Table of Contents
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
- POPULAR REMEDIES
- Acanthamoeba Keratitis
- Adult Strabismus Remedies
- Aloe Vera
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Apple Cider Vinegar Formula
- Apple Cider Vinegar, Molasses and Cayenne
- B Complex For Yellow or Red Eyes
- Baking Soda for Contact Lense Cleaning
- Black Tea Bag
- Blocked Tear Duct Remedies
- Castor Oil
- Clogged Eyelid Glands
- Coconut Oil
- Color Blindness
- Dilated Pupil, Red
- Eliminate Dairy
- Eliminate Sugar
- Eye Bath
- Eye Makeup Allergy
- Eye Pterygium
- Eyelid Cyst Remedies
- Festoon Remedies
- Flax Seed Oil
- Flax Seeds and Aloe Vera Juice
- Glycerin, ALA, Carnosine
- Grated Potato and Milk
- Green Tea
- Horner's Syndrome Remedies
- Lattice Degeneration Remedies
- Macular Edema
- Mother's Milk
- Multiple Remedies
- Oil Pulling With Coconut Oil
- Old Maid Flowers
- Parasite Cleanse
- Parinaud's Oculoglandular Syndrome
- Pigmentary Dispersion Syndrome
- Red Eye Remedies
- Remedies Needed
- Sea Salt Baths, Flax Seed Oil
- Swollen Cornea
- Swollen Eyeball Remedies
- Uvetis Remedies
- Vitreous Detachment
- Watery Eyes Remedies
- Weak Vision Remedies
[YEA] 06/30/2012: Andrea C from Cardiff, Wales: "I went to an optician 4 times as I felt as if I had broken glass in my eyes. He said there was nothing wrong. On my fith visit, he said 'oh yes, you've got blocked eye glands!! He gave me some ointment to keep my eyes lubricated, which after 1 use, I decided not to use anymore. So what I did was use a clean separate cotton wool pad on each eye, and washed them gently in warm distilled water, then used a separate clean 1 to dry eye. I did this 4 times a day. With in 3 days after weeks of hell!!, they were fine!! I now do this EVERY TIME I have any eye problems, and it ALWAYS WORKS. Hope this helps some 1 else. LOVE Andrea C xxxxxxxx"Replies
[YEA] 06/02/2013: Wayout from Mostniceenoughtown, Ca replies: "I love this idea! Distilled water in a.m. and coconut oil on eyelids and undereyes in evening is working on my dry-eye syndrome/ blocked oil glands.
I also use a bit of mid-stream fresh urine from mid-morning as an eyewash, which has improved my vision immensely.
Thanks for the distilled water suggestion, because it has "pull-power" to clear the clog! (There is always a Way-Out)."
08/29/2011: Kay from Jacksonville, Fl/usa: "I have been fighting infections in one of my eyes for a year now. Eye Doc gave me drops and ointment which I now found out (a year later) are steroids. I kept breaking blood vessels in the eye and the pressure of the eye was not normal. Went to new eye doc who said stop taking the meds, wash my eye lids with baby shampoo and water or get those Opti washes from the drug store. In 3 days what an improvement! However, our eyelids have small glands and when I use eye make up(eyeliner or mascara) my eyes would itch more. Doc said I was stopping up the glands and to be sure to wash the eyelids every day if not more. Does anyone know of eye make up which is good for not clogging up your eyelids? I have tried hypo-allergenic brands which do not work. I just purchased an herbal eye liner called Palladio from the local beauty supply store. Hope it works. Any suggestions regarding eye make up."Replies
08/30/2011: Francisca from Michelbach-le-bas, Alsace, France replies: "Hi Kay, how do you apply the eye make up? I used to apply powder charcoal on the rim of the eye and that not only looked nice but also calmed the itching in my eyes. Asian women do it to prevent eye illnesses but once I went to the eye doctor and he found out that the reason my eyes were so dry and the reason for the itching was not an allergy but clogged ducts so I stopped doing it altogether! If you only apply the make up on the outside you shouldn't have any problems with redness in the eyes, only of the skin if you are allergic to the chemicals in the make up which a lot of women seem to be, luckily I am not as I don't like to go out without make up!"
