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Only Honey For Treating Eye Diseases

Because of well upgraded technology people nowadays at different age are suffering from eye issues because of radiation came from tablets, cellphones and other gadgets. This following eye issues are  cornea inflammation, conjunctivitis, cataract, itchy eyes, pink eyes, dry eyes, etc. Fortunately, honey can treat and alleviate these issues since it abounds in anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties, which are more effective than the common over-the-counter medications.

Only Honey For Treating Eye Diseases

Honey for Treating Eye Diseases

1. Corneal Inflammation
In medical terms is known as keratitis, this inflammation can be caused by various factors, including dry eyes, infection, eyelid disorders, or injury, both physical and chemical. This condition is characterized by the following symptoms: blurred vision, photophobia, tearing, red eyes, and eye pain. If not treated properly and rapidly, it can lead to serious eye damage.
The Honey Solution

Just prepare a mixture of honey (30%) with vitamin drops (70%) and apply 1-2 drops of this solution below the eyelids once a day for 10 days. Do not worry if you start to feel mild tingling because it will disappear quickly.

Note that the best type of honey for this purpose is the eucalyptus one due to the abundance of eucalyptus in essential oils with antibacterial properties.

2. Conjunctivitis
It is an inflammation of the eye conjunctiva, which is the mucous membrane that covers the front of the eye. This condition commonly results in eye redness and can be caused by infection, allergic reaction, or some physical agents such as ultraviolet or infrared light. Apart from redness, conjunctivitis symptoms include a feeling of discomfort, swollen eyelids, and watery or yellow discharge.

The Honey Solution

All you need to do in order to treat conjunctivitis is to prepare a mixture by combining 30% of honey and 70% of distilled or boiled water. Apply 3 drops of this solution in the eye, twice daily.

3. Cataract
An eye condition characterized by a progressively opaque eye lens which results in blurred vision. This condition occurs due to a protein buildup in the lens which makes them cloudy. People who are overexposed to cigarette smoke or polluted air have a higher risk of developing a cataract. The symptoms include blurred vision, changes in seeing colors, double vision, difficulties in performing tasks like sewing, reading, driving, etc.

The Honey Solution
For preparing this remedy, first, you need to boil some water and wait for it to cool off. Then, mix 1 part of honey with 3 parts of the cold water. Apply 1-2 drops of this mixture in both eyes. Repeat 3-4 times on a daily basis.