- It strengthens the cornea and improves vision -- it is useful to periodically wash the eyes with the tea of this plant.
- Eye infections -- fat from these grass species has strong anti-inflammatory effect, and helps in the treatment of conjunctivitis.
- Glaucoma -- regulates intraocular pressure in a short period of time and eliminates the unpleasant symptoms of glaucoma.
- Barley – A warm compress of this herb stimulates the secretion of pus and relieves inflammation of the eyelids, and it also effectively removes “barley”.
In a quarter liter of water pour a spoonful of chopped grass (Euphrasia officinalis) to boil.
Then leave it to stand, covered with a lid until it cools to 30 ° C (neither cold nor hot should be applied to eyes). Take a round glass that is half full of tea.
The head must be bent forward and the glass should completely match the ocular cavity. Now open the eye. Then raise the head and bend it down again (do not remove the glass).
This should be repeated several times up and down, so that the tea can wash the eye. Always use fresh tea for washing each eye.
1 teaspoon herbs, 2 dl water
Instructions for Preparation:
Pour hot water over the plant, cover it with a lid and leave it to stand for 2 minutes and drain.
Instructions for use:
Drink 2-3 cups of this tea to strengthen the eyes and for other diseases.
The tea for preparing coatings or for washing, is amplified with a bigger amount of the plant in 2 dl water, so 1-2 tablespoons of these herbs are used in the preparation.
This grass should not be used by people with problematic gall, acute ulcers of the stomach and duodenum, liver issues, or pregnant women throughout pregnancy and during breastfeeding.