When inflammation of the vein walls occurs, it is a disease called phlebitis. This disease can affect the superficial veins, but also the blood vessels located deeper in the body. In the latter case, the condition is more severe and requires urgent treatment, as there is a risk of blood clots forming which can lead to partial or complete clogging of the artery. Causes of phlebitis can include a long period of immobility, varicose veins, minor vein injuries, and tight clothing that prevents normal blood circulation in the body.

Varicose veins are the most common form of venous disorder. Other hemorrhoids, phlebitis and thrombosis. Varicose veins are the result of vein covers that no longer close properly. The return of blood to the heart is difficult so that blood stasis occurs in the lower part of the body, the veins dilate, twist and come out more to the surface of the skin. There is a risk of heavy bleeding on impact. If a varicose vein begins to bleed, seek medical attention immediately. Bleeding can cause inflammation of the veins as well as the formation of ulcers, and thrombosis or embolism can also occur. Vein dilation is affected by being overweight, insufficient movement, prolonged standing, and weakened tissue. With natural methods of treatment, varicose veins can be regenerated.

Inadequate blood flow from the legs to the heart is mainly caused by damage to the leg veins and the inability of the small vein valves to help bring blood to the upper body. There are several causes that contribute to such a condition, e.g., genetic factors, obesity, hormone treatment, prolonged standing, and increased pressure in the abdominal cavity. Some people are particularly prone to venous disorders, especially those who have a familial predisposition to varicose veins, women during pregnancy or those taking birth control pills, and people whose professional activity requires prolonged standing or lifting heavy loads.


- Eat foods that are rich in minerals and vitamins, and low in fat and calories
- Eat as much onion and garlic as possible, preferably raw
- If you are overweight, try to reduce it
- Chestnut, arnica, yarrow, celosia and rue teas will prevent constipation, inflammation and edema
- Apply dead nettle compresses, and use marigold ointment as it tightens the tissue and relieves inflammation
- Regulate regular digestion, and enemas as needed
- Tincture of ginkgo biloba leaves that prevents thrombosis in varicose veins
- Baths with the addition of essential oils of lemon, rosemary, sandalwood, cypress
- Drink one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water or lightly lubricate varicose veins
- Try to avoid standing for long periods, especially on hard surfaces and in high-heeled shoes
- In summer, do not stay in the sun for long
- Take a shower alternately with hot and cold water
- Move as much as possible in the fresh air to encourage better circulation
- Yoga postures can prevent varicose veins
- Partial baths in warm water and underwater massage
- To relieve the veins, try to keep your legs slightly elevated and gently massage them
- Try not to lift heavy loads
- Exercise regularly


Necessarily consult a doctor.