Every week we get a couple of new products and old products long forgotten on the market that are solutions to every day problems. Women and men alike can start getting varicose veins in their late 30’s and the problem can get much worse in their 40’s and 50’s and onward. Dr. Oz recommended a product called Butcher’s Broom extract that can help in the home cure of this condition.
Varicose veins or arteries are veins that have had the leaflets of the valves in the legs not functioning properly and the blood flows backwards enlarging the veins and becoming unsightly and eventually painful. The veins that have become varicose can also itch a lot and eventually turn into ulcers from scratching.
It’s really quite a problem and millions of men and women in America are constantly looking for varicose vein cures at home and from their doctors. Some non surgery options are getting sclerotherapy, elevating the legs, exercise and elastic stockings. There are some alternative therapies that have proven be effective as well like radio frequency ablation, endovenous laser treatment, ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy and a few others.
While those are all great, you can’t easily do them at home when you’re in pain or your problem has gotten out of control. Doctor Oz on the Dr. Oz show mentioned a therapy you can do at home using Butcher’s Broom extract and using this in your favorite moisturizer or lotion.
You’ll need to buy the liquid form of Butcher’s Broom extract and not the pill form. Then you just mix the Butcher’s Broom extract into your lotion or moistorizer and spread it on your problem areas. The Butcher’s Broom constricts the blood vessels over time and takes the thickness and swelling out helping them not to itch as much.
The application from your treated moisturizer should be left on your varicose veins for a few minutes and repeated twice a day. After a couple weeks you should notice results and reduced size and inflammation in your problem areas.
How varicose veins form
Animation to show how varicose veins form in the body.
The content is intended for general information only and does not replace the need for personal advice from a qualified health professional.
What Causes Varicose Veins?
Venous Insufficiency (Varicose Veins) – from Society for Vascular Surgery
When most people hear the words vascular, they think of a very common affliction called varicose veins. Affecting more than 20 million Americans, varicose veins represents one form of chronic venous insufficiency over an entire spectrum of venous disease. This paper explores in more detail what is meant by the term chronic venous insufficiency.
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