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LEGS 11
ELEVEN NATUROPATHIC TIPS TO KEEP YOUR
LEGS IN TIP-TOP SHAPE THIS SUMMER!
Tired legs from working on your feet all day? Or perhaps too many squats in the gym? Avoid cramps and fatigue by taking Balance Mineral Drink as an afternoon pick me up or as a post-workout mineral hit on leg day.
Perhaps you have
the opposite problem, sitting all day
at work! Set a timer on your phone
to
get up and move for a couple of
minutes every hour: walk, dance,
shake, squat, whatever feels good and
gets the blood moving! If you’re back
in the office, get your colleagues
on board too so you
don’t feel too silly!
Dry skin
brushing
is an amazing way
to keep your lymphatic system
healthy, while also getting rid of
any dead skin cells that might be
contributing to dry skin on your legs.
Use long upward strokes towards
your heart with a dry skin
brush each morning before
your shower!
If your skin is
dry and your legs are
cramping often, especially in the
heat, it might be a sign that you are
dehydrated. Aim for 2 litres of water a
day and get some extra water
in if you’re exercising a lot or
if the weather is hot.
Varicose veins?
You could try Venaforce Horse
Chestnut tablets
, made from
Aesculus hippocastanum, the
majestic horse chestnut tree.
These traditional herbal tablets
relieve symptoms associated with
chronic venous insufficiency and
varicose veins, such as tired,
heavy legs, pain,
cramps and swelling.
Restless legs
syndrome?
Many people know
about using
magnesium for
restless legs and cramping, but my
herb of choice for restless legs is
the calming and antispasmodic
herb,
Valerian. Staying hydrated
helps too.
In 2018 a scientific
review in the International
Journal of Molecular Sciences
showed that a bioflavonoid called
rutin helps to significantly
reduce
leg swelling, relieve leg pain
, and
reduce leg cramps, heaviness and
itching. Rutin is found in foods like
apples, buckwheat, figs and olives,
and also in herbs like
Passiflora, Elderflower
and Ginkgo.
Skin on your legs
feeling a bit dry after a long
winter covered up?
Comfrey Cream is a soothing and
nourishing cream you can use
as a leg moisturiser to help
your skin feel supple and
smooth again in time
for summer!
1.
2.
4.
5.
7.
9.
3.

Venaforce® Horse Chestnut GR* tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of symptoms associated with chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins, such
as tired heavy legs, pain, cramps and swelling, exclusively based on long-standing use as a traditional remedy. Always read the leaflet. * gastro-resistant

10.
Aching legs during
pregnancy?
Try smoothing some
soothing
Venagel on your legs, or
even better, ask someone
to stroke it onto your legs for you.
You deserve it, mama!
Cold hands and feet?
This is a clever indication from your body
that your circulatory system might
need some support. Poor circulation
can lead to a host of problems for
your legs, including cramps, pain,
dry skin and varicose veins. Gingko
biloba is a herb that helps to improve
blood flow around the body. Cayenne
pepper, rosemary and garlic are good
herbs & spices to add to your
diet as well to improve
circulation.
8.
Not a fan of
your legs?
Try some
mirror work! International
best-selling author, publisher and
self-support trailblazer Louise Hay
recommends improving your selfappreciation
by standing in front of a
mirror daily and saying
“I love you” to yourself.
Why not try it
with your legs?
11.
Stand in front of the mirror every day and say: “Hello my beautiful legs! I love you! I really, really love you!” Even if it feels silly (especially if it feels silly) try it every day for 40 days and see how your relationship with your legs transforms! You can add in some of the suggested affirmations for the legs below, or even make up your own.

I write my affirmations on post-it notes and stick them on my bathroom mirror to remind me to do my daily mirror work.

