Varicose veins are not only unaesthetic. They pose a medical risk because they favor the appearance of inflammation of the veins and thrombosis.
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- 100% natural product
- Produced in Bulgaria
- According to the prescriptions of the Bulgarian healer Petar Dimkov
- One month supply per pack
Herbal mixture №14 of "Zdravnitza" is composed of 8 types of Bulgarian herbs that can be used can be used as an aid in varicose veins. The amount is enough for a one-month intake!
Herbal mixture №14 of "Zdravnitza" contains no poisonous and hazardous to the health of plants. Herbal mixture №14 meets the requirements of the "Bulgarian State Standard" and the Ministry of Health in Bulgaria.
The plant has strong anti-inflammatory, cleansing, diuretic, detoxifying, diuretic and diaphoretic action. White birch purifies the blood and improves metabolism.
Yarrow is a diuretic, lowers blood pressure and affects heart rate. It also regulates blood circulation by dilating narrowed blood vessels and constricting over-dilated ones. For this reason it is prescribed for varicose veins and ulcers, venous stasis, phlebitis and hemorrhoids.
The herb has a hemostatic, anti-inflammatory and phytoncide effect. Bulgarian folk medicine uses blackberry leaves for varicose veins, hemorrhoids, gastritis, heavy menstruation and more.
The herb supports the healing processes of connective tissue, epidermis and mucous membranes, maintaining the elasticity of blood vessels. Horsetail has a beneficial effect on edema as a result of improper blood circulation.
The herb has a hemostatic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and wound healing effect. Folk medicine uses knotgras for hemorrhages of various natures.
False acacia (Black locust)
The herb has an anti-inflammatory effect. Acacia balances blood pressure and is used for hemorrhages of various natures.
Rhubarb root is also used to quickly heal ulcers, scabies, burns. The astringent properties of rhubarb make it useful for stopping the bleeding of small wounds.
The herb has been used for thousands of years as an aid in various health problems. Iceland moss, also called Iceland moss, has a tonic and anti-inflammatory effect. The herb is used in the recipe because of the polysaccharides it contains, which have interferon-stimulating and adaptogenic properties.
Herbal mixture №14 contains 200 g of dried herbs in the ratio:
- White birch - bark (Betula pendula): 20%
- Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium): 20%
- Blackberry - leaves (Rubus Fruticosus): 10%
- Horsetail (Equisetum Arvense): 10%
- Knotgras (Polygonum Aviculare): 10%
- False acacia (Robinia Pseudoacacia): 10%
- Rhubarb - root (Rheum Palmatum): 10%
- Iceland moss (Cetraria Islandica): 10%
Method of preparation:
Boil 2 tablespoons of the herbal mixture in 500 g of water. Strain and drink 150 g before meals.
The herbal mixture can also be used externally - to make compresses. After making the tea in the above way, soak a linen or cotton cloth and apply on the affected area. Wrap the compress with a towel. The compress made in this way lasts for about two hours.
Store in a dry, ventilated, protected from direct sunlight.
Packing: 200 g