Get Rid Of Bunions Naturally With This Simple But Powerful Remedy

Bunions are salt deposits caused
by influenza, tonsillitis, gout, poor metabolism, improper nutrition,
rheumatic infections, and uncomfortable shoes.

 

It seriously affects your everyday
life. Many people are unable to find fitting footwear, which is quite
frustrating, and that’s not even mentioning bunions’ unattractive
appearance.


 

Here’s a simple, effective recipe to get rid of bunions:

-Pour 10 oz (or 300 ml) of water over a tablespoon of crushed bay leaves. Cook for 5 minutes and keep in a thermos overnight.

-Strain the liquid in the morning and take small sips throughout the day. Remember: you should not drink it all at once.

-Do the same for three days in a row, and make sure you prepare a fresh drink every evening. Repeat the treatment after a week.

-The
only thing that may surprise you is the frequent urination. This is
normal. It shows that the salt in your body is dissolving.

You should notice some improvement after 10 days. You’ll notice joint pain disappearing and you will feel much better.

The bay leaf treatment should last for 2 months and your bunions will eventually disappear.

Finely
crush 5 large bay leaves and pour in 100 ml of 96% alcohol. Leave it
for a week and strain. Apply this home remedy on your bunions.

For better results soak your feet in this mixture before you start the remedy:

-3L of warm water
-1 tablespoon of baking soda.

Dry your feet with a towel, apply the remedy and put on some cotton socks.

When
combined together, aspirin and iodine is a great topical ointment that
gives great results when it comes to treating bunions and similar
growths, as well as joint pain.

Alternative remedy

Use regular soap to relieve pain and inflammations caused by bunions.

Apply
some shredded soap on your bunions and gently massage the area. Rinse
well, dry your feet using a towel and apply some iodine.

For
optimal absorption apply the iodine in a grid or net-like drawing. Soak a
cotton bud in some povidone-iodine and draw a “net” over the affected
area. Cross over some horizontal and vertical lines, a centimeter from
each other. Let it dry and put your cotton socks on. Repeat the
procedure for 30 days.

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