This work has been life-changing for me. I highly recommend giving it a go!
Affirmations for loving your legs:
“My legs are strong and take me everywhere I need to go”
“My legs are the exact shape and size for my body and I love them just the way they are.”
“Life is for me! I move forward with confidence and joy, knowing that all is well in my future!”
LEGS 11
ELEVEN NATUROPATHIC TIPS TO KEEP YOUR
LEGS IN TIP-TOP SHAPE THIS SUMMER!
Tired legs from working on your feet all day? Or perhaps too many squats in the gym? Avoid cramps and fatigue by taking Balance Mineral Drink as an afternoon pick me up or as a post-workout mineral hit on leg day.
Perhaps you have
the opposite problem, sitting all day
at work! Set a timer on your phone
to
get up and move for a couple of
minutes every hour: walk, dance,
shake, squat, whatever feels good and
gets the blood moving! If you’re back
in the office, get your colleagues
on board too so you
don’t feel too silly!
1.
2.
Dry skin
brushing
is an amazing way
to keep your lymphatic system
healthy, while also getting rid of
any dead skin cells that might be
contributing to dry skin on your legs.
Use long upward strokes towards
your heart with a dry skin
brush each morning before
your shower!
Varicose veins?
You could try Venaforce Horse
Chestnut tablets
, made from
Aesculus hippocastanum, the
majestic horse chestnut tree.
These traditional herbal tablets
relieve symptoms associated with
chronic venous insufficiency and
varicose veins, such as tired,
heavy legs, pain,
cramps and swelling.
Restless legs
syndrome?
Many people know
about using
magnesium for
restless legs and cramping, but my
herb of choice for restless legs is
the calming and antispasmodic
herb,
Valerian. Staying hydrated
helps too.
Cold hands and feet?
This is a clever indication from your body
that your circulatory system might
need some support. Poor circulation
can lead to a host of problems for
your legs, including cramps, pain,
dry skin and varicose veins. Gingko
biloba is a herb that helps to improve
blood flow around the body. Cayenne
pepper, rosemary and garlic are good
herbs & spices to add to your
diet as well to improve
circulation.
Skin on your legs
feeling a bit dry after a long
winter covered up?
Comfrey Cream is a soothing and
nourishing cream you can use
as a leg moisturiser to help
your skin feel supple and
smooth again in time
for summer!
4.
7.

Venaforce® Horse Chestnut GR* tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of symptoms associated with chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins, such as tired heavy legs, pain, cramps and swelling, exclusively based on long-standing use as a traditional remedy. Always read the leaflet. * gastro-resistant

3.
If your skin is
dry and your legs are
cramping often, especially in the
heat, it might be a sign that you are
dehydrated. Aim for 2 litres of water a
day and get some extra water
in if you’re exercising a lot or
if the weather is hot.
5.
8.
In 2018 a scientific
review in the International
Journal of Molecular Sciences
showed that a bioflavonoid called
rutin helps to significantly
reduce
leg swelling, relieve leg pain
, and
reduce leg cramps, heaviness and
itching. Rutin is found in foods like
apples, buckwheat, figs and olives,
and also in herbs like
Passiflora, Elderflower
and Ginkgo.
Not a fan of
your legs?
Try some
mirror work! International
best-selling author, publisher and
self-support trailblazer Louise Hay
recommends improving your selfappreciation by standing in front of a
mirror daily and saying
“I love you” to yourself.
Why not try it
with your legs?
9.
11.
10.
Aching legs during
pregnancy?
Try smoothing some
soothing
Venagel on your legs, or
even better, ask someone
to stroke it onto your legs for you.
You deserve it, mama!
Stand in front of the mirror every day and say: “Hello my beautiful legs! I love you! I really, really love you!” Even if it feels silly (especially if it feels silly) try it every day for 40 days and see how your relationship with your legs transforms! You can add in some of the suggested affirmations for the legs below, or even make up your own.

I write my affirmations on post-it notes and stick them on my bathroom mirror to remind me to do my daily mirror work.

