Blend about 5 larger laurel leaves, and pour 100 ml of 96% alcohol. The mixture should stand for a week. Then lubricate the bunions with the mixture, but previously steam your feet in warm water with a tablespoon of baking soda. After that, be sure to put on your socks and relax your feet. Bunions can be smudged with other mixtures also. Chop five tablets of aspirin and dissolve them in 10 ml of iodine. Stir until the tablets are completely dissolved in the iodine and the mixture becomes colorless. Lubricate the bunions with this mixture every night. Then be sure to keep the feet warm.
Any ordinary soap will help you with your painful bunions. Finely grate the soap and grease it on the knuckles. Massage in, then rinse and dry. Draw a grid on the skin with a cotton swab, dipped in iodine, or more precisely, horizontal and vertical lines, at a distance of about 1 cm. In this way, the iodine is best absorbed. When the iodine dries, put on your socks, and repeat the treatment for 30 days.
Dissolve a bag of gelatin in half a glass of water. Take from the mixture with a cotton cloth and put it on the knuckles as a coating. Over the cloth put a plastic bag, and then a dry cloth or towel. The coverings need to be kept overnight. Put the lining daily, as long as they do not improve. Steam your feet
It is advisable to steam the feet with bunions every day, at least for a month. There are several mixtures that can help in solving this problem. In a saucepan full of potato flakes add water and boil it for ten minutes. Allow it to cool a little, then steam the feet for about half an hour, at least 10 days. It is recommended that you steam the legs in tea sage. Cook 50 grams of sage in three liters of water for about 10 minutes, and then in the liquid hold your feet for half an hour, without first straining the liquid. The legs can be steamed in one liter of warm water in which you will add 2 tablespoons of salt and 10 drops of iodine. After each of these treatments you need to wear socks and relax your feet.