How to Treat and Cure Varicose Veins with Tomatoes

How to Treat and Cure Varicose Veins with Tomatoes
How to Treat and Cure Varicose Veins with Tomatoes
How to Treat and Cure Varicose Veins with Tomatoes

There are millions of people around the world with varicose veins problem, today we will discuss how to treat and cure varicose veins with tomatoes.

This is a 100% natural, organic and effective way to treat and cure varicose veins problem without prescription.

What is varicose veins?

Varicose veins are swollen dead veins that lie under the skin. They are generally found on legs, and they look very dark in color and lumpy. They develop whenever the blood stop flowing properly throughout the veins.

Below is how you can treat and cure this disease without prescription.

How to treat and cure varicose veins with tomatoes?

It is very simply you can use either green or red tomatoes. Start off by slicing the tomatoes in rings and put over the dead veins found on your skin. You should find a tingling sensation after some time and if this tingling sensation starts to get burning remove the tomatoes immediately.

You must apply these tomatoes to the varicose veins skin for at least 2 hours to get the full effect. And if you do that for at least 14 days you will notice a great improvement in your skin looks and feels.

I recommend that you apply them at night with some bandage to hold the tomatoes, this way you will not be bothered and the tomatoes will have enough time to do its magic. But it is up to you, just remember to have them for at least 2 hours.

Why tomatoes to cure varicose veins?

Red and green tomatoes contain an acid that is anticoagulant which dilutes the blood and does not stagnate, plus they also strengthen the blood vessel walls due to flavonoid found in tomatoes.

You see your skin has thousands of holes of spoors were the water and other nutrients can penetrate the system and deploy its nutrients. This is how you treat varicose veins with tomatoes. It is 100% natural and effective!

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