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Herbal Remedies for the Treatment of Varicose Veins

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Some Important Herbal Remedies of Varicose Veins includes:

Witch hazel - This herb is very beneficial for the treatment of varicose veins. It helps in reducing the swallon part of the body.

Horse chestnut - It can be used both internally and as an external application for problems of venous circulation, including varicose veins.

Bilberries - They support in the normal formation of connective tissue and strengthen capillaries in the body, and in this way help prevent varicose veins.

Gotu Kola - It strengthens the blood vessels and improve peripheral circulation.

Hawthorn - Strengthens blood vessels and improve peripheral circulation.

Vinegar: Apply apple cider vinegar, just as it comes from the bottle to the varicose veins night and morning.  Shrinking of the veins should be noticed by the end of the month.

Molasses: Take 2-3 tsp. black strap molasses orally daily. This also treats all kinds of circulatory ailments.

   

 

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