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Pineapple and lemon juice for Varicose Veins and Vomiting
Inflammation of the veins, seen on the limbs is referred to as varicose veins. It is more obvious, when the individual is standing. Cramps and fatigue are common varicose vein symptoms of an affected limb. Pineapple juice is an effective remedy, and the effect is attributed to the bromelain present in them. Vegetable juices are useful, as they ensure proper and healthy collagen.
How to cure varicose veins? Slight modification in the diet and lifestyle helps. Fiber rich foods are opted for. Avoid refined foods, such as white flour, sugar, baked products and so on. Elastic supportive stockings are of great help. Practicing sarvangasana yoga (shoulder stand) benefits varicose veins. Reduce and maintain your body weight. Regular physical activity and workout sessions help. Avoid standing or sitting for long hours. The Endogenous Ligation treatment is a type of varicose veins laser treatment. This technique involves the internal administration of laser, which increases the heat in the vein and closes the same.
Vomiting treatment depends on the underlying cause. A number of vomiting remedies involve the usage of juice therapy. Green ginger juice and onion juice prove effective to combat vomiting and nausea. Lemon juice is good for vomiting caused due to food poisoning. Vomiting due to acidity is treated with sugar cane juice.
Treatment for vomiting also involves licking dry ginger, sucking sugar coated lime, holy basil leaves decoction, and ground cardamom seeds and so on. Certain other vomiting cures involve sipping of cold lime juice. Ginger tea is also effective. Vomiting cure also involves a juice made with a teaspoon each of honey, mint juice, lemon juice and half a teaspoon of ginger juice.
Aggravated by the strains of constipation. Use whole cereals and take 8 fl oz (225ml) apple juice each day in the morning.
Try these juices:
Asparagus 2 fl oz (50ml) three times a day. Potato 12 fl oz (350ml) a day.
Nausea, If the cause is not apparent, seek medical advice. If caused through indiscreet eating and/or drinking rest is helpful with one of the following:
Papaya 12 fl oz (350ml).
|Submitted on January 16, 2014|