A combination of herbs traditionally used for all eye infections. Soothes irritations. Astringent and Toning Anti-inflammatory & Anti-Fungal. For External use. A combination of herbs traditionally used for all types of eye infections. Indicated for Conjunctivitis, Blephoritis, Styes, Tired Eyes/Eye Strain, etc.
Suggested use: External Use Only. Add drops to boiled, cooled,salted water. To avoid cross contamination, using lint free pads wipe one eye and discard pad, use a new pad for other eye.
Chamomilla recutita (Chamomile, German):
Chamomile is revered for its antiinflammatory, soothing properties. Topically Chamomile has been used for all irritations from hives to burns. A traditional wound healer used for over 2000 years and mentioned in all medicinal disciplines. A medicine chest in one flower.
Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis):
The herb of choice for most eye disorders. Its actions are astringent and toning. Shown to contain at least eight iridoid glycosides, including aucubin a powerful natural anti-toxin.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis):
Calendula has been shown to exert a powerful antiinflammatory, anti-fungal, astringent and antiseptic action. One the herbalists most used remedies. Traditionally used for all inflammatory and infected conditions.
Golden Seal (Hydrastis canadensis):
Rich in the alkaloids hydrastine and berberine, both have been shown to exert potent anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Goldenseal was once, one of the main ingredients of Golden Eye Ointment.
Witch Hazel (Hamamelis virginiana):
Although widely known for its astringent and haemostatic properties, Witch Hazel is traditionally used in eye drops.