Natural Remedies for Pterygium

| Modified on Jul 17, 2022
Avoid Sugar and Salt, Take Potassium
Posted by Gerardo (Mexico) on 01/28/2022
5 out of 5 stars

My wife has pterygium in both eyes. We have tried all but just recently stopped eating all types of sugar and salt and the pterygium has lower dramatically and the swallows veins also. Also, take potassium foods that will lower salt in your body and will help reduce inflammation. This has helped lower blood sugar and arterial tension in the eyes.

best of luck


Aloe Vera
Posted by Wizi (Spain) on 09/06/2020

hello how are you? I saw this post

can you please explain how to use the aloevera to treat this? is it a special drops, or can I extract the aloe vera from a leaf and than put it in the eye, or around the eye? thanks


Aloe Vera
Posted by Wizi (Spain) on 09/06/2020

Can you please tell me how do you treat surfer eyes with the aloevera as noted? Should I extract the gel from the leaf and put in the eye or around? thanks


Aloe Vera
Posted by Margy (Sydney Australia) on 07/17/2020

how is your pterygium now, I have 2, I have been using the Apple Cider Vinegar with distilled water drops in my eyes but the actual pterygium hasn't decreased in size, but my eye does feel a whole lot better, not as red and not gritty anymore


Aloe Vera
Posted by Maria (Carol Stream) on 06/20/2018

Can you use actual Aloe Verá? If yes, how should I dilute it and with what? Thank you!


Aloe Vera
Posted by Lian (Lae, Morobe Province Png) on 04/26/2018

I have that pterygium on my left eye.. Can I use fresh aloe vera gel? Help me please


Aloe Vera
Posted by Odette (Nederland) on 03/27/2018

Did you really have such a succes with Aloe Vera Gel, incredible. You wrote you are taking ACV, can you tell me what that is?

And last but not least, did you talk to a doctor about putting Aloe Vera 'in' your eyes? It sounds to good to be true.

I am taking Dipyrademole eyedrops at the moment. It is completely safe and helps a lot for all the symptoms from Pterygium. Only the red veins are difficult, so I am going to try the Aloe vera Gel for that.

Thank you!

EC: ACV = Apple Cider Vinegar


Aloe Vera
Posted by J Boston (Matteson, Il) on 03/23/2018
5 out of 5 stars

Aloe Vera Gel For Pterygium (Hard Lumps Inside Eye):

I had pterygium in my left eye and came to earth clinic. I am currently taking ACV. I've had it for 3 months. The lump was bigger than a pin head and growing. It was hard like a callous compared to rest of eye. I put on aloe vera gel and rubbed on my eyelids an let some seep in. It stung for like 1/10 of a second, next morning it was significantly smaller. I used morning and night by second day it was completely gone. Plus my little red veins from being tired were also gone. Thanks earth clinic!

Castor Oil, Activated Charcoal
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 01/11/2016

To make charcoal eyedrops, I mix 1 teaspoon activated charcoal powder with 1 cup of water (distilled or spring preferred.) Then I strain the charcoal water through a coffee filter to get out larger particles. Smaller particles remain in the water. Put a couple of drops in the eye as needed with an eyedropper or straw.

~Mama to Many~


Castor Oil, Activated Charcoal
Posted by Mro (Maud, Ok) on 01/10/2016

Can you please tell me how to make the activated charcoal eye drops. Thankyou.