Magical Recipe for Varicose Veins and Thrombosis with Only 2 Simple Ingredients

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Generally, women are more prone to varicose veins and thrombosis than men and there are many people who suffer from these medical conditions.

Enlarged and swollen veins prevent the blood flow towards the heart which results in blood gathering in the veins. Varicose veins mostly appear in ankles and legs.

Most of the cases of varicose veins are caused by damaged veins and valves. And the question is how this damage appears? Lack of exercise, pregnancy, and overweight, standing or sitting for long hours, blood cloths, and injury can be the causes of this medical condition.

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Furthermore, blockage in the deeper veins is known as deep vein thrombosis, which is also a result of varicose veins. Fortunately, is not something serious and can be treated with homemade medicines as well as changing some habits of sitting and standing. Exercising is recommended as well.

The recipe against varicose veins and thrombosis is used by many generations because it is highly beneficial.

Magical Recipe for Varicose Veins and Thrombosis

What do you need (ingredients):

  • 1 glass of sheep milk
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  • 1 baby soap
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How to make it (preparation):

After grinding the baby soap in the milk, apply the mixture on the affected area. Rub the mixture on the affected area three times a day.

You can also make compress with greater amount of the mixture and place it on the legs. Once you start with the treatment apply and rub the mixture 3 times every day.


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