4 Herbal Prescriptions For The Treatment Of Capillaries And Veins!
Visible, cracked capillaries, visible veins, painful, swollen legs – the problems are most women. This is primarily an aesthetic problem for each of us, but, nevertheless, it is a sign that our blood vessels weakened, but because of external factors, and partly because of the Interior.
I investigated a lot, and I didn’t find a specific cause, so I would say that this is a problem similar to cellulite – each woman has different causes. In fact, I do not know a woman who doesn’t have burst capillaries on the legs. For me it’s been a problem for 20 years, I follow what’s going on, and I see that it does not spread quickly, but it spreads anyway, and it got worse when, because of work I stood for 3 months and walked into some kind of medical flip-flops, which I doubt that are good.
Standing, sitting and uncomfortable shoes with too high or low heel will only accelerate the process of varicose veins. Pregnancy also, for me it all started during the second pregnancy, I had uninterrupted rest. I believe nutrition is crucial, sufficient animal proteins and plenty of vitamin C will prevent the weakening of the blood vessels.
Also tou need to consume less sugar and trans fatty acids that cause inflammation, which indirectly weaken the capillary walls. These preparations will help you safely and alleviate the problem.
Horse Chestnut, one that is growing as ornamental tree in parks, is the ingredient that you need. If you intend to make these preparations, start reading.
I bring you 4 prescriptions for the treatment of capillaries and veins:
1.Tincture of capillaries and veins
– 10 fruits of horse chestnut, without peel
– 1.2 liters of homemade brandy
Peel the chestnuts, chop, put in a jar, and pour over the brandy. Seal it and leave in a warm (but not too warm) place for three weeks. Stir occasionally. After 3 weeks, strain through cheesecloth, kept in a dark bottle. It is used for ointment in combination with marigold cream.
2.An alcoholic extract for the capillaries and veins
– 12 fruits of horse chestnut, with the peel
– 2-3 dl homemade brandy
Chopped chestnuts put in a jar and pour over the brandy. Seal off and leave for 6 weeks on a warm place. Stir occasionally. Strain and pour into a dark bottle. The extract can be consumed in the form of drops, in tea or water. However, it can irritate the stomach wall, so it is best to drink it after meals. If you have a sensitive stomach, you should not drink these preparations.
3.Balm for veins
– 5 tsp lanolin
– 2 teaspoons chestnut extract
– 2 teaspoons of tincture of chestnuts
– 3 tablespoons macerate of St. John’s wort or marigold
– 2 g of beeswax
In a narrow tall container put the lanolin. Add the extract and the tincture gradually, half a teaspoon each and stir till they are connected. The connecting of the ingredients goes slow, so be patient. Melt the wax in macerate at a very low temperature and add the mixture of lanolin and tinctures. Heat and stir until the ingredients get connected. I use a small mixer for cappuccino. Pour it into a jar, wait for it to cool and close.
Use the ointment once a day. Apply it in a thin layer and gently massage with movements in the direction of the heart. Keep it at room temperature.
4.Tonic for veins
– 40 ml of tincture of chestnuts
– 40 ml of the extract chestnuts
– 10 drops of essential oil of rosemary – for better circulation
Pour the ingredients into a bottle with a spray and shake well.