- bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva–ursi) leaves – 50 g;
- mint leaves – 50 g;
- lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) leaves – 50 g;
- restharrow (Ononis spinosa) root – 50 g;
- nettle leaves – 50 g;
- wild chestnuts – 20 g.
Cover 2 tablespoons of the herb mixture with 400 ml of boiling water and let it sit for 2 hours. Drink 120 ml before a meal 4 times a day.
- asparagus stems – 100 g;
- nettle root – 100 g.
Boil 2 tablespoons of the herb mixture in 500 ml of water for 5 minutes. Drink 120 ml before a meal 4 times a day.
Mix 2 ground fresh potatoes and a teaspoon of baking soda and apply as a poultice.
Boil a litre of buffalo milk and pour in the juice of one lemon while it`s still warm. Once it cools down, strain through a cloth and apply to the affected area every 6 hours. Clean the spot with warm water before each new application. Repeat for 3 consecutive days.
Apply crushed wild chestnut leaves to the affected area and leave overnight. Take fresh cabbage leaves, remove the bigger veins, crush the leaves lightly with a wooden spoon and apply to the affected area every morning and evening. Always rinse clean with water and dry well before applying a fresh badge of leaves. Cover the leaves with a piece of cloth or bandage and put a piece of woolen cloth or a scarf over that. This poultice is effective for treating both internal and external varicose veins.