Homemade Recipe To Treat Varicose Veins, Swollen Legs And Hemorrhoids
Compared to the sweet chestnut, due to its bitter taste, the horse chestnut is not consumed, but it has numerous healing properties. In traditional medicine, it has been used to treat varicose veins and other venous issues, such as pain, tenderness, and swollen legs.
The aescin found in horse chestnut efficiently improves and strengthens the walls of the blood vessels. In addition, it is a great remedy for preventing an enlarged prostate. Due to its healing properties, it efficiently treats hemorrhoids, diarrhea, and fever.
Moreover, horse chestnut helps relieve the inflammatory processes and strengthen the walls of the blood vessels and vein capillaries. It is often used in cosmetics, especially in hair and face lotions and masks.
Horse chestnut tea to treat varicose veins and relieve pain
Mix 1 teaspoon of grounded horse chestnut and 3 – 4 thin cuts of horse chestnut bark. Pour the mixture with 200 ml of water and then strain it. Consume the tea twice a day (400 ml), half an hour before having a meal.
Horse chestnut tea to fight against hemorrhoids
Mix 30 grams of horse chestnut bark, 50 grams of yarrow (Achillea Millefolium), 20 grams of saliva, and 30 grams of chamomile flowers. Pour the mixture into 1 liter of hot water. Let it stay for half an hour, and then strain it. Drink the tea during the day.
Horse chestnut recipe to treat hemorrhoids topically
Mix 40 grams of horse chestnut bark, 50 grams of yarrow, 20 grams of saliva, and 30 grams of chamomile flowers. Pour the mixture into 800 ml of hot water. Let it stay for half an hour, and then strain it.
Add 1 teaspoon of baking soda and mix it well. Drink the tea twice a day.
Recommendation: Before using some of the mentioned recipes, make sure you consult a healthcare professional.