For a long time, thousands of women and men suffering from “swollen veins disease” got rid of the painful and unsightly swellings with the help of a scalpel. Over time, milder methods of treatment were discovered, methods that melt the bumps: laser, steam, injections or medicated socks.
The causes of developing varicose veins are many. Varicose veins can occur either on the background of genetic inheritance, either because of age and is more common in women than in men. Obesity contributes in its turn to varicose veins, as well as standing for long, often wearing of heels and waxing with hot wax.
Once emerged, it’s hard to get rid of varicose veins, at hand being all sorts of creams that can at most reduce them. A more costly and painful alternative is the surgery, but chances to entirely disappear after surgery are relatively small, and the recovery period spans more than two weeks.
When not treated in time, the disease of varicose veins has severe complications, and the patient can even remain invalid.
Using a natural remedy, launched by traditional doctors, varicose veins “melt”. Therefore, the cure may be followed by patients with varicose veins who would not turn to scalpel, but also those who have unsuccessfully tried other remedies. The treatment lasts one month and 30 days of rest, and the procedure must be repeated until varicose veins disappear.
Ingredients used to obtain the cure: 600 ml juice of onion and 300 g acacia honey.
Preparation: Chop the onion very small, then squeeze through dense gauze. The obtained juice is poured into a glass; afterwards, add honey and stir thoroughly until the preparation is homogenous. The cure must be kept in the refrigerator.
How to use it: After each meal, take about 50 g of this preparation. Treatment should be followed without interruption for one month.