Home Remedies For Eye Infections

The eye infections can happen due to bacteria or a viral attack. The eyes may get red or even get swollen. The eyes are the most sensitive part of the body which requires most attention. Here are some of the home remedies which will help a lot in the eye infections.

Eye Infections

Natural Remedies For Eye Infections

Tea bags

Tea bags soaked in the cold or warm water is very effective for the eye infections.

You can place the soaked tea bags on your closed lids. This will provide you relax and also help in reducing the irritation.

Tea Bags

Guava Leaves

Warm the guava leaves and keep it on the damp warm cloth. This can be used as a compress which helps in reducing the swelling and redness.

Guava leaves

Acacia Leaves

Boil some of the acacia leaves in cup of water for about five minutes.

This solution can be used as a compress on the closed eye lids. This will provide relax in the pain. Repeat this procedure for about three to four times in day.

Acacia Leaves

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has great healing properties. The aloe-Vera juice can be taken on a cloth and keep it on the closed eyes. This will soothe your eyes and provides relaxation.

Aloe Vera Gel

Cucumber

Take two slices of cucumber and keep it on both of your eyes for about 15 minutes.

You will feel calm and the eyes got relaxed. It will provide you cool sensation which will help in reducing the irritation.

Cucumber

Rose water

Rose water is very effective for the eye infection. Put one drop of rose water in each of your eye three times a day. This will help in reducing the redness. You can also soak small cotton balls in rose water and keep it on your closed lids for 10 minutes twice a day.

Rose Water

Honey

Three spoons of honey in two cups of warm water is a very effective eye wash solution. You can use this solution twice in a day. This will reduce the redness and provides relief.

Honey

Hot Compress

You can make a hot compress with the chamomile, jasmine and rose oil. This will help in reducing irritation and itching.

Hot water

Cold Bread

Put the cold bread on your eyes. This will help in reducing the inflammation and itching. Be careful that the bread doesn’t get in your eyes.

White bread

Avoid Chlorinated Water

During eye infections, avoid swimming in chlorinated water. You can use the swimming goggles and after swimming rinse your eyes thoroughly with cold water.

Chlorinated Water

Polarized glasses

During the eye infections avoid wearing the lenses. Also, while going outside the house, wear well polarized sunglasses to avoid itching in eyes.

Lens

Strawberry leaves

If you wash your eyes with strawberry leaves, then it is very helpful in reducing irritation in eyes. You can also use witch hazel tea to reduce the irritation.

Strawberry Leaves

Jasmine flowers

Soak seven to eight jasmine flowers in a jar of distilled water and keep it covered overnight. Next day, use this water as the eye drops for about three times in a day. This is very effective to reduce the redness and also reduce the irritation.

Jasmin Flower