Homemade “boots” made of clay that remove fatigue and cramps

http://www.unsplash.com


If you have a house with a garden, you can probably dig up clay somewhere in the garden. Mix the clay with the water to make a slurry. Put this mixture on your feet and hold for a few hours without moving your legs. After that period, the clay will harden and you will get boots on your feet. Wash your boots with warm water. Repeat the procedure with the boots about 5 times until the cramps, pain and fatigue in the legs stop.

  1. Clay contains a special set of microelements that contribute to strengthening blood vessels and improving skin tone. The result is better blood microcirculation. After using the clay cramps, swelling of the legs, pain and a feeling of heaviness in the legs-stop. These applications with clay should be repeated 2-3 times a week until the condition improves. Stir the clay in warm water. Spread the porridge mixture in a layer of at least half a centimeter on the legs along the entire length. Then wrap your foot with gauze or a cotton cloth and hold for half an hour. After that, wash your feet with colder water and smear the skin with cream. Clay can be bought in pharmacies, herbal pharmacies and herbal products stores.
  2. Sleeping in socks also helps better blood circulation and eliminate fatigue. To sleep in socks, use clean socks made of natural materials (wool) and without rubber that tightens the legs. Do not use socks that you wore during the day. Socks help us warm up in bed faster. When the legs are warm, the blood vessels expand faster, blood flow increases and the heat spreads rapidly throughout the body. The brain relaxes and the body is ready to sleep. Women who are in menopause are even recommended to sleep with socks. Thanks to that, the body temperature equalizes and remains stable during the night. This helps prevent so-called hot flashes.

2 comments

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s