Garlic Ointment: Court 6 cloves garlic and mix into thin sheets with 3 tablespoons of olive oil and lemon juice. Stir the mixture and put it in a glass container with a cork stopper. Let stand for 12 hours. Apply the ointment garlic after circularly massaged the area.
Miracle Tea: Add two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a cup of tea and Apply with a cotton swab on varicose veins in the morning and at night.
Acupressure: Press the Xue Hai, Feng Shi, Susanli, and Jin San Jiao.
Xue Hai Point is located on the inside of the leg, in the depression just above the knee.
Feng Shi Stand up and relax your arms to both sides. Where your fingers reach the end, on the outside of the thigh of the leg, this is the Feng Shi point.
Susanli point is three inches below the knee, and one inch outwards.
San Yin Jiao is on the inside of the leg in the center, three inches above the ankle bone.
Hydrotherapy: Get two buckets high and wide enough to fit both your legs to the knees. Fill one with hot water (but not so hot that you burn yourself) and the other with cold water. Add 8 tablespoons of Epsom salts (or witch hazel) per gallon of water. Soak your legs in the bucket of warm water for 3 minutes and then in cold water for 30 seconds. Repeat three times ending with the cold water. Repeat every day once a day. You will see results in a month or so. If you have diabetes, use warm water instead of hot.
Another remedy with apple cider vinegar: With a sponge soaked in apple cider vinegar apply it to the varicose veins. Repeat twice a day, every day for a month. During the month of treatment, take two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water twice a day.
Witch hazel: Witch hazel contains tannins that are astringent and reduce varicose veins. Apply directly from the bottle with a cotton ball.