How to Cure Varicose Veins with the Help of Tomato

Did you know that you can cure your varicose veins with the help of tomatoes?

We present you with two ways of healing varicose veins using green and red ripe tomatoes.

Treatment of varicose veins with green tomatoes

This is a simple home remedy that helps with varicose veins.

You need to wash a few green tomatoes and cut them into slices (or rings). Put the slices of green tomatoes on the nodes of varicose veins and the vein capillary network. If necessary, tie some bandage. Keep tomatoes at these locations until you feel a tingling sensation on the skin. If you cannot stand the feeling, remove it as soon as you feel a burning sensation, and wash the veins with cool water. If this procedure goes well, the result will be visible very soon. This procedure should be repeated five times a day, preferably in a row.

After two weeks of doing these everyday procedures, the venous nodes will start to fade. The capillary network, nodes, swelling and pain in the veins will eventually disappear.

Other than green tomatoes, matured red tomato can also help in the disappearing of the varicose veins.


Treatment of varicose veins with ripe red tomatoes

This procedure is similar to the previous. The ripe tomatoes should be washed, cut into thin slices and placed on the painful veins for 3-4 hours and consolidate with some bandage. After some time replace the tomato with a new one. This procedure is preferable to be conducted in the evening or at night.

The duration of the treatment is individual. You can conduct this treatment during the whole summer and in combination with green tomatoes.

Tomato has healing properties because in it, in addition to the seeds, there is a substance that is in its properties similar to aspirin. This acid is considered to be an anticoagulant, which dilutes the blood and does not give it stagnation. In addition, the tomato has flavanoids that strengthen the blood vessel walls.


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