Bunions are often described as a bump on the side of the big toe. But a bunion is more than that. The visible bump actually reflects changes in the bony framework of the front part of the foot. It is located at the base of your big toe and is a bony bump that is usually firm and painful. Bunions can be inherited. People with flat feet or with feet shaped in a way that put a lot of pressure on the big toe joint are more likely to develop them. People who wear tight shoes or high heels are likely to develop bunions too.
Most bunions can be treated at home by wearing comfortable shoes, trying not to put pressure on your foot and applying over the counter medications for toe pain. Surgeries are also available.
As it looks so ugly and disgusting, it needs to cure for better look. There are some effective natural treatments, you can use to help ease the pain and reduce the size of bunions.
You can treat with-
Olive Oil: First warm up some olive oil and massage the bunion, toes and foot for about 15 minutes, twice a day.
Red Pepper: Cut one red pepper in half and rub the juice onto the bunion. You can add a little bit of petroleum jelly and cover the bunion with a bandage.
Castor Oil: This ingredients is effective for reducing the pain of the bunions.
Epsom Salt: Dissolve half a cup of Epsom salt into a small tub or bucket of hot water and soak your foot for 20 minutes. You have to use this method twice daily.
Ice Pack: It can reduce the pain of bunions rubbing on it.
You can also follow the instructions of the video that are mostly effective for treating it.