Mix Olive Oil and Garlic and Say Goodbye To Varicose Veins



Did you know olive oil, garlic and lemon can help you treat varicose veins at home?

In today’s video, you will learn how to make a varicose vein ointment with olive oil, garlic, and lemon.

Varicose veins affect our appearance, tiredness, and leg pain. It is a fact that most women will suffer it at some point in their lives.

Of course, men can also have varicose veins, but they are more common in women.

Varicose veins are enlarged veins. Do you know what veins do? After blood circulates the body, they take it back to the heart and lungs, where the exchange of carbon dioxide for oxygen happens.

If this process doesn't happen correctly, it can cause poor circulation, pain, swelling, a sensation of heaviness, itchiness, and even embolism.

An alternative but highly efficient way of treating varicose veins at home is using an ointment made with olive oil, garlic, and lemon.

To get the desired results, you need constant treatment. Try combining the use of this ointment with physical activities and a healthy, balanced diet.

These healthy habits will improve your circulatory health, and reduce inflammation and excess weight, which are factors that affect your vein's health.

0:00 Introduction
0:11 What are varicose veins?
0:42 How to treat varicose veins at home
2:00 Outro

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