Varicose Veins Herbal Extract Drops By Karen Morris
- April 11, 2019
- Karen Morris
Varicose Veins are an uncomfortable condition that effects both men and women. I have seen several patients recently who are suffering from this, so I thought I’d use this week’s blog to highlight exactly what varicose veins are, and how we can treat them.
Varicose veins are caused when blood flow is restricted or sent in the wrong direction and is due to faulty valves in the veins. It is a very uncomfortable condition which can cause weakness in the legs, muscle cramps, a sense of heaviness and swollen ankles. It can also cause burning or itching with an increase in pain after standing or sitting for long periods of time. At Herbs Online Shop we have a wonderful liquid herb which contains healing properties that help to ease this condition. OurVaricose Veins Dropsare created using horse chestnut, gingko biloba, butchers broom, gotu kola and cramp bark.
In addition to the Varicose Veins Drops, there are several other tips which I always recommend to anyone who is struggling with varicose veins. Exercise which works into the calve muscle and any kind of low intensity exercise is best when it comes to exercising with this condition, so swimming, cycling and yoga are good choices. Compression stockings or leggings can also help and these are available in chemists.
Dietary changes are key to helping this condition, I always tell my patients to include foods that are rich in potassium like bananas, leafy vegetables, lentils and white beans. Potassium can help reduce water retention which will improve any feelings of heaviness in the body. Flavonoids are also key to helping the body improve circulation, so foods like spinach, cherries, cocoa and garlic can help to shrink the size of these veins. Surgery is also an option! To start with, I suggest incorporating the Varicose Veins Dropsand getting in touch to put together a dietary plan that is right for you.
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