The Most Effective Remedy For Swollen Feet

The Most Effective Remedy For Swollen Feet

A very popular and unpleasant problem with most people is swollen feet. It is caused by the accumulation of large volume of fluid in the subcutaneous tissues. Some of the reasons for this problem include heart failure, heat, kidney disease, blood vessel disease, pregnancy and hormonal disorders.

The accumulation of fluid in the legs is a common cause of swollen feet. Swelling is the collection of excess fluid in any part of the body. The entire leg or part of it may become larger than normal. The swelling may be painless or may be accompanied by various symptoms such as pain, tenderness, erythema(redness), pruritus(itching), stiffness, numbness or bruises.

Other symptoms that may accompany swollen feet include:

  • Stiffness
  • Pain or tenderness
  • Burning sensation
  • Formation of nodules
  • Pruritus (itching)
  • Bleeding or bruising
  • Numbness
  • Difficulty in walking or standing
  • Erythema (redness) or heat
  • Difficulty moving the foot, ankle or toes;
  • Tingling or other abnormal sensations.

These symptoms should not be ignored and the attention of a doctor should be sought immediately to ascertain the cause of the swelling.

Natural medicine has many solutions to this problem, however, the most successful of them all is the infusion of parsley which gradually expels excess fluid from the body.

The Most Effective Remedy For Swollen Feet


This will require fresh parsley, the entire plant including its roots. Wash properly and chop it in a food processor or blender. Pour the mixture into a thermos and add 500 ml of hot water. Allow it to infuse throughout the night. Strain and drain the infusion in the morning. This volume of liquid is calculated for one day and should be taken in 3 rounds.

Drink the mixture for 2 consecutive days and then give a gap of 3 days. Drink the infusion for another 2 days. You will see how your feet will deflate and you will be able to wear your shoes again.

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