|EyeEase Herbal Formulation Information|
There is often a relationship between a patients diet, their digestive system, and diseases of the eyelid. Poor digestion and improper diet (such as fried foods and starchy carbohydrates) can often cause problems such as sties. Reduce your intake of saturated fat and avoid hydrogenated oils and fried foods to prevent problems. This herbal formula contains a rich mixture of ingredients to cleanse and detoxify the liver and other organs to support healthy digestion and healthy eyes.
The drops must be taken by mouth and not put directly into the eye.
It can however be used as a compress in the following manner:
Make 8 ounces of boiling water.
Put in 1 dropper-full of EyeEase.
Let the alcohol burn off for one minute then let the water cool down till its warm.
Proceed to dip in a washcloth and place over your closed eyes.
Burdock root (Arctium lappa) is a liver tonic and lymphatic cleanser. Herbalists have traditionally used burdock for skin conditions, such as sties, boils and carbuncles.
Forsynthia (Forsynthia suspensa) recognised in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a "cooling"herb, has been shown to inhibit viral and bacterial infections, including staphylococcus, streptococcus and salmonella.
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) is gaining popularity for its natural yet potent antibiotic and antiseptic qualities. Herbalists have prescribed it for more than 100s of years to treat inflammation of the eyes.
Echinacea (Echinacea Angustifolia) is one of the most popular immune boosters. It not only supports the bodys ability to fight its own battles by enhancing our immune response, but it also has its own antibacterial and antiseptic qualities.
Honeysuckle (Lonicerae japonicae), like forsythia, clears the "heat" of infection and inflammation and alleviates the swelling of sties. A natural antibiotic, it has been shown to inhibit viral and bacterial infections, including staphylococcus, streptococcus and almonella.
Chrysanthemum Flower (Chrysanthemum marifoli) is used in the treatment of many eye conditions for its antibiotic effect. It is useful in relieving heat in the eyes, such as in the conditions of sties and conjunctivitis.
Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) has been shown since the Middle Ages as a universal eye remedy for both internal and external inflammatory conditions.
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is a very effective herb when used externally as a compress to help with inflammatory conditions of the eye.
Red Raspberry Leaf (Rubus idaeus) is an astringent herb that helps to break up excess mucous in the eyes.
Marigold, also referred to as Calendula (Calendula officinalis), is a very effective herb in the treatment of inflammatory conditions when used externally (taken internally it aids digestion).