05/31/2012: Lisa from Austin, Tx: "I did three things continuously and it was resolved in 4 days. First, I drank 2 teaspoons of Apple Cider Vinegar with 1 teaspoon honey with 8 oz glass of water three times a day. I also used castor oil compress with heat on my eye three times a day. I applied castor oil onto a flat cotton pad, secured it on my eye with those press and seal wraps ( in lieu of saran wrap), and got a really hot rag and placed it on top of wrap for at least 10 minutes each time. That helped the thing come to a head. I also bought a boric acid eye wash solution at the store and cleaned my eye out four times a day. On the third day, the nasty thing in my eye discharged a bunch of yellowy white stuff while I was cooking. I continued with my regimen until it was completely healed."
12/26/2011: Estong from Imus, Cavite, Philippines: "I have read a lot of threads but I couldn't find any remedy for the ailment of ptyridium.. I wish somebody has an answer for this kind of illness.. Estong from philippines"
EC: Do you mean pterygium?
06/27/2011: Ingramzoo from Deltona, Fl: "My husband has been suffering from pterygiums in both eyes (benign wing like growths). We have been advised to have them removed since one of them is beginning to cross the pupil area. Does anyone have experience in treating these without surgery?"Replies
07/29/2011: Rebecca from Pittsburgh, Pa replies: "Just read about someone who used Castor oil to cure this without surgery. Look under Castor Oil Cures."
08/22/2011: Patti from Moorestown, Nj replies: "I had a pterygium removed and it grew right back! I have them on all four sides, they say it's genetic but no one in my family had ever heard of them. I was told that if it grew over my pupil, I wouldn't be able to see, so I had the surgery and it was awful! I have been watching it since and it grew back but not any further than it was, so I'm leaving it alone. I don't know what to do other than continual use of Refresh Tears or something like that to keep the eye moist; dry eye is part of it. My vision has changed b/c of it, but I still don't need glasses. My advice is to have your husband look into anything that could keep him from having surgery. Good luck!"
01/06/2013: John from Trang, Thailand: "Fat upper eyelid may be the result of an allergy brought on by cold east wind. I dont know. Fat lids came with runny nose & cough. The fat lids rest on my eyelashes making me feel tired, when I am not. I dont eat nonsense food. Cold symptoms have gone but fat lids remain. Any clues anyone? John."Replies
01/06/2013: Sp from Wb, New Jersey, Usa replies: "Hi John, I had fat eyelids for years. Not long after I went gluten-free one of the many wonderful side-effects I experienced was having my eyeslids lose that puffiness. They no longer rest on my eye lashes. I also lost bloating in my face and abdomen. Before I went gluten-free I was eating whole wheat and other good quality foods that had gluten. Look into hidden food allergies and food sensitivities. It might be a possibility. It might also be seasonal allergies. And for me, my seasonal allergies are not nearly as bad as they used to be now that I am gluten-free. So a hidden food allergy/sensitivity can make your reaction to other allergines (pollen, pets, mold, etc. ) worse. Also note that if you are outside during your allergy season or doing gardening or yardwork, pollen amd mold spores can cling to your hair. Be sure to have washed your hair before going to bed and change your pillow case if you didn't. Hope this helps you find the cause."
07/29/2013: Salsera185 from New York: "What is the safest remedy to get rid of an eyelid cyst? :-("
04/15/2013: Addy from Flowery Branch, Ga: "Festoons/Puffy Eyes. Does anyone have experience with these without surgery? I've had puffy eyes for a while now and this year it's become a bit more. I now have what looks like fatty pads below my puffiness and it looks horrible. I'm tired of looking so tired all the time. Using moisture makes them swell up prettybad. I have also been using witch hazel for toner a couple times per week, and really try to watch my sodium intake. What should I look at on the inside. Some sites reveal sun damage, edema and other things will induce them. Anybody's thoughts are appreciated."Replies
04/16/2013: Sp from Wb, New Jersey, Usa replies: "Hi Addy, for what it's worth, going gluten free really helped me with my puffy eyes. The top part of my eyelid was big & puffy & all the way down to my eyelashes. Now it's a much more regular size and the part of my eyelid that covers the eyeball is visible again. I was so happy to see that part of my eyelid again. I bought eye shadow again. :)"
[YEA] 11/18/2008: Patti from Muscatine, Iowa: "Dry Eye remedy
I have had dry eyes for over 25 years. I suffered with it for a long time while trying different remedies which didn't work. My opthamologist actually told me about this proven remedy. I have been taking 1000mg gelcap of flaxseed oil 2x/day for several years now and it has worked wonders for me. You have to take it for several weeks before you see results."