This work has been life-changing for me. I highly recommend giving it a go!
Affirmations for loving your legs:
“My legs are strong and take me everywhere I need to go”
“My legs are the exact shape and size for my body and I love them just the way they are.”
“Life is for me! I move forward with confidence and joy, knowing that all is well in my future!”
LEGS 11
ELEVEN NATUROPATHIC TIPS TO KEEP YOUR
LEGS IN TIP-TOP SHAPE THIS SUMMER!
WE ALL KNOW EXERCISE IS GOOD FOR YOU (IN MODERATION, LIKE
EVERYTHING ELSE…). WHAT HASN’T BEEN SO CLEAR UNTIL NOW IS
HOW IT MIGHT BENEFIT YOUR EYES! (RUBS EYES IN DISBELIEF.)
READ ON TO CLARIFY YOUR VISION ON THIS ONE!
Tired legs from working on your feet all day? Or perhaps too many squats in the gym? Avoid cramps and fatigue by taking Balance Mineral Drink as an afternoon pick me up or as a post-workout mineral hit on leg day.
1.
Perhaps you have
the opposite problem, sitting all day
at work! Set a timer on your phone
to
get up and move for a couple of
minutes every hour: walk, dance,
shake, squat, whatever feels good and
gets the blood moving! If you’re back
in the office, get your colleagues
on board too so you
don’t feel too silly!
2.
Skin on your legs
feeling a bit dry after a long
winter covered up?
Comfrey Cream is a soothing and
nourishing cream you can use
as a leg moisturiser to help
your skin feel supple and
smooth again in time
for summer!
3.
If your skin is
dry and your legs are
cramping often, especially in the
heat, it might be a sign that you are
dehydrated. Aim for 2 litres of water a
day and get some extra water
in if you’re exercising a lot or
if the weather is hot.
5.
Varicose veins?
You could try Venaforce Horse
Chestnut tablets
, made from
Aesculus hippocastanum, the
majestic horse chestnut tree.
These traditional herbal tablets
relieve symptoms associated with
chronic venous insufficiency and
varicose veins, such as tired,
heavy legs, pain,
cramps and swelling.
6.
Restless legs
syndrome?
Many people know
about using
magnesium for
restless legs and cramping, but my
herb of choice for restless legs is
the calming and antispasmodic
herb,
Valerian. Staying hydrated
helps too.
7.

Venaforce® Horse Chestnut GR* tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of symptoms associated with chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins, such
as tired heavy legs, pain, cramps and swelling, exclusively based on long-standing use as a traditional remedy. Always read the leaflet. * gastro-resistant

Cold hands and feet?
This is a clever indication from your body
that your circulatory system might
need some support. Poor circulation
can lead to a host of problems for
your legs, including cramps, pain,
dry skin and varicose veins. Gingko
biloba is a herb that helps to improve
blood flow around the body. Cayenne
pepper, rosemary and garlic are good
herbs & spices to add to your
diet as well to improve
circulation.
8.
In 2018 a scientific
review in the International
Journal of Molecular Sciences
showed that a bioflavonoid called
rutin helps to significantly
reduce
leg swelling, relieve leg pain
, and
reduce leg cramps, heaviness and
itching. Rutin is found in foods like
apples, buckwheat, figs and olives,
and also in herbs like
Passiflora, Elderflower
and Ginkgo.
9.
Aching legs during
pregnancy?
Try smoothing some
soothing
Venagel on your legs, or
even better, ask someone
to stroke it onto your legs for you.
You deserve it, mama!
10.
Not a fan of
your legs?
Try some
mirror work! International
best-selling author, publisher and
self-support trailblazer Louise Hay
recommends improving your selfappreciation
by standing in front of a
mirror daily and saying
“I love you” to yourself.
Why not try it
with your legs?
11.
Stand in front of the mirror every day and say: “Hello my beautiful legs! I love you! I really, really love you!” Even if it feels silly (especially if it feels silly) try it every day for 40 days and see how your relationship with your legs transforms! You can add in some of the suggested affirmations for the legs below, or even make up your own.

I write my affirmations on post-it notes and stick them on my bathroom mirror to remind me to do my daily mirror work.

