One of the most attractive features of the human form is the eyes, may it be a man or a woman, eyes can say a million things, without you having to utter a word. When eyes become sore, they don’t talk they become painful and make you miserable. Conjunctivitis of pink eye is a common condition, and when you do experience sore eyes, instead of running to the pharmacy for some over the counter medication, try some natural relief first. There are some ways in which you can contract this condition. It could be a viral or bacterial infection; it could happen through the use of contact lenses over a long period or by parasites.
A few symptoms that you should keep an eye out to learn about the condition soon and treat it, so it does not become too painful are listed below.
– Watery and itchy eyes that are sensitive to light
– Sticky, yellow or greenish discharge in the corner of your eyes or around the eyes
– Burning in the eyes, accompanied with a runny nose and other flu-like symptoms
A few ways in which you can treat this condition naturally are listed below
Honey has been often used as a universal remedy for treating infections and wounds given its antibacterial properties. Manuka honey has fantastic healing properties. To experience relief from pink eye, mix one tablespoon of manuka honey with one tablespoon of pure and warm water and a pinch of Himalayan salt. Put this mixture into a sterilized eye dropper and apply it to the affected area twice a day.
Apple cider vinegar
Raw and unfiltered apple cider vinegar also helps to clear pink eye. Make a diluted solution with apple cider vinegar with a tablespoon of the liquid in one cup of filtered water. Use a cotton ball to closed eyes about three times a day.
Tulsi also known as holy basil is known for it anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Soak some leaves in boiled water for about 8 to 10 minutes. All of them to cool down, and then apply them to the area that is affected with the help of a cotton pad about three times a day.
Salt Water Wash
Use Himalayan salt, mix it with sterile water and use it as an eyewash about three times a day to experience relief from pink eye.
You could speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist or get in touch with a Homeopath to learn how you can use natural remedies to treat cases like this instead of opting for over the counter medication.