3 Juices that Promote Good Leg Circulation

According to the Spanish Institute for Phlebology, nearly 30% of the adult population today suffers from some kind of chronic venous insufficiency. This can cause the feet to feel tired, swelling in the legs, or even varicose veins – it’s a very common problem.

How can you ease this discomfort? Don’t worry. The following juices will offer you some simple relief for poor leg circulation. Up next, let’s find out what they are!

1. Pineapple, watermelon, cherry, and ginger juice

What do you need?

2 slices of pineapple

1 slice of watermelon

1 cup water

10 cherries

1 tablespoon grated, fresh ginger

How do you make it?

Believe us when we say this natural juice is as delicious as it is healthy.

It has all-natural ingredients that fight inflammation, encourage good leg circulation, and keep you hydrated.

You should also know that both cherries and ginger help reduce pain. Eating a handful of cherries per day will gradually help you eliminate that heavy feeling and cramping you’re getting in your legs. It’s amazing.

Finally, this juice is great for drinking right when you get home from work. Why? Because it’s very hydrating and can act as an energy drink to keep you going after a long day.

To prepare it, just cut up your pineapple and watermelon. Remove the pits from the cherries and add everything to your blender. Meanwhile, boil the water and let the ginger steep for a few minutes. Once it’s ready, blend all ingredients until smooth. It’s easy!

This juice is best served cold. It’ll do wonders for the circulation in your legs.

2. Natural grapefruit and blueberry juice

What do you need?

1 grapefruit

1 cup water

10 blueberries

1 tablespoon of fresh ginger

How do you make it?

Doesn’t this sound tempting? Well, it is. When made fresh, this natural juice packs loads of good vitamins and minerals to improve circulation in the legs.

Grapefruit is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, which promote good heart health. And don’t overlook the benefits of blueberries. If they’re available at your local grocery store or market, don’t hesitate to buy them, and always try to keep some on hand.

Blueberries are rich in anthocyanins and proanthocyanidins, dark pigments that help strengthen the walls of the veins. They’re amazing. And once again we’ll add a little ginger to this juice, which as you already know is great for reducing inflammation and pain.

To make this juice you’ll need a whole grapefruit. Extract the juice and then heat it along with the ginger and water to make a tea. Once it steeps, add everything to the blender along with the berries. Your juice should be homogenous and delicious. It’s also best served cold.

Try drinking this juice about half an hour before lunch. To get the best benefits for your circulation, drink it three times a week. Ready to give it a shot?

3. Carrot, pineapple, celery, and parsley juice

What do you need?

1 carrot

1 slice of pineapple

1 cup water

2 stalks of celery

A few sprigs of parsley

How do you make it?

This one is really easy. You’ll get a natural juice that’s nutritious and a powerful cleansing agent. It gives your body the basic ingredients it needs to purge unhealthy toxins, while strengthening your veins and facilitating better circulation.

Don’t forget to add the parsley in this recipe. Why not? Parsley, that natural herb that usually sits on the side of your plate is actually an important detoxifying agent. It’s also great for fighting inflammation and when taken regularly, improves circulation in the legs over time.

To make this juice, first wash all your ingredients thoroughly. Then add them to the blender, along with the cup of water.

Make sure everything is well mixed – this is especially important because of the parsley, which can have a strong flavor.

Given how much energy this juice packs, it’s a good idea to drink it with dinner. It’s delicious and we’re sure you’ll love it.

To wrap up this post, we recommend that you try two of these juices every day. They’re refreshing and very easy to make. And they can come in handy for other reasons, like when you come home tired after a long day, for example.

Try drinking one of these fresh juices and then having a relaxing shower, always ending with a splash of cold water on your legs. That will also help improve your leg circulation.