Apply a layer of honey on a piece of linen and press to the area of varicose expansion. Cover with a piece of nylon and put a bandage on. Do not remove the compress for 2 hours on the first day, for 4 hours – on the second and the third day, and then keep it on for the whole night. Honey has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect and hastens the healing of venous ulcers.


Prepare a mixture of St. John’s wort (stalks – 40 g.), chamomile (blossoms – 30 g.), and field horsetail (stalks – 30 g.).

Pour 0,5 l. of boiling water over the dry shredded mixture and let it boil for 15 minutes. After 1 hour, filter and drink warm 1/4 of a cup, adding honey to your taste. Take the infusion 3 times a day, 20 minutes before meals. Use it as a compress in ulcer treatment. In the meantime, take 1/2 teaspoon of pollen 3 times daily.


Shred some St. John's wort and mix it with a tenfold amount of vegetable oil, preferably olive oil. Heat in boiling bath for three hours at low heat. After 8 hours, pour out the oil, straining the herb well, stir the resulting oil extract and filter. Use it to treat varicose leg ulcers and damaged diseased skin. In the meantime, take ½ teaspoon of pollen 3 times a day. The treatment should continue for six weeks.


Pour 0,5 l. of boiling water over 2 tablespoons of shredded hop cones and keep in boiling water bath for 15 minutes. Let it cool off and after 30 minutes strain and drink 1 cup 3 times a day, half an hour before meals. Take 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of pollen 2-3 times daily.


Prepare a mixture of St. John's wort (stalks – 20 g.), marigold (blossoms - 20g.), chamomile (blossoms - 20g.), common oak (leaves - 10g.), field horsetail (stalks - 10g.) pansy (stalks - 10g.), yarrow (stalks - 10g.).

Pour 2 cups of boiling water over 2 tablespoons of the dry shredded mixture and strain in 2 hours. Use both for compress therapy and washing of varicose ulcers. In the meantime, take 1/2 teaspoon of pollen 3 times daily.


Upon ruptured varicose veins, prepare a salve of fuller’s earth and honey. Grind the clean baked fuller’s earth and gradually add 30-percent aqueous solution of pure nectar honey. Stir to form slurry. Apply on the wound and bandage it. Change the bandage every night.



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