How to Heal Varicose Veins Using Tomato – A Very Effective Way You Need To Try

Varicose veins are a common problem in which abnormally enlarged veins appear close to the skin’s surface. They usually occur in the calves and thighs when the veins develop weakened walls or poorly functioning valves, which regulate blood flow.

Medical and surgical treatments for varicose veins can be very expensive. You can try some home remedies to decrease the severity of varicose veins as well as reduce some of the discomfort they can cause.

Here, we will present you one effective recipe for the treatment of this condition.

Green Tomatoes for Varicose Veins

Most people know the beneficial properties of tomatoes, but not all are familiar with the fact that the tomatoes can cure the varicose veins.

All you need to do is to wash a few green tomatoes and cut them into circle slices (or rings). Then on the nodes of varicose veins and the vein capillary network place the slices of green tomatoes.

If necessary, fixate them with some bandage. Keep tomatoes at these locations until you feel a tingling sensation on the skin. If you cannot stand the feeling, remove the tomatoes as soon as you feel a burning sensation, and wash the veins with cold water.

The result will be visible very soon, if this procedure goes well. This procedure should be repeated 5 times a day, continuously.

After 2 weeks the venous nodes will start to fade, from the implementation of these everyday procedures. The swelling, capillary network, pain and nodes in the veins will eventually disappear.

On the other side, matured red tomato can also help in the treatment of the varicose veins.
The treatment of varicose veins with ripe red tomatoes

Tomato has healing properties because in it 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. Plus, the tomato has flavanoids that strengthen the blood vessel walls. [source]



I’m ARAR ROMOROSA, a Filipino, living in Uruguay, a passionate web developer, traveler, researcher, and writer. I want to take risks, meet interesting people, go hard, challenge myself, and explore the world.

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