Many viruses, bacteria, fungi that enter the human body can also attack the eyes and thus cause some eye infections. Eye infection can occur in one or both the eyes and in people of all ages. The most common symptoms of eye infection are redness, pain, itching, swollen eyelids, tear and sometimes even reduced vision.
Conjunctivitis is the most common type of eye infection that occurs in many people. The top 5 herbal remedies for eye infection are as follows:
Herbal Remedies For Eye Infection
Aloe Vera And Turmeric
Take aloe vera juice (½ teaspoon) in a cup of water (cooled and boiled) and then use it as an eye wash. You can also soak cotton balls in the cup and then apply it on your eyes as a compress. Turmeric- Take some turmeric powder (2 teaspoon) in 1 cup of boiled water. Use it as a hot compress by applying it to your eyes using cotton balls or as an eye drop.
Different oils are used to make hot compress. Lavender and chamomile are used mostly. Take a warm cotton cloth and put few drops of these oils on it and then place it on your eyes. Let it be like that for 5-10 minutes. Do this for at least 3 times every day. This hot compress will help to get rid of any itching effect associated with the eye infection and also the infections.
Calendula And Coriander
Take some calendula flower petals and boil 2 teaspoon in 1 cup of water. Allow the mixture to cool and then use it as eyewash. You can also use it as a hot compress by using cotton balls and applying it your eyes warm. Coriander- Take some coriander (dried freshly) and boil them well in water.Use a strainer to strain the liquid and then allow it to cool. Use this mixture to wash your eyes or you can also use it as a compress by applying it to your eyes with some cotton balls. This will help you to get rid of burning and also the pain and swelling.
Chamomile Tea And guava leaves
Add some plain and cold water to a basin or sink. Then add some chamomile leaves to it. Then dip your face in the basin for 5-10 seconds, move your face out of water completely and after sometime again repeat the procedure.You should do it 3-4 times every day. You can also apply the tea bags (usually moist) to your eyes for at least 5 minutes. Guava leaves – Boil some guava leaves, strain the liquid and apply the warm leaves as a hot compress.
Take fennel seeds, boil them and allow the water to cool. Strain it and use the water to wash your eye. You can also use it as a compress by applying it to your eyes with some cotton balls. You should use it 2 times every day. This will help to get rid of pain and redness of the eye.Getting rid of foot fungus is not that difficult and by following the above 5 herbal remedies you can easily get good results within a very short time.