Natural remedy against cracks, calluses, rough skin on the heels


I will suggest you a prescription for heel pain, which is using my neighbor and she says it is very effective.

If there are cracks, calluses or bunions, rough skin on heels and calcium deposits on the feet, this procedure will be also effective.

Some of the causes of cracked heels are dry air, lack of moisture, improper foot care, an unhealthy diet, aging, prolonged standing on hard floors and wearing the wrong types of shoes. Conditions like eczema, psoriasis, corns and calluses, diabetes and thyroid disease may also contribute to the problem.


Unbelievable, my neighbor is 57 years, and her feet are like she is 20. Here is her recipe:


10 tablets of aspirin or Andols (300 mg), grind until you get powder and pour 250 ml of brandy (or 70% medical alcohol) and leave for 1-2 days.

Shake the tincture every night and dip into it a piece of folded gauze.

Put the lining on the heel (calluses, foot) wrap a nylon bag and put socks on. Leave it overnight.

In the morning, rinse with water, wipe and apply a cream for legs or glycerine.

After 10 treatments, foot and heel are clear of rough skin and calcium deposits are gone.

Incidentally, the feet can be cleaned using a brush or pumice stone, and then apply the cream.

With this tincture can be treated and painful areas with varicose veins (varicosities). After rubbing, the pain disappears immediately. It can be massaged on painful areas with osteochondrosis, where occur salt layers.

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