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Natural medicine for varicose veins




The varicose veins are bulging like a rope running under the skin. These affect the legs and feet. The possibility of having varicose veins also increases as the roots weaken as they age. Genetics can also be caused by varicose veins, so if other family members have varicose veins there is a stronger chance they will. 

Symptoms of varicose veins include : 
1. Soft, heavy or painful legs, usually accompanied by inflammation in the ankles or feet after standing for long periods of time.
2. Dark purple or blue blood vessels, visible on thighs and calf.

Natural ways to treat varicose veins:
1. Massage - keeping the legs slightly elevated while sitting and lying down so that the blood can flow properly to the heart. Massage is an active way to increase blood circulation, although it should be make it gentle to people with varicose veins.

2. Compressio - applying the same pressure to the legs with specially designed compression socks is a proven remedy for Varicose veins. This helps the valves work more effectively to prevent backflow.

Herbal remedies for varicose veins is:

Tomatoes - it contains aspirin, it is anticoagulant and is naturally thinner of blood. It also has flavanoids that strengthen the walls of the blood vessels to prevent ruptured.


Preparations:
1.) Wash tomatoes and slice it circular
2.) Put sliced ​​tomatoes in your varicose veins
3.) Use bandage to keep from falling for 3-4 hours until you feel a tingling sensation on your skin.
4.) Do this five times a day for good results.
5.) You will feel the result within two weeks and your varicose veins will gradually fade or disappear.




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