Varicose veins usually appear in the late 20s, and the condition is aggravated if it is not treated properly and on time. Women are more prone to varicose veins, even though men can suffer from it as well.


Despite genetics, these are the other most common risk factors for varicose veins:

  • Age
  • Circulation issues
  • Hormonal changes
  • Lack of physical exercise

Yet, the remedy we suggest today is completely natural and effective. It has been recommended by a mother who claims that it gave almost immediate effects.

She wrote:

“This remedy completely treated my varicose veins, an issue I fought against for years.. What’s even better, it is much better and faster than any other creams and therapies I have tried. “

The recipe this woman used consists of apple cider vinegar, aloe era, and carrots. This is how to make this miraculous varicose veins remedy:


  • 1/2 cup of Aloe Vera pulp
  • apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 cup of carrots


Add the chopped carrots and aloe vera in a blender and blend them until smooth. Start adding ACV, mixing continuously until you get a creamy texture. Once you’ve prepared this remedy put it in a small container and use it when necessary.

How to use it

Apply the mixture on the affected area and put your feet up for 30 minutes. Rinse with cold water when you’re done and repeat the process until you feel better. Soon you’ll notice significant improvements and as time passes by your varicose veins will become a problem of the past.


You can also try massaging your feet and legs, but never directly on the areas with varicose veins. Start at the feet and move gradually to the hips, without applying too much pressure. Use the palms of your hands and avoid exerting too much pressure with the fingertips. You can use cypress essential oil, it’s excellent for massage because it helps reduce fluid retention and improves circulation. Juniper essential oil is another excellent option because it is a great local stimulant. For best results, keep your legs elevated at a 45 degree angle while you perform the massage.

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