Basti (Bowel cleansing therapy), Raktamokshana (Leech therapy), and Siravyadha (Bloodletting) therapies are found to be very effective Panchakarma therapies. Internal medicines like KaishoraGuggulu and TriphalaGuggulu are widely used. Leeches have long been accustomed treat varicose veins. The leeches are usually applied near the source of the matter to securely and rapidly relieve the strain. This procedure is employed by Ayurvedic practitioners to treat severe varicose veins since it’s safe.With Ayurveda treatment varicose veins are often effectively managed and further damage are often prevented.
The patients are usually asked to steer clear of Foods like Refined carbohydrates, Sugar, Alcohol, Salty and spicy foods. Including vitamin K in the diet is encouraged as it aids normal blood flow and clotting functions. Vitamin K also protects blood vessels from swelling and fracturing by strengthening their walls and thus is extremely beneficial in varicose veins. Broccoli, lettuce, spinach, meats, fermented foods, and cheese are high in this vitamin.
Other beneficial foods are Avocado, Garlic, Beetroot, Asparagus, Rosemary, ginger, cherries, Buckwheat, and Pineapples. Food items rich in Flavonoids called Rutin and Anthocyanins like Apples, Grapes, Capers, and Black olives are highly recommended. Astringent and bitter-tasting foods have healing effects on Varicose veins. Choosing a diet rich in bioflavonoids also can help with vein insufficiencies. Foods high in Vitamin C, Niacin, Vitamin B3, Omega 3 fatty acids, and fibre can help in better management of the patient’s health.