Treating varicose veins on time prevents the development of phlebitis. Phlebitis is called total obstruction of a vein. This disease is a consequence of the existence of a blood clot lodged in the vein. If the clot is directed into the pulmonary circulation, it causes a pulmonary embolism. Hence the importance of treating varicose veins before they result in more serious situations.
As with many medical problems, there are things WE can do to make those varicose veins disappear. One may not even have to leave their kitchen to find that veinless look they’ve been seeking!
1. Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar is an incredibly strong detoxifier, and helps improve our bodies’ circulation. If your body is circulating blood well, then those veins should go away fairly quickly.
Top 10 Home Remedies recommends taking two tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar in some water twice, daily. Hopefully you’ll notice a difference within the first few days!
Who knew parsley was chock full of vitamin C? The rutin in it helps strengthen capillaries as well, so eating fresh parsley will pay off in dividends, if you want to get rid of those varicose veins.
The following instructions are for applying parsley as a solution directly on the affected areas:
3. Olive Oil
To get rid of varicose veins you need to increase circulation in your legs, and a nice massage will do just that.
Simply mix some olive oil together with vitamin E oil, warm it up, and apply it to your legs. Massage your legs twice daily using this method, and your legs should look noticeably better in a month or two.
Studies show that garlic reduces blood pressure, increasing circulation in the body (noticing a pattern, yet?). Not to mention, garlic breaks up toxins in blood vessels.
While garlic should be apart of everybody’s diet, there are other things you can do to get the most out of the herb.