5 tips for relieving unpleasant heel pain

This unpleasant phenomenon can sometimes be so painful that some people describe it as a sting with a sharp object in the heel. These 5 simple instructions will ease any heel pain.

  1. Fresh Nettle- During the summer months you can use fresh nettle. The leaves are collected with the tops and ground in a meat grinder (or blender). Put the resulting slurry on the sore spot. Cover with gauze or a cotton cloth and put on socks. Keep the nettle application for 24 hours. The therapy contains 14 equal procedures.
  2. Diet – alleviate the problems by practicing a diet. Include dried apricots, grapes, cabbage and zucchini daily for two months. Drink 200 ml of pumpkin juice. Make an “empty breakfast” of rice. Soak 3 tablespoons of rice overnight. In the morning, rinse the rice and bring to a boil. Pour clean water and cook without salt. Eat instead of breakfast and do not eat anything for the next 4 hours. Therapy lasts 30 days.
  3. Bath with pine and heather-spoonful of chopped shoots of pine and heather (lat. Calluna vulgaris) pour 2 liters of water. Cook until boiling. Then cook on low heat for another 10 minutes. Steam your feet in this bath for half an hour. Gradually add warm water. Therapy contains 12 procedures.
  4. Compress with black radish-Black radish helps a person get rid of inflammatory processes and pain. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Put on the sore spot. Cover with gauze and apply a bandage. Wear warm socks. Hold overnight. Therapy contains 5-7 procedures.
  5. Burdock leaves – grind fresh burdock leaves and add 3 tablespoons of castor oil. Put on the sore spot. If the pain is severe then add the contents of one pharmacy ampoule of novocaine to the mixture. Put gauze and then self-adhesive foil and put on socks. Hold the compress for 4 hours or until the pain disappears. Therapy lasts 14 days.

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