The eyes are one of the most vulnerable parts of the body. Signs of aging, tiredness, all make their presence felt clearly in the eye area. In this article you will learn natural methods that care for them!
Celery (Apium Graveolens):
Celery juice is used in some eye diseases either by drops applied on the eyelids, eyelid or by dabbing.
Blue-eggplant (Centaurea Cyanus):
For tired eyes, dark circles and wrinkled eyelids you can apply compresses or poultices of daily infusion of cornflowers plant (1 flowers tablespoon at 2 cups of water), this has soothing and toning properties.
Linden (Tilia Tomentosa: white-lime, red-lime, platyphyllas):
Has calming action, decongestant, is used in the form of decoction (10g in a glass of water) can be used in compresses to the eyelids, which are maintained for 15 min, also fir irritated eyelids and dark circles.
Rose (Rosa Centifolia):
Disinfectant, decongestant. Used in eye irritation, injection 5%, in the form of compresses and eye washes.
Chamomile (Matricaria Chamomilla):
For the irritated eyes and inflamed eyelids are recommended pads of chamomile infusion.
Used as an infusion 5% slip for tired eyes.
Potato (Solanum Tuberosum):
This can combat eyelid edema and local applications with potato paste can be made.
Rosmarin (Rosmarinum Officinalis):
Rosemary leaves macerated in rose water is used against inflammation of the eyelids.