Many people resort to all sorts of complicated treatments to get rid of spider veins, but they do not always get the desired results. There are, however, some simple and natural methods that help you completely treat spider veins and you will not need to go to surgery. These treatments are used in Russian natural medicine and have guaranteed effects in the treatment of spider veins naturally.
Garlic is a useful plant in reducing inflammation and other symptoms of spider veins. It can also remove toxins from the blood vessels and help improve circulation.
Also, apple vinegar is very effective because it is a natural cleaning product. If applied directly to the affected veins, it will help you improve your blood flow and circulation, thus reducing swelling.
How to use apple vinegar for treatment
Take a piece of gauze, soak it in vinegar and gently rub the areas affected by varicose veins. Repeat this procedure at least twice a day and the results will be visible after a month.
Every evening, apply a few drops of garlic oil on your fingers, and with a circular motion gently rub the areas where the spider veins have appeared. Put a plastic bag over and wrap your feet with a bandage. Wash your feet in the morning and put on thick trousers in winter to keep your feet warm. Repeat the same procedure every night. To see significant results, you need to take this treatment for about a month.
How to Make Garlic Oil
– two oranges
– 6 garlic cloves
– two tablespoons of olive oil
How to prepare:
Clean the garlic, chase it and put it in a jar clean with a lid, then add the two tablespoons of olive oil and the juice resulting by squeezing the two oranges. Mix the contents well, then let it sit for at least 12 hours before use.
Careful! Before use, mix the contents very well.
Mix in 200 ml of water, a spoonful of fresh nettle leaves and then put the mixture on low heat until boiling water. Let the tea cool down. After being cooled, filter and drink three times a day before meals. You should repeat this treatment for at least six months.
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