You will need
  • - hop cones;
  • - rose hips;
  • - peppermint;
  • - Siberian ginseng;
  • - birch leaves;
  • - cudweed;
  • - Cassia;
  • - mulberry;
  • - water.
To improve blood flow to the brain, prepare a herbal decoction of equal amount of Valerian root, hawthorn berries, motherwort plant, peony and evasive. Chop and mix all ingredients. 2 tablespoons prepared plant material brew 500 ml of boiling water. Capacity wrap a towel and leave to infuse for about 20-30 minutes. Ready broth filter. Throughout the day, drink all prepared remedy in 3 divided doses. It is recommended to take the decoction for 3 weeks. After that, it is advisable to take a break for a week and have to repeat the course.
Strengthens the cardiovascular system mulberry. In an enamel saucepan, boil 500 ml of boiling water 8-10 leaves of the plant. Medium heat on a low heat for 2-3 minutes and continue to infuse for 10-15 minutes. To drink cooked broth instead of tea. The course is 3-4 months. Daily prepare a fresh drink, as it quickly loses its beneficial properties.
You can use the following herbs to improve blood circulation: prickly Eleutherococcus, leaves of drooping birch, rose hips, grass, peppermint, fruit carrots, kidney tea, grass cudweed, fruits and leaves of Cassia, burdock root. All the ingredients of the vegetable harvest carefully mix equal volumes and pour a tablespoon of prepared raw materials Cup of boiling water. Heat a medium in a water bath for 15 minutes. Keep pushing means another 40-45 minutes. Taking herbal tea 1/3 Cup 2 times a day after meals.
Herbal teas for blood flow can be prepared from hop cones. It is especially useful tool for people suffering from thrombophlebitis. Tablespoon of raw pour 200 ml of boiling water and continue to heat the broth in a water bath for about quarter of an hour. The cooled medium then filter and drink in one go. To prepare the broth should be three times a day. Use this remedy about 30 minutes before eating. You can also apply on the affected areas of the legs compresses of gauze, previously soaked in the decoction of hops.