This work has been life-changing for me. I highly recommend giving it a go!
Affirmations for loving your legs:
“My legs are strong and take me everywhere I need to go”
“My legs are the exact shape and size for my body and I love them just the way they are.”
“Life is for me! I move forward with confidence and joy, knowing that all is well in my future!”
LEGS 11
ELEVEN NATUROPATHIC TIPS TO KEEP YOUR LEGS IN TIP-TOP SHAPE THIS SUMMER!
Tired legs from working on your feet all day? Or perhaps too many squats in the gym? Avoid cramps and fatigue by taking Balance Mineral Drink as an afternoon pick me up or as a post-workout mineral hit on leg day.
1.
Perhaps you have
the opposite problem, sitting all day
at work! Set a timer on your phone
to
get up and move for a couple of
minutes every hour: walk, dance,
shake, squat, whatever feels good and
gets the blood moving! If you’re back
in the office, get your colleagues
on board too so you
don’t feel too silly!
2.
Skin on your legs
feeling a bit dry after a long
winter covered up?
Comfrey Cream is a soothing and
nourishing cream you can use
as a leg moisturiser to help
your skin feel supple and
smooth again in time
for summer!
3.
If your skin is
dry and your legs are
cramping often, especially in the
heat, it might be a sign that you are
dehydrated. Aim for 2 litres of water a
day and get some extra water
in if you’re exercising a lot or
if the weather is hot.
5.
Varicose veins?
You could try Venaforce Horse
Chestnut tablets
, made from
Aesculus hippocastanum, the
majestic horse chestnut tree.
These traditional herbal tablets
relieve symptoms associated with
chronic venous insufficiency and
varicose veins, such as tired,
heavy legs, pain,
cramps and swelling.
6.

Venaforce® Horse Chestnut GR* tablets A traditional herbal medicinal product used for the relief of symptoms associated with chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins, such
as tired heavy legs, pain, cramps and swelling, exclusively based on long-standing use as a traditional remedy. Always read the leaflet. * gastro-resistant

Restless legs
syndrome?
Many people know
about using
magnesium for
restless legs and cramping, but my
herb of choice for restless legs is
the calming and antispasmodic
herb,
Valerian. Staying hydrated
helps too.
7.
Cold hands and feet?
This is a clever indication from your
body that your circulatory system might
need some support. Poor circulation
can lead to a host of problems for
your legs, including cramps, pain,
dry skin and varicose veins. Gingko
biloba is a herb that helps to improve
blood flow around the body. Cayenne
pepper, rosemary and garlic are good
herbs & spices to add to your
diet as well to improve
circulation.
8.
In 2018 a scientific
review in the International
Journal of Molecular Sciences
showed that a bioflavonoid called
rutin helps to significantly
reduce
leg swelling, relieve leg pain
, and
reduce leg cramps, heaviness and
itching. Rutin is found in foods like
apples, buckwheat, figs and olives,
and also in herbs like
Passiflora, Elderflower
and Ginkgo.
9.
Aching legs during
pregnancy?
Try smoothing some
soothing
Venagel on your legs, or
even better, ask someone
to stroke it onto your legs for you.
You deserve it, mama!
10.
Not a fan of
your legs?
Try some
mirror work! International
best-selling author, publisher and
self-support trailblazer Louise Hay
recommends improving your selfappreciation
by standing in front of a
mirror daily and saying
“I love you” to yourself.
Why not try it
with your legs?
11.
Stand in front of the mirror every day and say: “Hello my beautiful legs! I love you! I really, really love you!” Even if it feels silly (especially if it feels silly) try it every day for 40 days and see how your relationship with your legs transforms! You can add in some of the suggested affirmations for the legs below, or even make up your own.

I write my affirmations on post-it notes and stick them on my bathroom mirror to remind me to do my daily mirror work.

This work has been life-changing for me. I highly recommend giving it a go!
Affirmations for loving
your legs:
“My legs are strong and take me everywhere I need to go”
“My legs are the exact shape and size for my body and I love them just the way they are.”
“Life is for me! I move forward with confidence and joy, knowing that all is well in my future!”

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