Bulgarian Home Remedies For Buerger’s Disease
In one bucket full with hot water, dissolve about 150 mg of sea salt. Wait for the hot water to become tolerably hot. In the mean time put your feet (or whichever is affected by the buerger’s disease) in cold water, and after a couple of minutes, put your feet into the tolerably hot water. It is recommended to repeat this procedure at night time.
In addition, make the following infusion: Put 25-30 dried peach leaves in 2.5 l of boiling water. Boil them for 10 minutes, and then let them steep for another 15 minutes. Strain and drink the infusion throughout the day, making sure that this is the only liquid you drink for the day.
You can do the same infusion, but instead of using dried peach leaves, you can use dried hops pods. It is important to know, not to drink an infusion that was prepared the day before – always drink fresh infusions on the day when they were prepared.
The third remedy for buerger’s disease that you can do in addition to the first two is the following:
Make a dough from mixing corn flour with organic vinegar. Place the dough on the affected area, and keep it on for at least 2 hours. Repeat the procedure every day strictly for three weeks.
- fig leaves – 30 g;
- juniper berries – 30 g;
- field eryngo (Eryngium campestre) stems – 30 g;
- coriander berries – 30 g;
- meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) root – 30 g;
- agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) stems – 30 g;
- coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara) leaves – 30 g;
- nettle leaves – 30 g;
- camomile flowers – 30 g;
- bloody cranesbill (Geranium sanguineum) root – 20 g.
Boil 2 tablespoons of the herb mixture in 500 ml of water for 5 minutes. Drink 120 ml before a meal 4 times a day.
Mix 1 kg of honey with 100 g of pure sulfur. Take a coffee spoon of the mixture every morning after a meal.
In addition, mix the following ingredients and apply the paste to the affected area in the morning and in the evening:
- 10 g of chewing gum;
- 50 ml of turpentine;
- 200 g of finely ground and sieved cornflour;
- 1 kg of honey.