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7 Natural Remedies for Swollen Feet

by Andreea Laza

If you are looking for simple and effective natural remedies for swollen feet, continue reading this article and find out what they are. But first.

Swollen feet are most likely caused by edema, meaning that the body retains more water than it should, and this water is deposited in the feet and ankles, leading to their swelling. Hopefully, the natural remedies for swollen feet that we are about to share with you will offer you a more natural approach to treating this symptom. Let’s get straight to them.

Swollen Feet Remedies

7 Natural Remedies for Swollen Feet

1. Mistletoe & Elder Bark Tincture for Swollen Feet

Prepare a tincture by soaking 200 g of mistletoe powder, and 100 g of elder bark in one liter of 87° alcohol. Put all the ingredients into a 2 liters plastic container with a lid. Seal and keep the container in direct sunlight for the following 15 days. Shake 3-4 times a day. Strain the content and add 200 ml of boiled and chilled water and 100 g of natural honey into the obtained tincture and mix well. Pour the tincture into small amber glass bottles and keep them in the fridge. 

Have 50 ml of the tincture twice a day, 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner. In addition, drink 500 ml of birch leaves tea alongside 1 tbsp of cold-pressed olive oil. Mistletoe and birch make some of the best natural remedies for swollen feet.

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2. Juniper Remedy for Swollen Feet

One of the most powerful natural remedies for swollen feet is the juniper cure. Here is how you can make it at home.

  • Day 1 – have 4 juniper berries on an empty stomach in the morning. You can have breakfast an hour later.
  • Day 2 to 17 – have 5 juniper berries on day 2 and increase the daily dose by one berry until you have 16 berries (day 17).
  • Day 18 to 30 – have 16 juniper berries on day 18 and decrease the number of berries by one, until you get back to eating 4 berries a day (day 30)

Pause for 1 week and then resume the remedy. Concomitantly, avoid eating too much salt (especially table salt, which we do not recommend at all) and also avoid standing up very much. This cure is also beneficial in pulmonary conditions, rheumatism, gastrointestinal disorders, biliary dyskinesia, and migraines.

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3. Ivy Baths Remedy for Swollen Feet

Make a decoction by simmering 3-4 handfuls of ivy leaves and strains into 5 liters of water for 30 minutes. Pour the decoction into your bath water and bathe your feet in this decoction for 30 minutes at a 37°C temperature. This is one of the easiest to make natural remedies for swollen feet.

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4. Spiny Restharrow Root Remedy for Swollen Feet

Add 2 tsp of minced spiny restharrow root (Ononis spinosa) into a cup of cold water and leave it overnight. The next morning, slightly heat up the maceration, strain it, and split the content into two equal parts. Drink the first portion 30 minutes before breakfast and the other one 30 minutes after breakfast.

5. Walnut Leaves Treatment for Swollen Feet

Boil 450 g of walnut leaves into 3 liters for 10-15 minutes. Allow for the decoction to cool off, and pour it into your basin. Bathe your feet into the decoction while it’s still warm. Rinse with cold water. Then apply a poultice with rosemary plant boiled in white wine, as rosemary is also amazing for swollen feet and ankles, used topically.

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6. Simple Apple Cider Remedy 

Fill your bathtub with water (about 30 cm) and pour in 3-4 cups of apple cider vinegar. Get in the tub standing, and step on the water as if you were climbing stairs. Continue until you feel that your feet are now rested. Don’t wipe, but let them dry naturally. If you have severe pain after this remedy, cover your feet in vinegar-soaked cloths.

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7. Clay Remedy for Swollen Feet

Put 1 cup of medicinal clay in a basin of water, alongside 3 tbsp of sea salt and 5 drops of white fir oil into a basin. Bathe your feet in this clay water for 25-30 minutes. As simple as it sounds, this is one of the most effective natural remedies for swollen feet.

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We hope that at least one of these natural remedies for swollen feet will help you put get better. Let us know in the comment section below if one of these remedies has worked for you too. Stay healthy, naturally!

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