Pink Eye (Conjuntivitis) Suggestions
Suffering from pink eye?
Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis is a rather uncomfortable infection that looks pretty nasty, although it’s fairly harmless. Most of us have had it (or know someone who has) and know how uncomfortable it can be.
The disease can be caused by both a viral and bacterial infection and, while the bacterial infection can be treated with antibiotics, the viral version of the disease cannot (sadly, this is the most common type of pink eye!)
So what to do?
Do not fret: half of all cases of conjunctivitis or pink eye clear up on their own. So, while you might have to deal with this for a little over a week, there are a few herbal remedies you can get to help you feel better and make symptoms more tolerable while you wait for the infection to clear up. Here are five of my favorite herbal blends for pink eye!
A fennel bulb, in a blender along with a little water. Liquify and paste. Wash eyes with fennel juice.
Black tea – boil for 5 mins. Wash the eyes with the tea an apply the sachet over closed eyelids.
Chamomile tea. Soak two small cotton cloths with this tea and place each cloth over the closed eyelids.
Peel and grate a fresh potato. Then wrap this in a gauze and put it over your eyes.
Witch hazel. Steep herb and make tea. Soak a gauze and add this compress on affected eyes.
Have you tried any? Will you? Let me know in the comments below! Feel better.