Almost all woman has this problems: capillaries, visible veins, painful and swollen feet. This problem that occurs to everyone is primary sing that blood vessels are weakened, in most of the cases because external and in some because of internal factors.
This can’t be linked to specific cause, it looks like that for every woman the cause for varicose veins is different. The woman without this problem are very rear. Some woman has this problem for 20 years. This problem doesn’t always appears take years to become big, sometimes in just need couple of mounts. This can be caused due to standing a lot.
There are also some things that accelerate the growth of this problem like high hills, uncomfortable shoes, sitting etc. Also pregnancy can cause varicose veins, and nutrition can be crucial factor. But with consuming enough vitamin C it will prevent weakening of the veins.
The other cause of weakened veins can be sugar and fatty acids which can cause inflammation and weaken the veins.
But there is a solution and the ingredient you need is Horse Chestnut, tree that grows in parks. If you want to solve this problem you should use this natural remedy!
This is the ingredients that you need:
½ cup of finely chopped carrots
3 tablespoons of Aloe Vera gel
½ cup of cider vinegar
Put all the ingredients in mixer and mix them well until you get fine pasta. You can adjust the ingredients or even double them according to the area that needs to be coated.
After this apply the mixture on the affected area and fix it with bandage if you need to. After 30minutes rinse the leg with lukewarm water. This will be more effective if your leg is raised up during the 30 minutes.
You can repeat this daily until it’s necessary.
This recipe is very effective because of its ingredients
Carrots contain antioxidants, which are used in many skin care product.
Apple cider vinegar can act as an anticoagulant of blood thinner, and can help prevent blood clots.
Aloe Vera gel has been used for thousands of years for the treatment of many diseases, including inflammation of the skin.