I have been worried about varicose veins in my legs for a while, but I didn't knew what could help cure this problem, I have done some research online and many books and I found great valuable information I will like to share with you. I want to recommend you this website Mother Nature .
In 1982 an Italian study found that herbs like ginkgo and gotu kola (indian herb) are beneficial when having circulation problems, this two herbs can be taken together to strengh the beneficial effects.
Benefits are beyond varicose veins, this herbs are proven to strenght blood vessels all over your body, that means that this two herbs can prevent and help in the treatment of many circulatory problems.
Horse chesnut is a tree from Asia that has to be taken with extra care no more than 50 milligrams of the active ingredient called aescin, two times a day. Horse chesnut contains an enzyme called bromelian that prevents vein damage.
Butcher's broom is also helpful is a mediterranean srub that make veins stronger and less porous.
Hawthorn also strengthens connective tissue.
Another helpful foods are Garlic and pineapple this two prevent fibrin from producing those lumpy deposits around varicose veins.
Proanthocyanidis from grape seeds and pine needles also strengthen blood vessels, incresing quantities of intracellular vitamin C and Collagen so, also helps cartilage and ligaments.
Calendula, Saint Jhohn's Wort are great used in oinments to reduce inflammation, pain and broken veins.
Escencial oils like palmarosa, chamomile, carrot seed are great decreasing the swelling.
Hot to make use of this herbs? there is extracts, tinctures, essencial oils and capsules. Capsules are easy to take when you don't have time to find the fresh tea, but better capsules than nothing.
A tea made with a pinch of ginkgo and butcher's broom boiled in water for 5 minutes, drink one cup a day.
If you suffer from Hemorroids you can make an oil with one pinch of saint John's wort and 5 drops of other escencial oils like calendula, chamomile, cypress and palmarosa.