Natural Treatments for Varicose Veins


Varicose veins affect women much more frequently than men and can be a very ugly and painful condition. Besides surgery and injections, conventional medicine does not have much to offer the treatment of varicose veins. Thankfully, naturopathic medicine offers many alternative treatments for the prevention and treatment of this condition.

What causes varicose veins?

Being overweight, hormonal changes and insufficient circulation due to lack of exercise can all be causative factors in the development of varicose veins.

Natural Treatments for Varicose Veins

1.Flavonoids from fruits and vegetables are helpful at decreasing the incidence of varicose veins. Dark pigmented fruits are high in flavonoids. Bilberry, blackberries, cherries , prunes, blueberries and cranberries and are all high in flavonoids. VitaFruits and VitaVeggies from VitaTree Nutritionals contain these important flavonoids, a great natural treatment for varicose veins. Click here for more info on VitaFruits and VitaVeggies, whole food vitamins.
2.Weight loss is usually mandatory for men and women who suffer from varicose veins. Green tea is an effective fat burner, and also contains phytochemicals that can increase the tone of blood vessels. Green tea is the key ingredient in the effective weight loss supplement, VitaTree Fat Burner. For more info see VitaTree Fat Burner, click here.

3. Regular exercise that involves the legs. Jogging, walking, cycling and swimming are great exercises that involve the legs and help to keep the circulation going, thus helpful in the treatment and prevention of varicose veins.

Varicose veins can be treated naturally and prevented by using various alternative medicine protocols. Remember that any supplement you consider taking should always be a whole food vitamin, made directly from nature’s finest nutrients. For more info on the best whole food vitamins, visit www.vitatree.com.

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