PS. The doctors give me “that look” when I tell them this, but it really does help! I have a juicer and make celery parsley juice. Whenever I have one of these attacks of hot fingers and toes and dilation of veins, etc. I drink 500 mL of this juice. I feel better in minutes. The juice is known to absorb excess adrenaline, excess insulin and other excess hormones. Perhaps that is what is going on. Unfortunately, it doesn’t last forever, but it gets it under control and I feel much better.
I actually videotaped myself with the symptoms-with visible bulging veins. Then I drink the juice, and the veins constrict. It’s like magic!
I hear about our veins and arteries going nuts all the time — it’s especially noticeable in the fingers/toes, but I *think* it happens to the larger, less peripheral veins/arteries in many of us, too. It’s just harder to see there. I DO wonder about a sort of peripheral neuropathy (as is seen in diabetes).
May I speak for everyone here, that no matter how seemingly disgusting celery parsley juice sounds, WE ARE DYING TO HEAR THE RECIPE and if you have a video of it changing your venous flow, I would love, love, love to see it! I know some of us use licorice root to cause vasoconstriction, but you are the first, my friend, to tell me about celery parsley juice! 😉