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Rebuilding damaged capillaries and preventing further degradation is the best way to slow the progression of varicose veins on your body, and marigold can help you do just that. The petals of this flower possess a unique chemical makeup that gives them numerous beneficial properties. Boil the petals and then soak a rag in the steeped water, applying it gently to the affected areas. This can stimulate blood flow and promote the repair of capillaries, due to the high vitamin C and antioxidant content found in marigold. These flowers are widely available, and have proven highly effective in stopping the spread of varicose veins. Protection Status
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