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7 NATURAL REMEDIES TO RELIEVE PAIN IN THE SOLES OF THE FEET

Updated on March 10, 2016

Although we can apply these remedies at any time of day it is convenient to do at night, as this foot will have time to rest and absorb the benefits. It is very

While these support our weight and allow us to move whenever we want, we usually restarles very important.

If we add the fact of using high heels or inappropriate types of footwear, we find that are at high risk of getting sick.
Fortunately, thanks to the properties of some natural ingredients, we can prepare a number of home remedies to relax and to calm the pain.

This time we want to share the 7 most interesting do not hesitate to apply whenever you feel necessary. Aim!

1. Cucumber
Cucumber pulp has anti-inflammatory properties that help us relax your feet after having long walks with shoes too tight.
Ingredients

2 large cucumbers
½ cup water (125 ml)

How do I prepare?

Chopped cucumbers not withdraw its shell, take them to the blender and procésalos with the help of half a cup of water.
Pour the resulting juice in a large bowl and dip your feet for 15 minutes.
Try to massage a couple of minutes each and rinsed.
Use it whenever you feel tired.

2. Olive oil

A simple massage with olive oil helps reduce swelling and circulation problems that affect the health of the feet.
Ingredients

10 drops of olive oil

How do I prepare?

Place 5 drops of olive oil on the palms of your hands and rub them on one of the affected feet.
Then repeat the same action with the other foot.
Cover them with socks and let them rest.

3. Manzanilla
The anti-inflammatory properties of chamomile are very useful to reduce swelling and pain that focuses on the soles of the feet.
Ingredients

3 tablespoons of chamomile flowers (30 g)
1 liter of water

How do I prepare?

Put to boil the water and pour liter of chamomile flowers.
Let stand until the infusion is at a bearable temperature and dip your feet in the liquid.
Repeat treatment every night for a week at a.

4. Apple cider vinegar and almond oil

A simple combination of apple cider vinegar with almond oil can help us relax your feet.
Ingredients

½ cup apple cider vinegar (125 ml)
1 tablespoon almond oil (14 g)
½ cup water (125 ml)

How do I prepare?

Put to heat water and add apple cider vinegar and tablespoon of almond oil.
When you sit and reach a bearable temperature, soak your feet for 20 minutes.
Massages to complement their effects and use it whenever you want to feel relief.

5. Mint
Peppermint tea has a relaxing power that we can help to relieve pain and inflammation in the body.
Ingredients

7 mint leaves
1 liter of water

How do I prepare?

Put to boil a liter of water and, when it comes to a boil, it incorporates seven mint leaves.
Let the decoction is made for 10 or 15 minutes and remove from heat.
When you reach a bearable temperature, soak the foot 20 minutes.
Use it before going to sleep, whenever you feel pain.
6. Eucalyptus essential oil

Eucalyptus essential oil has analgesic and anti-inflammatory action we can take to ease the pain in the soles of the feet.
Ingredients

10 drops of essential oil of eucalyptus
1 liter of water

How do I prepare?

Pour the ten drops of eucalyptus essential oil in a bowl with a quart of warm water.
Dip your feet for 15 to 20 minutes and move them into the water.
Abrígalos dry them well and with some socks.

7. Lavender essential oil

Another good remedy to relieve this ailment is the essential oil of lavender. This not only relaxes us with its sweet smell, but has an anti-inflammatory effect which helps to relieve the affected area.
Ingredients

10 drops of lavender essential oil
1 liter of water

How do I prepare?

Put water to boil, add lavender oil and let sit.
Once you reach a suitable temperature, soak your feet and leave for 15 minutes.
Repeated use whenever you feel pain.

As you can notice, all these remedies are very easy to prepare and can be made with ingredients you have at home.

Try them and say goodbye to that uncomfortable pain.

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