Be persistent in putting compress because after prolonged use the varicose veins will improve, and the skin that has been inflamed and red, will become soft and healthy.
Varicose veins are quite common condition, and their treatment is not easy and requires persistence and a lot of time to achieve results. This disease develops as a result of circulatory overload and due to poor circulation. If untreated, complications can be severe and lead to thrombosis, open wounds, etc. There are many plants hidden in the nature that can help with varicose veins, so we will show you how you can solve this problem completely naturally.
It is an excellent natural remedy against varicose veins and hemorrhoids, and in addition to reducing varicose veins, relieves pain, fatigue and swollen legs.
Aescin is a miracle ingredient found in the horse chestnut, which has a beneficial effect on the circulatory system and thus helps in decreasing swelling and pain.
Horse chestnut reduces inflammation and accelerates the blood circulation, increases the venous capillaries resistance and thus the load on the circulatory system is reduced, as well as the swelling. Horse Chestnut reduces sense of heaviness in the legs and reduces pain and spasms.
You can use the one from the store, but we recommend you to make it at home. To prepare Marigold cream you will need four hands of finely chopped marigold (flowers, leaves and stems) and 500 grams of high-quality grease that needs to be heated up and then the chopped marigold needs to be added. Put the mixture on the stove, stir and remove after it boils. Leave the mixture overnight at room temperature, and the next day warm it up slightly so you would be able to strain it.
Rub the cream on the affected areas, several times a day.
For successful treatment you can combine marigold cream and horse chestnut, in a way that you firstly apply the marigold cream on the affected areas and then apply the horse chestnut balm. A marigold protects the skin against dryness and irritation caused by the alcohol contained in a horse chestnut balm.
The cabbage leaves can be used as a perfect compress against varicose veins, painful and swollen legs. All you need is a big and fresh cabbage, so that the leaves are large enough to cover the affected area. Put them directly on the affected area and fix them.
Leave the compress until the cabbage is dry, and then replace it with new, fresh leaf.
You will feel relief right after putting the leaf, and the pain and swelling will reduce as well. Be persistent in putting compresses because after prolonged use the condition will improve significantly, and the skin that has been inflamed and red, will become soft and healthy.