Image: Herbal remedies that increase blood circulation in the feet

(Natural News) The feet are a humble but important part of the body. If they are not getting enough fresh blood, they will be unfit for walking. Fortunately, there are natural remedies that can improve blood circulation in the feet.

Poor circulation of blood in the feet can cause considerable pain and make the extremities numb to feeling for long periods of time. These unpleasant sensations can make it very difficult to walk or even stand.

Paying a visit to a healthcare provider can cost a lot of money. The effects of the treatment is also temporary.

Natural remedies offer an alternative way of treating poor blood circulation in the feet. Many of these options may be more effective at improving the blood flow through your feet than the pharmaceutical drugs prescribed by doctors. (Related: The persimmon tree shows promise as a natural remedy that can improve blood circulation.)

Gingko biloba naturally thins the blood so it flows more easily

Also called “ginkgo” or “gingko,” ginkgo biloba is one of the oldest and best-known medicinal plants found in nature. It has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to improve blood circulation.

The leaves of the ginkgo tree contain a natural blood thinner that prevents blood platelets from clumping together. This lowers the chance of a blood clot forming in a blood vessel. Blood clots can block the flow of blood and cause a deadly stroke.

Clearly, ginkgo improves circulation throughout the body. Because of its blood thinning effect, this powerful medicinal herb should not be taken with other medication unless a healthcare provider gives it an okay.

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A word of warning when ordering ginkgo from an online store: E-retailers may lie to you about the natural qualities of their products. Get it only from trusted sources.

Eating lots of garlic is good for your feet and the rest of your body

An alternative way of warding off ailments and illness is to add as much garlic to your diet as your palate can stand. Eating several cloves a day is a natural way to manage blood pressure levels.

Garlic is particularly beneficial for patients with diabetes who often suffer from poor blood circulation. Its antiseptic properties help eliminate microbial infections that might be causing inflammation and swelling.

Furthermore, it can also help decrease the amount of glucose that thickens the blood. In addition, it may lower blood cholesterol levels that will otherwise cause the blood vessels to thicken and stiffen.

By reducing both excess blood sugar and bad cholesterol in the body, garlic confers its beneficial effects on blood pressure. The spice can be considered important to the circulatory system.

These tasty berries are very good for your feet’s blood vessels

There are more than 1,000 species of shrubs and trees that fall under the collective term of “hawthorn.” The edible berries borne by these plants have medicinal qualities, hence why they were traditionally used to treat circulatory problems.

Eating hawthorn berries on a regular basis will help improve the flow of blood through the body. For best results, the berries can be taken with cayenne pepper, garlic, and ginkgo biloba. The combination of the four plants will do wonders for the circulation of blood in the ankles and feet.

Another fruit that should be high on the list is bilberry. Also called huckleberry, it is usually found in forests and the fields near those woods. Not only does it help alleviate circulatory problems in the feet and the rest of the body, huckleberry also improves vision and eye health.

Sources include:

Homeo-Pathic.esy.es

NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov


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