When it comes to the medical treatment for spider veins, also known medically as telangiectasia or venulectasias, most people will think of sclerotherapy and laser therapy. Besides, herbal remedies may offer help and, hopefully, relief too. And the most popular herbs for varicose and spider veins include butcher’s broom, witch hazel, ginkgo biloba, apple cider vinegar, gotu kola, horse chestnut, Xin Yi Hua (Flos Magnoliae), hawthorn, Huang Qin (Radix Scutellariae), grapeseed, Bai Zhi (Radix Angelicae Dahuricae), cayenne pepper, St. Johns’ Wort, bilberry, lavender, chamomile, rosemary, calendula, and so on. Continue reading Herbs That Help Spider Veins
As an astringent herbal extract, witch hazel is often recommended by herbalists to treat a variety of skin problems, which can be unsightly and embarrassing although haven’t any inherent health risks. So, does witch hazel work for spider veins? To be honest, currently limited research has investigated the efficacy and effectiveness of this treatment although it is widely used as a folk remedy for this condition. For that reason, if possible talk to your doctor to find out whether or not this herbal remedy is the best for your condition. Continue reading Does Witch Hazel Clear Spider Veins?