Varicose veins are twisted and enlarged veins, usually found on legs. Excessive pressure on the veins, especially when standing and sitting, is the main reason for the enlargement of these superficial veins, but heredity also seems to have a major role.
Since legs are the farthest extremity from the heart, it requires extra effort to pump the blood up the veins in the leg and back into the heart against gravity. This is done by the calf muscles.
There are paired valves in these veins to prevent backflow of the blood, but as the veins lose their elasticity and become dilated, these valves fail. This results in blood getting pooled in the veins, causing them to twist and bulge out.
If untreated can lead to serious complications such as thrombosis, open wounds, etc. Nature offers plenty of herbs that improve circulation and prevent and heal varicose veins.
The one we are talking about today is an extraordinary plant which is famous in our country for its healing properties and nurturing effect on damaged and destroyed skin
– English Marigold.
Traditionally, it has been used to treat conjunctivitis, blepharitis, eczema, gastritis, minor burns including sunburns, warts, and minor injuries such as sprains and wounds. It has also been used to treat cramps, coughs, and snake bites.
This plant was discovered to have the ability to cleanse the blood vessels, relax them, and increase their volume and subsequently lower the levels of cholesterol in the blood, especially when it’s paired with dandelions, hawthorn, or hemp-agrimony.
Here’s How to Make Your Own Homemade Varicose Vein Remedy:
Pick 50 marigold flowers, wash them well and dry them. Once you do, put them into a large jar and
pour 1l of olive oil over them.
Then close the jar and leave it for 4-5 weeks where it can get enough sunlight. After this period is over, you can start using the oil. Whether you’ll strain or not is entirely up to you.
Marigold leaves with pig fat remedy:
Heat half of kilogram of pig fat on low heat. Once the fat is completely melted, add two handfuls of fresh marigold leaves and one handful of green, pointy shells taken from a wild chestnut three.
Let the mixture start foaming, remove it from the stove, and then stir for 5 more minutes.
When you finish preparing it, cover your mixture and leave it in a cold place for 24 hours. After the 24 hours, start heating it slowly while stirring it until it completely melts. Once it does, strain it through a sterile gauze and pour it in a clean and dry jar.
The ointment should be kept in a cold and dark place and applied topically on varicose veins every night, without massaging them from bottom up. You can also drink some cleansing tea to help with the healing process.
Calendula today, is being investigated for its anti-cancer properties. In conjunction with other herbs such as Echinacea purpurea, Scorzonera humilis L., and Aconitum moldavicum, there has been evidence of success in treating certain cancers (Heren’s carcinoma) according to the Fedkovich Chernivtsi State University in the Ukraine.