A lot of people have cold hands and cold feet. It's as if their blood doesn't get to the ends. Even the tip of their nose feels chilly. Doctor Vogel and other great naturopathicians from the German-speaking world swear by the use of exchange baths. This means that when bathing or showering, the temperature of the water alternates between hot and cold and back. This is a possibility we will come back to later.
Once there was a Peruvian colleague at my office for a consultation. She gave me a nice tip for this kind of circulatory problem. She advised her patients to take a pinch of red cayenne pepper in a little orange juice or another juice every morning. After fourteen days there would be a gradual change and a better blood circulation of the peripheral blood vessels would be noticeable. And indeed, many of my patients have applied this successfully.