Bunions are salt deposits, but angina, influenza, gout, bad metabolism, rheumatic infections, poor diet and long wearing uncomfortable shoes also contribute to their formation.
If you are trying on a new pair of shoes, the last thing you want is for you bunion to get in the way of them fitting like they should. Bunions are uncomfortable and are usually more prominent in women than they are in men. They don’t discriminate against genders, though, because anyone can develop bunions
The body can react in certain ways when there is a build up of toxins in the system. If the body is too acidic, an inflammatory process can cause bunions to develop. A bunion is typically an enlargement on the inner joint of the big toe, and causes the big toe to turn outward toward the rest of the toes. Sometimes this joint can become more inflamed and turn red, and can sometimes lead to bursitis.
The good news is that there is an herbal remedy to help get rid of these unattractive additions to your feet. While bunions can be removed via surgery, going under the knife may not appeal to everyone. This natural remedy attacks the salt deposits, which are the cause of the bunions, in your body and helps normalize your feet.
You will be making a tea to help get rid of your bunions. This tea calls for 10 ounces of water and 1 tablespoon of crushed bay leaves. Boil the water in a large pot, place the bay leaves in the water, and continue boiling for five minutes. Pour this tea into a thermos and leave it overnight. Strain the tea the following morning, but don’t drink it all at once. This tea should be sipped throughout the day for an entire week.
While drinking this tea, you will notice that your urge to urinate increases. Going to the restroom more frequently is a small price to pay for getting rid of bunions. The urge to pee is good because it means the salt deposits are dissolving and leaving your body. You should see visible results within 10 days. To get rid of bunions for good, try drinking this tea every day for 2 months. Good luck!