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Varicose Veins – Dilated Swollen Veins – Causes, Symptoms, Remedies, Dietary Considerations

Veins are thin walled vessels through which the impure blood is carried back to the heart. They usually have valves which regulate the flow of blood towards the heart. Varicose veins are a condition in which veins become enlarged, dilated, or thickened. This condition can occur in any part of the body but generally appear in the legs.


– Swelling along the course of the veins.
– Muscular cramps.
– Feeling of tiredness in the legs behind the knees.
– In some cases, blood flow towards the heart may be reversed when patient is in an upright position.
– Skin becomes purplish and pigmented.
– Severe pain.


– It results from sluggish circulation due to various factors such as constipation, dietetic errors, lack of exercise, and smoking.
– It can be caused by standing for long periods.
– It can be caused by wearing tight clothing.
– It can also be caused by pregnancy which may cause increased pressure in the pelvis and abdomen which slows down the flow of blood from lower extremities to the heart.
– It can also be caused by obesity.


– NUTRIENTS : Certain nutrients like vitamin E and C are effective in the treatment of this disease. This will subside the patient of pain and leg cramps associated with varicose veins.
– MARIGOLD : A compress of marigold herb should be applied externally. The flowers of this herb can also be applied externally over varicose ulcers .
– VEGETABLE JUICES : Raw vegetable juices especially carrot juice in combination with spinach juice are proved beneficial in the treatment of this disease.
– Taking hot Epsom salt bath, two times in a week, will prove effective in treating varicose veins.
– Applying cider vinegar to the varicose veins two times a day would prove helpful in treating the problem.


Avoid having potatoes, starchy foods, condiments, alcohol, coffee, strong tea, white flour products and white sugar, when suffering from varicose veins.
– Follow juice diet for four or five days or on an all-fruit diet for seven to ten days.
– Follow a well balanced diet afterwards.
– Emphasize on grains, seeds, nuts, raw vegetables and fresh fruits.

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