[YEA] 08/07/2008: Howard from Satellite Beach, Florida: "Flax Seeds and Aloe Vera Juice Cured My Eye Infection.
This remedy was given to me by the owner of a health food store who learned it from her grandmother: For any type of eye infection (mine was bloodshot and pinchy upon waking in the morning--possibly Pink Eye), she does the following:
Pull out the skin "pocket" below the eye and insert at least two flax seeds or as many as you can get in there. Then put a drop of aloe vera juice on the eye. Leave seeds in overnight or up to 24 hours, then remove them (they will be gummy after drawing the bacteria to them). If eye infection isn't cleared up, repeat for another 24 hours.
Notes: flax seeds can be purchased at a health food store and must be kept refrigerated. Aloe vera juice does not need to be refrigerated. Do not put contact lens in eye while flax seeds are there."
01/25/2014: Sozo_me_lord from Fl, Usa: "50 year old female, type 1 diabetic for 20 years. Dr. suggested possible laser for some bleeding, swelling, and hard deposits from retinopathy. Also glaucoma. I read about taking glycerin orally, carnosine eye drops, alpha lipoid acid, for some help. Any suggestions as I do not want laser treatment? Thank you"Replies
01/27/2014: Faeqa from Amman, Jordan, Jordan replies: "Hi Sozo_me_lord from Fl, Usa: Mumia mentioned in old Arabic medicine to stop retinal bleeding."
[YEA] 01/13/2007: Ann from Morristown, TN: "Grated potato patted around your eyes will reduce puffiness caused from lack of sleep or sinus cavity swelling. Also milk on a cotton ball applied to the eye will work. When the cotton ball gets warm, apply more milk. After 5-10 min. of this the puffiness is reduced."
[YEA] 01/29/2007: Thankful from Macon, GA: "I tried the green tea bag remedy and it worked great for me. I was diagnosed with graves disease and my eyes stuck out for the longest and now after 8 years of looking like a frog my eyes are finally returning to normal."Replies
06/29/2012: Peggy from Porter, Texas replies: "Hi... Could you tell me how long it took to get the puffiness to go away? recently diagnosed with Graves.. Thanks.."
[YEA] 11/05/2006: Joni from Grafton, OH: "A couple of years ago I was having a problem with styes- those annoying, painful lumps on the eyelid, on or near the lash line. My cousin told me to prepare a green tea bag, make yourself a cup of tea and while the bag is still semi-hot, squeeze out excess water (leave some), and apply to the stye for a minute or so. Be careful it's not too hot (altho I like it that way). Usually there's no sign of them the next morning. Maybe a stubborn one will take another treatment, but that's it! Kills it quickly. I don't use same bag on both eyes, in case of cross-contamination. Last night I felt a severe pain in my lower left eye, but it wasn't a sty. I took out my contacts and used a tea bag on it, and irrigated it with the tea and it began watering. Which felt greatbecause it was so dry and painful!! The pain subsided altho it still stung with whatever it was in my eye. It's fine this morning. I also cured my son's red, inflamed, crusty eyes with both green tea bags and honey a couple months ago. I made the tea, added honey to it and dipped the bags back in, didn't squeeze and used them (2 bags) on each eye. Did this about 3 times in 36 hours and they were healed."
[YEA] 04/27/2008: Mona from Norfolk, Nebraska: "I'm passing this on from someone else who told me about it a month or so ago. Honey will take the redness out of your eyes and also return the whiteness to the whites of your eyes. If you put one drop of pasturized honey ( like Sue Bee honey) in your eye right before you go to sleep, in about two weeks the redness will be gone and the whites of your eyes will be nice and white. The honey burns for a minute so get ready but this really works. It is an old Indian remedy that has been used for centuries and will work for cataracts as well."Replies
05/23/2009: Kedest from Washington, DC replies: "how often do i have to add the honey to my eye before the redness gone...thanks"