enough animal protein and plenty of vitamin C, it will prevent the weakening of the vein wall.

Sugar and trans fatty acids can cause various body inflammation, which indirectly can weaken the capillary walls, therefore you should avoid them. These advices can help you alleviate the problem.

Horse Chestnut, the one that is growing as ornamental tree in the parks, is the ingredient that you need. If you want to solve your problem the natural way, I suggest to start reading.

Here are 4 recipes for the treatment of capillaries and veins:

Ingredients:

  • 10 horse chestnut fruits, without the peel
  • 1/2 l of homemade brandy

Preparation:

Peel the chestnuts, chop them and put them in a jar.Pour the brandy over them. Seal the jar and leave it in a warm (but not too warm) place for 3 weeks. Stir it occasionally. After 3 weeks, strain the mixture through a gauze and store the remedy in a dark bottle. This remedy is made for external use in combination with marigold ointment.

Alcoholic extract (extract) for treatment of capillaries and veins

Ingredients:

  • 12 horse chestnut fruits, with crust
  • 2-3 dl of homemade brandy

Preparation:

Chop the chestnuts. In order to do that you will need tongs or a meat mallet. Put the chopped chestnuts in a jar and pour the brandy over them. Seal the jar and leave it in a warm place for 6 weeks. Stir it occasionally. Strain the mixture and pour the medicine into a dark bottle. You can drink this extract in a form of drops, in tea or water.However this extract can irritate the stomach wall, so it is best to drink it after a meal. If you have a sensitive stomach, you should not drink such extracts. Personally I like this extracts and I consume it every day with a tea.

Balm for veins

Ingredients:

  • 5 tsp of lanolin
  • 2 teaspoons of chestnut extract
  • 2 teaspoons of chestnut tincture
  • 3 tablespoons of macerate, St. John’s wort or marigold
  • 2 g of beeswax

Preparation:

Put the lanolin in a narrow and high bowl. Add the extract and the tincture gradually, by half a teaspoon of each and stir them with a spoon until you get a unique mixture. This process will be going slowly, so be patient when mixing. Melt the wax at a very low temperature, and then add it to the mixture. Heat the mixture and stir it until you get a unique mixture. When the ointment is ready pour it into a suitable container, wait for it to cool and then close the container.

Use the ointment once a day. Apply it in a thin layer and gently massage the affected area with movements in the direction of the heart. Keep the ointment at room temperature.

Tonic for veins

Ingredients:

  • 40 ml of chestnut tincture
  • 40 ml of chestnut extract
  • 10 drops of essential rosemary oil – for better circulation

Preparation:

Pour all the ingredients into a spray bottle and shake it well.

source:http://www.fitbodycenter.com/

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